Encyclopedia of Law and Development
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Encyclopedia of Law and Development

Edited by Koen De Feyter, Gamze E. Türkelli and Stéphanie de Moerloose

This comprehensive Encyclopedia is an indispensable resource in the area of law and development. Bringing together more than 80 entries, the Encyclopedia spans a variety of approaches, contextualised histories, recent developments and forward-looking insights into the role of law in development. It is an invaluable reference point for scholars seeking to engage with issues at the intersection of law and development from both within and outside of the legal field, as well as a thorough but succinct overview for post-graduate students.
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Chapter 47: Law, Race and Development

Foluke Adebisi

Abstract

This entry offers a critical examination of the nexus between the three which uncovers how they sometimes negatively co-constitute each other. The examination relies on a global historical analysis as well as an understanding of the different domestic contexts of this epicentre in the past and in the present. I conclude with suggestions for thinking differently about the relationship between race, law and development.

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