Law and legal institutions of Asia [electronic resource] : traditions, adaptations and innovations / edited by E. Ann Black and Gary F. Bell
- Machine generated contents note: 1.China: Legal reform in an emerging socialist market economy / Jiangyu Wang -- 2.Hong Kong: Maintaining a common law legal system in a non-Western culture / Benny Y T Tai -- 3.Taiwan: External influences mixed with traditional elements to form its unique legal system / Chang-Fa Lo -- 4.Japan: The importance and evolution of legal institutions at the turn of the century / Trevor Ryan -- 5.Korea: Bridging the gap between Korean substance and Western form / Youngjoon Kwon -- 6.Vietnam: The past 25 years, the present and the future / Dang Xuan Hop -- 7.Malaysia: The undermining of its fundamental institutions and the prospects for reform / Tsun Hang Tey -- 8.Indonesia: The challenges of legal diversity and law reform / Gary F Bell -- 9.Brunei Darussalam: Ideology and law in a Malay sultanate / E Ann Black -- 10.Singapore: A statist legal laboratory / Kevin Y L Tan -- 11.The Philippines: Native culture, transplanted institutions and women's rights / Elizabeth Aguiling-Pangalangan.
- 9780511921131 (electronic bk.), 9780521116497, 052111649X, 9781139010160 (electronic bk.), and 1139010166 (electronic bk.)
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- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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