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Transnational Legal Process and State Change
Architects of the State: International Financial Institutions and the Reconstruction of States in East Asia
Halliday, Terence C.
Access to Medicines and the Transformation of the South African State: Exploring the Interactions of Legal and Policy Changes in Health, Intellectual Property, Trade, and Competition Law in the Context of South Africa's HIV/AIDS Pandemic
Similar in Their Differences: Transnational Legal Processes Addressing Money Laundering in Brazil and Argentina
Neoliberalism, Transnational Education Norms, and Education Spending in the Developing World, 1983–2004
Kim, Minzee; Boyle, Elizabeth Heger
What Does It Mean to Control Migration? Soviet Mobility Policies in Comparative Perspective
Light, Matthew A.
Empathy and Expertise: Case Workers and Immigration/Asylum Applicants in London
James, Deborah; Killick, Evan
Exception to Excess: Tactical Use of the Law by Outgroups in Bias Crime Legislation
Globalization through the Lens of Palace Wars: What Elite Lawyers' Careers Can and Cannot Tell Us about Globalization of Law
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