Law and Society in Vietnam: The Transition from Socialism in Comparative Perspectiveby Mark Sidel
Pub. Date: 04/27/1990
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Sidel examines the struggle to build a rule of law in Vietnam. See more details below
Sidel examines the struggle to build a rule of law in Vietnam.
Table of Contents
List of tables; Acknowledgements; 1. Constitutionalism and the emergence of constitutional dialogue in Vietnam; 2. The emerging debate over constitutional review and enforcement in Vietnam; 3. Motorbike constitutionalism: the emergence of constitutional claims in Vietnam; 4. Economic law in the service of globalization: labor law and labor export from Vietnam; 5. Law, the press, and police murder: the trial of Lt. Nguyen Tung Duong; 6. Law and the regulation of civil society: nonprofit organizations, philanthropy, grassroots organizations, and the state; 7. Testing the limits of advocacy: the emergence of public interest law in Vietnam; 8. Donors, law and social justice in Vietnam: the uncertain promise; Bibliography; Index.
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