How does the historical origin of a developing country’s legal system whether endogenously derived or exogenously imposed affects its institutions
Topic: How does the historical origin of a developing country’s legal system whether endogenously derived or exogenously imposed affects its institutions, which in turn influences its political economic incentive and outcomes? If a developing country’s legal system rests on the confluence of informal social norms with governmental enforcement, is common or civil (statutory) law legal tradition preferable for facilitating the legal and political foundations on which prosperity rests? Content Guidelines To answer this question, you will need to understand the two distinct legal traditions followed by most states in the world. You may choose to argue only agreements between these authors or only disagreements or both. Your answer should follow a formal essay format, but your sources should be limited primarily to the assigned readings. Limited usage of outside sources is permissible — consult with your professor if you have questions about this. Format and Style Guidelines • Length: 2,000-2,500 words. • Must be written in Times New Roman 12-point font. • Must be double-spaced with a left margin and 1-inch top, bottom and right margins. • The documentation style utilized must be consistent throughout the paper. Students must choose one of the established academic styles: APA, MLA or the Chicago Style.