Lawmaking for Development
Explorations into the Theory and Practice of International Legislative Projects
Distributed for Leiden University Press
This volume explores how legislation and lawmaking function in developing countries; how legislation specifically contributes to this development; and how lawmaking and legislation can be improved by nations themselves or through donor-assisted projects. Lawmaking and Development combines insight from both scholars and practitioners involved in legal assistance projects in order to address topics such as legal transplantation, legislative quality, linkages between legislation and implementation, and the politics of lawmaking.