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2006. The Oxford Handbook of Comparative Law, Oxford University Press (2006) 1,430 p. [presentations by John S. Bell (Comparative Administrative Law), T.W. Bennett (Comparative Law and African Customary Law), Harold J. Berman (Comparative Law and Religion), John W. Cairns (Development of Comparative Law in Great Britain), David S. Clark (Development of Comparative Law in the United States), Roger Cotterrell (Comparative Law and Legal Culture), Vivian Grosswald Curran (Comparative Law and Language), Gerhard Dannemann (Comparative Law: Study of Similarities or Differences?), Charles Donahue (Comparative Law before the Code Napoléon), Markus Dirk Dubber (Comparative Criminal Law), Sjef van Erp (Comparative Property Law), E. Allan Farnsworth (Comparative Contract Law), Florian Faust (Comparative Law and Economic Analysis of Law), Bénédicte Fauvarque-Cosson (Development of Comparative Law in France), Matthew W. Finkin (Comparative Labour Law), David J. Gerber (Comparative Antitrust Law), H. Patrick Glenn (Comparative Legal Families and Comparative Legal Traditions), James Gordley (Comparative Law and Legal History), Elisabetta Grande (Development of Comparative Law in Italy), Michele Graziadei (Comparative Law as the Study of Transpants and Receptions), Klaus J. Hopt (Comparative Company Law), Peter Huber (Comparative Sales Law), Nils Jansen (Comparative Law and Comparative Knowledge), Zentaro Kitagawa (Development of Comparative Law in East Asia), Jan Kleinheisterkamp (Development of Comparative Law in Latin America), Harry D. Krause (Comparative Family Law), Zdenek Kühn (Development of Comparative Law in Central and Eastern Europe), Chibli Mallat (Comparative Law and the Islamic (Middle Eastern) Legal Culture), Ugo Mattei (Comparative Law and Critical Legal Studies), Ralf Michaels (The Functional Method of Comparative Law), Jacques du Plessis (Comparative Law and the Study of Mixed Legal Systems), Mathias Reimann (Comparative Law and Private International Law), Annelise Riles (Comparative Law and Socio-legal Studies), Jan M. Smits (Comparative Law and its Influence on National Legal Systems), Ingeborg Schwenzer (Development of Comparative Law in Germany, Switzerland and Austria), Mark Tushnet (Comparative Constitutional Law), Daniel Visser (Unjustified Enrichment in Comparative Perspective), Stefan Vogenauer (Sources of Law and Legal Method in Comparative Law), Marius J. de Waal (Comparative Succession Law), Gerhard Wagner (Comparative Tort Law), Horatia Muir Watt (Globalization and Comparative Law), Joachim Zekoll (Comparative Civil Procedure), Reinhard Zimmerman (Comparative Law and the Europeanization of Private Law)]