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David K. Linnan

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Books

Legitimacy, Legal Development & Change: Law & Modernization Reconsidered (David Linnan ed., Farnham, Surrey and Burlington, VT: Ashgate, 2012) (sole editor, including own "Introduction to Legal Development and Change" and chapter "The New, New Legal Development Model"; total book 474 pages, hard cover)

Muslim and Christian Understanding: Theory and Application of a Common Word (David Linnan & Waleed El Ansary eds., New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2010) (including own chapter "A Common View of Development: Richer Versus Better, and Who Decides?," id. at 235 and jointly authored "Narrative Introduction," id. at 1; total book 297 pages, hard and soft cover)

Enemy Combatants, Terrorism and Armed Conflict Law: A Guide to the Issues (David Linnan ed., Westport: Praeger Security, 2008) (sole editor, including own "Introduction: Legitimacy, Religion, Ethics and Armed Conflict Law in Context," id. at 1, "Redefining Legitimacy: Legal Issues," id. at 223, and "Individual Responsibility, Tribunals and Truth and Responsibility Commissions: Are We Asking the Right Questions," id. at 327; total book 406 pages, hard cover)

Articles & Book Chapters

Catatan terhadap Rekrutmen Hakim di Indonesia Periode 2002 - 2009, in Mimbar Hukum (October 2011) (empirical investigation of where Indonesian judicial recruits come from, originally presented at the Sarasehan "Cita Negara Hukum" at Dies Natalis Universitas Gadjah Mada Faculty of Law 2011)

Reading the Tea Leaves in the Indonesian Commercial Court: A cautionary tale, but for whom?, in New Courts In Asia (Andrew Harding & Pip Nicholson eds., London: Routledge, 2009), pp. 56-79

Indonesian Law Reform, or Once More Into the Breach: A Brief Institutional History, in Indonesia: Law & Society (Timothy Lindsey ed., 2d ed., Singapore & Sydney: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies (INSEAS) and Federation Press, 2008), pp. 68-91

Commercial Law Enforcement in Indonesia: The Manulife Case, in Indonesia: Law & Society (Timothy Lindsey ed., 2d ed., Singapore & Sydney: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies (INSEAS) and Federation Press, 2008), pp. 596-619

Like a Fish Needs a Bicycle: Public Law Theory, Civil Society and Governance Reform in Indonesia, in Law Reform in Developing and Transitional States (Timothy Lindsey ed., London: Routledge, 2007), pp. 268-90

Insolvency Law and Institutions in Indonesia, in Insolvency Law in East Asia (Roman Tomasic ed., Aldershot: Ashgate, 2006), pp. 355-73

Manulife Indonesia: A Meditation on Three Mythologies, in Communities In Southeast Asia: Challenges And Responses (Helen Lansdowne, Philip Dearden & Williamj Neilson eds., Victoria: University of Victoria, BC Centre for Asia-Pacific Initiatives, 2002), pp. 530-42

Herding, Feedback Trading and Foreign Investors (Indiana University Kelley Business School finance working paper, June 2002, co-authored with Catherine Bonser-Neal, Steven L. Jones and Robert Neal), 46 pages

Rancangan Perubahan Undang-Undang Kepailitan Dari Sudut Pandang Internasional, 17 Jurnal Hukum Bisnis 1-8 (Jakarta, Indonesia: January 2002, Sisipan Artikel Utama)

Perubahan UU Pasar Modal Ditinjau dari Sudut Pandangan Internasional, 14 Jurnal Hukum Bisnis 66-72 (Jakarta, Indonesia: July, 2001)

Indonesian Law Reform, or Once More Into the Breach: A Brief Institutional History, in Indonesia After Soeharto: Reformasi And Reaction (Drew Duncan & Timothy Lindsey eds., Victoria: University of Victoria, BC Centre for Asia-Pacific Initiatives, 1999), pp. 107-36

Bankruptcy Policy and Reform: Reconciling Efficiency and Economic Nationalism, in Law Reform And The Commercial Court In Indonesia (Timothy Lindsey ed., Sydney: Federation Press, 1999), pp. 94-112

Indonesian Bankruptcy Policy & Reform: Reconciling Efficiency and Economic Nationalism, 5 TRENDS IN SOUTHEAST ASIA (Singapore: Institute for Southeast Asian Studies, September 1999), 33 pages

Insolvency Reform and the Indonesian Financial Crisis, 35 Bulletin Of Indonesian Economic Studies 107-37 (August 1999)

Indonesian Law Reform, or Once More into the Breach: A Brief Institutional History, Australian J. Asian Law 1-37 (July 1999)

Emerging Market Transaction Costs: Evidence from Indonesia, 7 Pacific Basin Capital Markets Journal 103-27 (1999) (co-authored with Catherine Bonser-Neal & Rob Neal)

Decentralisation Versus Administrative Courts: Which Path Holds Greater Promise, in Indonesia: Law And Society 221 (Timothy Lindsey ed., Sydney: Federation Press, 1998), pp. 221-26

Current Developments: APEC Quo Vadis?, 89 Am. J. Int'l L. 824-34 (1995)

Indonesian Capital Market Development and Privatisation, in Indonesia Assessment 1994: The Role of the Financial Sector in Development 227 (Ross McLeod ed., Singapore & Canberra: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies (INSEAS) & Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, Australian National University, 1994), pp. 223-47

Legal Aspects of 'Going International', XXIV Hukum Dan Pembangunan 147 (April 1994), pp. 121-41

Self-Defense, Necessity and U.N. Collective Security: United States and Other Views, 1 Duke J. Comparative & Int'l L. 57-123 (1991)

Iran Air Flight 655 and Beyond: Free Passage, Mistaken Self-Defense and State Responsibility, 16 Yale J. Int'l L. 245-389 (1991)

Police Discretion in a Continental Administrative State: The Police of Baden-Wuerttemburg in the Federal Republic of Germany, 47 Law & Contemporary Problems 185-223 (Autumn 1984)

The Collateral Use of Foreign Convictions in American Criminal Trials, 47 Univ. Of Chicago L. Rev. 82-111 (1979)

Book Reviews

The Indonesian Supreme Court: A Study of Institutional Collapse, by Sebastian Pompe (Cornell University Press, Studies on Southeast Asia No. 39, 2005), 80 Pacific Affairs 545-47 (2007)

Same Bed, Different Dreams: A History of the Chinese American Bank of Commerce, 1919-1937, by Noel H. Pugach (Centre of Asian Studies, University of Hong Kong 1997), 86 J. Am. History 258-59 (June 1999)

Fair Trial: Rights of the Accused in American History, by David J. Bodenhamer. (Oxford University Press, 1992), 80 J. Am. History 652-53 (Sept. 1993)

David K. Linnan

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