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  1. Comparative Labour Law

    Comparative Labour Law

    Edited by Anne Trebilcock
    This comprehensive collection offers an array of distinguished papers from within the sphere of comparative labour law, covering the subject’s most compelling and thought-provoking questions. Topics include the uses and limits of comparative labour law, the enforcement of labour rights and the methods of comparative labour law. Prefaced with an original introduction by the editor, this collection promises to be a useful research tool for scholars and practitioners, as well as a fascinating read for those interested in the field. Learn More
    2018   Hardback Price: $ 450.00   Web: $ 405.00
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  2. Comparative Contract Law

    Comparative Contract Law

    Edited by John O. Haley
    As cross-border transactions expand in our contemporary global economy, the significance of comparative contract law is evermore apparent. In addition the role of lawyers in transactional counselling as well as dispute resolution has become increasingly prominent. Appreciation of the principal similarities and differences between the two major subdivisions of Common Law – the United States and the British Commonwealth – and Civil Law – French versus German law – has thus become imperative. Together with an original introduction by the editor this compilation of classic key papers by leading scholars endeavours to facilitate such appreciation and will prove an essential reference point for students, researchers and policymakers. Learn More
    2017   Hardback Price: $ 475.00   Web: $ 427.50
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  3. Comparative Law Methodology

    Comparative Law Methodology

    Edited by Maurice Adams, Jaakko Husa, Marieke Oderkerk
    This important two-volume collection draws together the most significant and instructive articles relating to comparative law methodology and offers vast and comprehensive coverage of practices, principles, methods and sources in comparative legal research. The first volume deals with preliminary considerations such as the aims of research and the questions one should ask, as well as how to select objects for comparison and formulate a research plan. The second volume focuses on the comparative research of regulation, description, and explanation, along with discussion on functionalism, quantitative approaches, translation issues, legal transplants and global challenges. Together with an original introduction by the editors that frames the articles and helps the reader to navigate them successfully, this collection offers a balanced body of seminal research which will benefit legal scholars, students, and all who are undertaking, or seeking to evaluate, comparative legal research. Learn More
    2017   Hardback Price: $ 795.00   Web: $ 715.50
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  4. Comparative Property Law

    Comparative Property Law

    Edited by Antonio Gambaro
    This important two-volume collection provides a readily accessible selection of the most influential papers in the field of comparative property law. These articles have played an essential role in shaping property law discourse on both a national and global level. Each study carefully examines different concepts and aspects of property, including theoretical approaches and comparative perspectives, followed by a series of key constitutional questions. This structure offers the reader the opportunity to trace the evolution of comparative property law through the global legal community. Students, teachers and practitioners will find this collection a fascinating read, as well as a helpful tool in discussing and thoroughly understanding this central, yet profoundly puzzling topic. Learn More
    2017   Hardback Price: $ 695.00   Web: $ 625.50
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  5. Comparative Constitutional Law

    Comparative Constitutional Law

    Edited by Mark Tushnet
    This authoritative three-volume set provides a carefully considered selection of the most important articles to guide research into comparative constitutional law. Topics covered include historical studies of public law in different nations, theoretical accounts of rights and structures, detailed examinations of particular features common to many constitutions, and comparisons between a significant number of domestic jurisdictions. Together with an original introduction by the editor, this comprehensive and timely research collection is an essential resource for academics and practitioners alike. Learn More
    2017   Hardback Price: $ 1,250.00   Web: $ 1,125.00
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  6. Whistleblowing Law

    Whistleblowing Law

    Edited by Robert G. Vaughn
    This collection, edited by a leading authority, presents key literature published in the last 30 years discussing the topic of whistleblowing law. The papers analyze the contours of the field, including perspectives from which to examine whistleblower laws, the issues arising in the implementation of these laws and the character of global whistleblower laws. These seminal works also provide an introduction to a number of disputed issues and an examination of two areas of recent interest, including national security whistleblowers and financial incentives. Learn More
    2015   Hardback Price: $ 777.00   Web: $ 699.30
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  7. Classics in Comparative Law

    Classics in Comparative Law

    Edited by Tom Ginsburg, Pier G. Monateri, Francesco Parisi
    Comparative law is a field with a rich history, and one to which scholars from many disciplines have contributed. This four-volume set includes an original introduction by the editors, who trace the major developments in the field, covering both private and public law, as well as legal institutions and methodological debates. Encompassing more than a century of scholarship, the collection includes a number of the most enduring articles from several disciplinary perspectives and will be an essential resource for the study of comparative law. Learn More
    2014   Hardback Price: $ 1,463.00   Web: $ 1,316.70
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  8. Transnational Law of Sports

    Transnational Law of Sports

    Edited by James A.R. Nafziger
    This comprehensive collection of leading articles covers legal issues that have arisen out of international sports competition and its management. These papers trace the burgeoning field of international sports law from its origins about a half-century ago, through the course of complex challenges ranging from political boycotts of competition to doping of athletes, corruption, discrimination, players’ rights and commercial influences such as broadcast rights. Within a unique institutional framework of national, international, non-governmental and inter-governmental authority, the emerging regime of public law is of fundamental importance not only to the sports industry and bar but, quite obviously, to a global public. This authoritative collection puts particular emphasis on the central role of the Olympic Movement and affiliated sports federations, the regional mechanism of the European Union and the characteristics of the European and North American sports models. The collection, along with an original introduction, will be of interest and value to students, researchers, academics and practitioners interested in international sports law. Learn More
    2013   Hardback Price: $ 399.00   Web: $ 359.10
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  9. Economics of Comparative Law

    Economics of Comparative Law

    Edited by Gerrit De Geest
    Comparative law and economics is an interdisciplinary research field in which differences among legal systems are analyzed from an economic point of view. The papers in this path-breaking collection illustrate those differences, describe their economic effects and discover which legal rules or systems are optimal from an economic viewpoint. Learn More
    2009   Hardback Price: $ 362.00   Web: $ 325.80
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