- Law and Development
Between (re-)empowerment and (hyper-)conditionality
Ever since David Trubek and Mark Galanter’s seminal ‘Scholars in Self-Estrangement’, which Philip Dann, during the seminar that gave rise to this post, aptly termed the ‘law and development movement’s...
- Global South in Comparative Constitutional Law
Knowledge production in comparative constitutional law
The idea and the reality of the Global South represent different types of epistemological challenges to the disciplinary identity of comparative (constitutional) law. As a term, it is no more...
- Rule of Law Goes Global
Revolution or Regression?
‘Law and development’ is all over the place! Indeed, law as development has become a mantra of development discourse deeply entrechened in the programming of the multilateral financial institutions, international...