Global Justice Intrernational Law and Development

Battersby, P and Farrell, R 2017, 'Global Justice Intrernational Law and Development' in Paul Battersby and Ravi K Roy (ed.) International Development: A Global Perspective on Theory and Practice, Sage Publications Ltd, London, United Kingdom, pp. 101-118.


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Title Global Justice Intrernational Law and Development
Author(s) Battersby, P
Farrell, R
Year 2017
Title of book International Development: A Global Perspective on Theory and Practice
Publisher Sage Publications Ltd
Place of publication London, United Kingdom
Editor(s) Paul Battersby and Ravi K Roy
Start page 101
End page 118
Subjects Corporate Governance and Stakeholder Engagement
Social Theory
Human Rights Law
Summary Chapter introduces concepts of transnational space of laws and transnational legal futures and develops a model of law practice for contemporary development challenges. Conceptual work builds upon Battersby's adaptation of Luhmann's complex systems theory and systems change to conceive international law and global governance as complex adaptive and evolving systems. Drawing upon PhD research of Farrell, concepts are applied to evaluate cases of unethical clinical trials by pharmaceutical companies in developing countries.
Copyright notice Copyright © Paul Battersby and Rebekah Farrell 2017
Keyword(s) International law
complex systems
systems change
transnational legal futures
transnational space of laws
justice
humanitarian principle
ISBN 9781446266823
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