The massive and complex process of change in East Asia over recent
decades has brought about a transformation in the nature of law and
legal institutions in the region. Whilst the process of change has
to some degree mimicked western models of law and legal change,
there have been significant differences in approach due to the
different social foundations of East Asian societies. The more
obvious of these has been the variety of ways in which rule of law
ideas have been adopted in many East Asian countries where the role
of the state is more dominant when compared with Western models.
This volume brings together a selection of the most important
writings on East Asia of researchers in recent years, and shows the
broad range of questions which researchers have been addressing
about the effect of law reform and legal change in societies
dominated by traditional values and political forces, and at a time
of massive economic change.
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