Beyond common knowledge is a call to arms to save judicial reform programming from a passionate commitment to its goals that has blinded too many of its practitioners to lessons drawn from recent experience and scholarship about the complex dynamics of institutional reform. Beyond common knowledge empirical approaches to the rule of law review roderick a macdonald canadian journal of law and society volume 20 number 1 2005 pp 211 213. Erik g jensen and thomas c heller eds beyond common knowledge empirical approaches to the rule of law stanford stanford university press 2003 related organizations rule of law program. Beyond common knowledge is a collection of essays and case studies analyzing rule of law reform and the role of judicial systems and their alternatives across the world these studies seek to test widespread doctrinal hypotheses about the role of legal and judicial systems in economic growth and democratic politics and assess the current . Beyond common knowledge empirical approaches to the rule of law edited by erik g jensen and thomas c heller k 3171 b49 2003 the rule of law tom bingham
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