Global law: contemporary challenges, future perspectives
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This book offers a synthesis of the main debates which have taken place within the pioneer Global Law Program at FGV Law School in São Paulo, Brazil. It presents a selection of papers discussing, from the Brazilian perspective, some of the most challenging contemporary problems of globalization. With emphasis on the interconnectedness of these problems, the chapters discuss a set of complex issues such as tax policies harmonization, environmental protection, the restructuring of state machinery and its changing nature, the problem of immigration, and the novel conceptual framework for discussing law and development.
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