Bibliographic Entries Country/Region Key Terms

D. Tsikata. "Gender, land rights and Inheritance: Securing Women's land rights: Approaches, Prospects and Challenges." in Land in Africa. J. Quan, S. F. Tan and C. Toulmin, eds. London: International Institute for Environment and Development, 2004.

Africa colonial legacy, women's rights, land rights, property rights

D. W. Jackson, J. M. Dodson, L. Nuzzi O'Shaughnessy. "Protecting human rights: The Legitimacy of Judicial System Reforms in El Salvador." Bulletin of Latin American Research 18, no. 4 (1999): 403-421.

El Salvador, Central America, Latin America judicial reform, human rights, rule of law, liberal democracy

Damian Murphy. Making its Mark: An analysis of the Obama Administration FY2010 Budget Request for Democracy and human rights. Washington, DC: Freedom House, 2009.

rule of law, rule of law funding, human rights funding, good governance funding

Dana L. Clark. “The World Bank and human rights: The need for greater accountability.” The Harvard human rights Journal 15, (Spring) 2002: 205-226.

accountability, rule of law, displacement of the poor, sustainable development, involuntary resettlement

Dane Archer and Rosemary Gartner. "Violence and Crime in Cross-National Perspective, 1900-1974." Ann Arbor, MI: Inter-University Consortium for Political and Social Research, 1987.

crime trends, crime data, violent and nonviolent crimes, comparative data

Dani Rodrik. “Institutions for High-Quality Growth: What they are and how to acquire them.” National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper No. 7540, 2000.

market institutions, institution building, decentralized political systems, participatory political systems, democracies and growth, democracy and resiliency

Daniel D. N. Nsereko. "The Police, human rights and the Constitution: An African perspective." human rights Quarterly 15, no. 3 (1993): 465-484.

Africa human rights and civil society, rule of law, citizen security and the police/law enforcement, police power, police abuse of power

Daniel Fitzpatrick. “Beyond Dualism: Land Acquisition and Law in Indonesia.” Indonesia: Law and Society, 2d ed. Ed. Tim Lindsey. Sydney: The Federation Press (2008).

Indonesia, Southeast Asia land acquisition, property rights, formal and customary law, role of formal law in postcolonial society

Daniel Hubbard . “Locusts on the Plains.” Personal Past Meditations: A Genealogical Blog. 2009. Web. Available online at


Daniel J. Smith. “Corruption, NGOs, and Development in Nigeria.” Third World Quarterly 31, no. 2 (2010): 243-258.

Nigeria, Africa development, corruption in development, political and economic factors of corruption

Daniel Kaufmann, Aart Kraay, and Massimo Mastruzzi. "Governance Matters IV: Governance Indicators for 1996-2004." World Bank Policy Research Working Paper no. 3630, 2005.

governance, measuring governance, global trends in governance, accountability, government effectiveness, rule of law, control of corruption

Daniel Kaufmann, Aart Kraay, and Massimo Mastruzzi. “Governance Matters III: Governance Indicators for 1996-2002.” World Bank Policy Research Working Paper no. 3106, 2003.

governance, measuring governance, global trends in governance

Daniel Kaufmann, Aart Kraay, and Pablo Zoido-Lobatón. "Aggregating Governance Indicators." World Bank Policy Research Working Paper no. 2195, October 1999.

governance, good governance, governance indicators

Daniel Kaufmann, Aart Kraay, and Pablo Zoido-Lobatón. "Governance Matters." World Bank Policy Research Working Paper no. 2196, October 1999.

good governance and development, governance indicators

Daniel Kaufmann, Francesca Recanatini, and Sergiy Biletsky. "Assessing Governance: Diagnostic tools and applied methods for capacity building and action learning." World Bank Discussion Draft, June 2002. Web Access:

governance and growth, governance and development, governance and poverty alleviation, government assessment, government and corruption, collective action, capacity building

Daniel Kaufmann. "Challenges in the Next Stage of Anti-corruption." in the New Perspectives on Combating Corruption. Washington, DC: Transparency International and the World Bank, Economic Development Institute, 1998.

civil society/community participation in anti-corruption efforts, participatory process, institutional reform, corruption, anti-corruption efforts

Daniel Kaufmann. "Corruption: The facts." Foreign Policy 107, (Summer) 1997: 114-131.

corruption, history of corruption, affect of corruption on development, corruption and economic growth

Daniel Kaufmann. "Rethinking Governance: Empirical lessons challenge orthodoxy." in the Global Competitiveness Report 2002-03, World Economic Forum, March 2003.

governance, governance indicators, rule of law, accountability, transparency, corruption control, anti-corruption, legal and judicial reform

Daniel Lederman, Norman Loayza, and Ana Maria Menendez. “Violent Crimes: Does social capital matter?” Economic Development and Cultural Change 50 (2002): 509-539.

social capital, impact of trust in reducing violence, crime-reducing effect of trust, effect of income inequality on violent crime, effect of economic growth on violent crime

Daniel S. Lev. "Colonial Law and the Genesis of the Indonesian State." Indonesia 40 (1985): 57-74.

Indonesia, Southeast Asia colonial legacy, legal history, colonial state, plural law

Daniel S. Lev. "Judicial Unification in Post-Colonial Indonesia." Indonesia 16 (1973): 1-37.

Indonesia, Southeast Asia colonial legacy, Dutch legacy, Japanese legacy, unification of the judiciary, judicial system

Danilo Reyes. “Prosecution in the Philippines.” Focus: Prosecutions in Asia, special issue, Article 27 (March 2008). Web. Available online at

Philippines, Southeast Asia human rights abuses, prosecutors, need for legal reform, security force/law enforcement abuses, criminal justice system reform

Daron Acemoglu and James Robinson. Why Nations Fail, The Origins of Power, Prosperity and Poverty. New York: Random House (2012).

national development, international development, economic development

Daryl Collins, Jonathan Morduch, Stuart Rutherford, and Orlanda Ruthven. Portfolios of the Poor: How the World’s Poor Live on $2 a Day. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2009.

poverty, extreme poverty

David Arnold. "The Police and Colonial Control in South India." Social Scientist 4, No. 12 (1976): 3-16.

India, South Asia police and policing, British colonial legacy, Irish model of policing, control policing

David Batty. “More than 30 Women Raped and Beaten in DR Congo Attack.” The Guardian, January 6, 2011. Web. Available online at

Congo, Africa violence against women, gender-based violence, sexual violence

David Bayley. Changing the Guard: Developing democratic police abroad. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press, 2006.

police and policing, democratic policing, police reform

David Bayley. Democratizing the Police Abroad: What to do and how to do it. Washington, DC: US Department of Justice, 2001.

democratic policing, policing reform, law enforcement reform, police reform in peacekeeping, rule of law, human rights, transparency

David Bayley. Police for the Future. Oxford University Press: New York ( 1994); Carl B. Klockers. “The Rhetoric of Community Policing.” In J.R. Greene and S.D. Mastrofski (eds), Community Policing: Rhetoric or Reality. New York: Praeger (1988) 239-258.

police and crime reduction, police culture, crime prevention, criminal justice reform, role of the police, future policing strategies

David Bayley. “The Police and Political Development in Europe.” The Formation of National States in Western Europe. Princeton University Press. (1975). Print.

Europe police and policing, contemporary police systems, historical police systems, transformation of police systems, modern police

David Bayley. “The Police and Political Development in India.” Patterns of Policing: A Comparative International Analysis. New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press. (1985). Print.

India, South Asia cross-cultural comparison of policing, patterns of policing, law enforcement development, police systems structures, police training

David Bledsoe and Michael Brown. Land and Conflict: A Toolkit for Intervention. USAID (2005). Web. Available online at ict_Toolkit_April_2005.pdf

rights of access to land, rights of land use, land tenure security, land-holding inequities, displacement and resettlement

David Brooks. “Sam Spade at Starbucks.” The New York Times, April 12, 2012. Web. Available online at

social entrepreneurship, rule of law, dispute resolution processes

David Bruce. Democratic reform of police – any lessons for Kenya from South Africa? Johannesburg, ZA: Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation, 2003.

South Africa, Kenya, Africa Democratic reform, police reform, depoliticizing the police force

David Eltis. “The Volume and Structure of the Transatlantic Slave Trade: A Reassessment.” William and Mary Quarterly 58, no. 1 ( 2001): 17–46.

historical slave trade, kidnapping and coercion, human trafficking

David Howard, Mo Hume, and Ulrich Oslender. “Violence, Fear, and Development in Latin America: A critical overview.” Development in Practice 17, no. 6 (2007): 713-724.

Latin America, Central America violence of development, social/economic/moral impact of development, development as neo-colonial

David Killingray. "Review of ‘Black and Blue: Policing in South Africa’ by John D. Brewer and ‘Policing South Africa: The South African Police and the Transition from Apartheid’ by Gavin Cawthra." Journal of Southern African Studies 20, no. 3 (1994): 490-491.

South Africa, Africa South African police, police reform, police abuse, colonial style force policing

David Killingray. "The Maintenance of Law and Order in British Colonial Africa." African Affairs 85, no. 340 (1986): 411-437.

Africa law and order, colonial legacy, colonial Africa, customary law

David L. Finnegan. "Judicial Reform and Commercial Justice: The experience of Tanzania's Commercial Court." Background paper prepared for the 2005 World Development Report, August 12, 2004.

Tanzania, Africa judicial reform, judicial system

David Langum. Crossing Over the Line: Legislating Morality and the Mann Act. University of Chicago Press, 1994

United States, North America white slavery, forced prostitution

David M. Kennedy and Mark H. Moore. “Underwriting Risky Investment in Community Policing: What social science should be doing to evaluate community policing.” The Justice System Journal 17, no. 3 (1995): 272-289.

reform of policing, community policing, programs as of analysis, evaluation of community policing

David M. Kennedy. "Pulling Levers: Chronic offenders, high-crime settings, and a theory of prevention." Valparaiso University Law Review 31, no. 2 (1997): 449-484.

crime and crime control, crime control strategies, affecting social levers/dimensions of crime, crime deterrence

David M. Kennedy. "The Strategic Management of Police Resources." in Perspectives on Policing 14, (January) 1993.

community policing, problem-solving policing, community organization

David M. Kennedy. “Pulling Levers: Getting deterrence right.” National Institute of Justice Journal no. 236 (1998).

criminal justice, deterrence strategy, pulling levers strategy, community policing, problem-solving policing

David M. Kennedy. “Rethinking Law Enforcement Strategies to Prevent Domestic Violence.” National Center for Victims of Crime Networks 19, (Spring/Summer) 2004.

domestic violence, violence against women and children, gender-based violence, deterrence strategy, targeted intervention

David M. Trubek. “The “Rule of Law” in Development Assistance: Past, present, and future.” in The New Law and Economic Development: A Critical Appraisal, eds. David M. Trubek and Alvaro Santos. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2006: 74-94.

rule of law, law and development movement, law reform, rule of law definitions

David Pivar. Purity Crusade: Sexual Morality and Social Control, 1868-1900. Wesport, CT: Greenwood Publishing Group: 1973.

United States, North America commercial sex trade, attitudes toward women, attitudes towards female sexuality

David R. Williams. Mayor Gerry: The Remarkable Gerald Grattan McGeer. Vancouver, British Columbia: Douglas and McIntyre Ltd, 1986.

Vancouver, Canada, North America historical legal systems, police reform, white slavery and prostitution

David Rohde. "Afghan Police Suffer Setbacks as Taliban Adapt." The New York Times. September 2, 2007.

Afghanistan, Middle East police, police corruption

David Rohde. "Overhaul of Afghan Police is New Priority." The New York Times. October 18, 2007.

police, police training, law enforcement training, police reform