Bibliographic Entries Country/Region Key Terms

Deborah M. Bies. “Freedom of the Press Undermined by Indirect Censorship in Indonesia: The impact of criminal sanctions and safety concerns on journalists' ability to freely and accurately report current events." Suffolk Transnational Law Review 24, no. 2 (2000-2001): 279-316.

Indonesia, Southeast Asia Dutch colonial legacy, colonial legacy, press law, indirect censorship, attacks on the press

Deepa Narayan and Patti Petesch, eds. From many lands: Voices of the Poor. Washington, DC: Oxford University Press and the Word Bank, 2002.

Ghana, Malawi, Nigeria, Africa, Bangladesh, India, South Asia, Indonesia, Southeast Asia, Bosnia and Herzegovina women and poverty, youth and poverty, governance

Deepa Narayan, Raj Patel, Kai Schafft, Anne Rademacher, and Sarah Koch-Schulte. Can Anyone Hear Us?: Voices of the Poor. New York: Oxford University Press, 2000. Web. Available online at

multi-dimensional poverty, poverty, physical/human/social capital, security, wellbeing, state institutions, corruption, gender relations, social cohesion

Deepa Narayan, Robert Chambers, Meera K. Shah, and Patti Petesch. Crying out for change: Voices of the Poor. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2000.

wellbeing and illbeing, livelihoods, access to land, gender relations, domestic abuse and violence, human security, crime and violence, governance

Deepa Narayan, Robert Chambers, Meera Shah, and Petesch. Global Synthesis: Consultations with the poor. Washington, DC: World Bank, Poverty Group, 1999.

wellbeing, wealth and wellbeing, corruption and justice, violence and peace, grassroots democracy, security and safety

Department for International Development. Eliminating World Poverty, 2006. London: DFID (2006).

United Kingdom, Europe reducing poverty, international development, foreign assistance, good governance, human security, corruption and anti-corruption

Department for International Development. Safety, Security, and Accessible Justice: Putting Policy into Practice. Department for International Development (July 2002). Web. Available online at

human security, access to justice, penal reform, criminal justice reform, pretrial detention

Department of Justice. "State and Local Government Expenditures Per Capita by Criminal Justice Function and State: 2007, Table 345." U.S. Department of Justice, September 2010. Web. Available online at

United States, North America criminal justice expenditures, cost of criminal justice system

Derek Cornish and Ronald V. Clarke eds. The Reasoning Criminal: Rational Choice Perspectives on Offending. New York: Springer-Verlag (1986).

crime prevention, crime control, crime theory

Derek P. Jinks. "The Anatomy of an Institutionalized Emergency: Preventative detention and personal liberty in India." Michigan Journal of International Law 22, (Winter) 2001: 311-370.

India, South Asia human rights law, pretrial detention, preventative detention, human rights, international human rights, human rights norms

Derek P. Jinks. “The Legalization of World Politics and the Future of US human rights Policy.” Saint Louis University Law Journal 46, 2002: 357-376.

United States, North America global governance, regulatory authority, human rights policy, international human rights, globalization of freedom/terror

Dianne Post. “Women’s Rights in Russia: Training non-lawyers to represent victims of domestic violence.” Yale human rights and Development Law Journal 4, 2001: 135-147.

Russia, Europe human rights, women's rights, violence against women, domestic violence, legal reform

Dilip K. Das and Arvind Verma. "Armed Police in the British Colonial Tradition - The Indian Perspective." Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies and Management 21, no. 2 (1998): 353-367.

India, South Asia colonial legacy, British colonial legacy, colonial model of policing, order/armed policing and law policing

Donald C. Clarke. "Economic Development and the Rights Hypothesis: The China Problem." The American Journal of Comparative Law 51, no. 1 2003: 89-111.

China, Asia, East Asia law and development movement, economic growth and legal order/institutions, property rights, Rights Hypothesis

Donald E. Brown. Human Universals. New York: McGraw-Hill (1991).

universal human characteristics, inheritance rules, property rights, government, community organization, penal sanctions

Donald G. McNeil Jr. “Height: Very Poor Women Are Shrinking, As Are Their Chances at a Better Life.” The New York Times, April 25, 2011.

Africa, South America women and poverty, poor women and health

Donna Guest. An open letter to Deputy Prime Ministers Sar Kheng and Sok An of Cambodia. Amnesty International, 2011.

Cambodia, Southeast Asia arbitrary detention, pretrial detention, illegal detention

Dorothy Kweyu. “P3 Forms in the Spotlight as Women Are Denied Justice.” The Nation. April 30, 2010. Web. Available online at

Kenya, Africa violence against women, gender-based violence, sexual violence, access to justice, medical care for women, post-rape medical care for women, court delays

Dory Reiling, Linn Hammergren, and Adrian Di Giovanni. Justice Sector Assessments: A handbook. Washington, DC: World Bank, 2007.

justice sector, justice reform, access to justice, corruption, judicial efficiency, judicial sector assessment

Douglas Hay. “Crime and Justice in Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-Century England.” Crime and Justice: A review of research 2 (1980): 45-84.

London, United Kingdom, Europe crime and criminal law, social and economic change, modern system of criminal law, modern system of law enforcement, modern criminal

Dr. Romulo A. Virola. “2009 Official Poverty Statistics.” NSCB Operations Room, Makati City. National Statistical Coordination Board (February 8, 2011). Presentation. Web. Available online at

Philippines, Southeast Asia poverty statistics

DWCD 1998. Department of Women and Child Development, Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India, Report on the committee on prostitution, child prostitutes and children of prostitutes and Plan of Action to combat traffickers and commercial sexual exploitation of women, New Delhi, India, 1998.

India, South Asia sexual exploitation, sex trafficking, child abuse, child sexual abuse

E. Henrysson and S. F. Joireman. "On the Edge of the Law: Women's property rights and Dispute Resolution in Kisii, Kenya." Law and Society Review 43, no. 1 (2009): 39-60.

Kenya, Africa colonial legacy, property rights,

Edgardo Buscaglia and William Ratliff. Law and Economics in Developing Countries. Stanford, CA: Hoover Institution Press Publication, 2000.

economic impact of legal norms, legal norms, governance, economic development, the judiciary an economic development, alternative dispute resolution (mechanisms), corruption

Edna E. A. Co et al. Philippine Democracy Assessment: Rule of Law and Access to Justice. Stockholm: International Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance (2010). Web. Available online at

Philippines, Southeast Asia access to justice, Democratic reform, policy reform, rule of law

Edward Crapsey. The Nether Side of New York. New York: Sheldon and Company, 1872.

New York, United States, North America historic legal systems, suburban flight, urban crime, political/police corruption, diversity and crime, poverty and crime

Edward L. Glaeser and Andrei Shleifer. "Legal Origins." The Quarterly Journal of Economics 117, no. 4 (2002): 1193-2002.

Europe, England, France independent judiciary, English common law, French civil law, historical evolution of legal systems, colonial legal legacy

Elaine Pearson, Phil Robertson, and Sara Colm. Off the Streets: Arbitrary detention and other abuses against sex workers in Cambodia. New York: human rights Watch, 2010.

Cambodia, Southeast Asia sex workers, abuse of sex workers, police abuse/brutality, forced labor, illegal arrest and detention

Elaine Tipton. The Japanese Police State: The Tokk_ In Interwar Japan. London: Athlone Press (1990). Print.

Japan, East Asia, Asia police and corruption, police force, abuses of power, abuse of authority, historical police systems

Elise Huillery. "Colonization, institutions and development in the former French West Africa." Phd diss., DIAL-IRD and Paris Jourdan Sciences Economiques (PSE), Paris, February 2006.

West Africa, Africa colonial legacy, modern development, French colonial legacy and development, customary law

Elise Huillery. "History matters- the long-term impact of colonial public investments in French West Africa." American Economic Journal: Applied Economics 1, no. 2 (2009): 176-215.

Africa, West Africa colonial legacy, French colonial legacy, colonial policy, Francophone Africa

Elizabeth Asiedu and James Freeman. “The Effect of Corruption on Investment Growth: Evidence from firms in Latin America, Sub-Saharan Africa, and Transition countries.” Review of Developmental Economics 13, no. 2 (2009): 200-214.

Latin America, Sub-Saharan Africa, Africa corruption, corruption effect on investment

Elizabeth Hume and Michael Miklaucic. “Exorcising Demons of the Past: Seizing New Opportunities to Promote Democratic Policing.” US Agency for International Development Summer Seminar Series, July 7, 2005.

security and development, security sector reform, police reform, police assistance

Elizabeth Shrader. “Economic Development and Gender-Based Violence.” Washington, DC: World Bank, 2000. Web Access:

violence against women, gender-based violence, violence and economic development

Elliot M. Burg. “Law and Development: A review of the literature and a critique of ‘Scholars in Self-Estrangement.’” The American Journal of Comparative Law 25, no. 3 (1977): 492-530.

theory of law and development, law and development, literature review

El_bieta M. Go_dziak and Micah N. Bump. Data and research on human trafficking: bibliography of research-based literature, final report, September 2008. Washington, DC: Georgetown University, Walsh School of Foreign Service, Institute for the Study of International Migration, 2008.

research-based literature on human trafficking

Emilia J. Powell and Jeffrey K. Staton. "Domestic Judicial Institutions and human rights Treaty Violation." International Studies Quarterly 53, no.1 (2009): 149-174.

international legal compliance, international law, international human rights norms, national/domestic authority

Emilie M. Hafner-Burton and James Ron. “Seeing Double: human rights impact through qualitative and quantitative eyes.” World Politics 61, no. 2 (2009): 360-401.

human rights, human rights and development, human rights and social change, human rights discourse, efficacy of human rights movement

Emma Phillips and Jennifer Trone. Building Public Confidence in Police Through Civilian Oversight. New York: Vera Institute of Justice, 2002.

civilian oversight, civilians oversight of police, democratic policing, police/law enforcement reform, democratic governance, social/public trust in the police

Emmanuel C. Onyeozili. "Obstacles to Effective Policing in Nigeria." African Journal of Criminology and Justice Studies 1, no. 1 (2005): 32-54.

Nigeria, Africa colonial social control, colonial legacy, police and policing, order/armed policing, corruption

Eric Anderson. “Prostitution and Social Justice: Chicago, 1910-15.” Social Service Review 48, no. 2 (1974): 203-228.

Chicago, United States, North America historical legal systems, social justice, prostitution, Progressivism

Eric G. Lambert, Shanhe Jiang, Mahfuzul I. Khondaker, O. Oko Elechi, David N. Baker and Kasey A. Tucker. "Policing Views From Around the Globe: An exploratory study of the views of college students from Bangladesh, Canada, Nigeria, and the United States." International Criminal Justice Review 20, no. 3 (2010): 229-247.

public opinion of police, trust in police, police trust, police civility, students and police

Eric Pelser and Antoinette Louw. "Lessons from Practice." in Crime Prevention Partnerships, Eric Pelser, ed. Pretoria, ZA: Institute for Security Studies, 2002: 137-145.

crime prevention policy, research and evaluation of crime prevention strategies

Eric Pelser and Antoinette. "Evaluating Community Safety Forums." in Crime Prevention Partnerships, Eric Pelser, ed. Pretoria, ZA: Institute for Security Studies, 2002: 103-112.

Western Cape, Africa, South Africa crime prevention, safety and security, Community Safety Forum project

Eric Pelser and Sibusiso Masuku. "Evaluating the Partners in Policing Programme in the Eastern Cape." in Crime Prevention Partnerships, Eric Pelser, ed. Pretoria: ISS, 2002: 113-136.

Eastern Cape, South Africa, Africa Partners in Policing: Crime Reduction Program, crime prevention/reduction (program) evaluation

Erik Bähre. “Beyond Legibility: Violence, Conflict and Development in a South African Township.” African Studies 66, no. 1 (2007): 79-102.

South Africa, Africa Reconstruction and Development Programme, state-driven development, development policy increases state authority, privatization of development, development as an arena of violence, development as an attempt to exert control

Erik G. Jensen and Thomas C. Heller, eds. Beyond Common Knowledge: Empirical Approaches to the Rule of Law. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, 2003: 1-219, 290-418.

comparative judiciaries, comparative justice systems, rule of law, judicial reform, international aid for judicial reform

Erika George. “Instructions in Inequality: Development, human rights, capabilities, and gender violence in schools.” Michigan Journal of International Law 26 (2005): 1139-1201.

South Africa, Africa gender-based violence, education as a human rights, girls' education, gender equality, sexual violence, human rights and development

Etannibi Alemika and Innocent Chukwuma, “Analysis of Police and Policing in Nigeria: A desk study on the role of policing as a barrier to change or driver of change in Nigeria.” Prepared for the U.K. Department For International Development, 2004.

Nigeria, Africa police and society, police and order, modern police and law enforcement, police and policing

Ethan Avram Nadelmann. Cops Across Borders: The Internationalization of U.S. Criminal Law Enforcement. University Park: Penn State Press, 1993.

law enforcement, police and policing, historical police systems, slave trade, corruption