Monday 23 Jul 2018 | 07:55 | SYDNEY

Over the past fifty years, development agencies have spent billions of dollars grappling with the challenge of improving ‘the rule of law’ through improving economic growth and good governance. But the results have been dismal. The unmet challenge is to address mounting concerns about equity and distribution.

In his new book, Reforming justice, Dr Livingston Armytage calls for justice to be positioned more centrally in evolving notions of equitable development.

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