REACTIONS TO MARIANA VALVERDE

Mariana Mota Prado, Michael J. Trebilcock

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We are grateful to Valverde for agreeing to read and comment on our book, despite it not being squarely within her area of research and interests. Her comments bring another perspective on institutions, and her piece exposes the readers to a type of analysis with different methodological assumptions from the ones we adopt in our book. Despite these differences, there are some issues raised by Valverde that resonate with pressing concerns in the field of law and development. Our reaction will revolve around these shared concerns.


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Davis, Kevin E., and Mariana Prado. 2014. “Law, Regulation and Development.” In International Development: Ideas, Experience, and Prospects, edited by Bruce Currie-Alder, S. M. Ravi Kanbur, David Malone, and Rohinton Medhora, 477–86. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Trebilcock, Michael. 2016. “Between Universalism and Relativism: Reflections on the Evolution of Law and Development Studies.” University of Toronto Law Journal 66 (3): 330–52. https://doi.org/10.3138/UTLJ.3622.

Trubek, David M. 2016. “Law and Development: Forty Years after ‘Scholars in Self-Estrangement.’” University of Toronto Law Journal 66 (3): 301–29.

Trubek, David M., and Marc Galanter. 1974. “Scholars in Self-Estrangement: Some Reflections on the Crisis in Law and Development Studies in the United States.” Wisconsin Law Review 1974 (4): 1062–1103.


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