The Oxford Handbook of Comparative Constitutional Law (häftad)
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The Oxford Handbook of Comparative Constitutional Law (häftad)

The Oxford Handbook of Comparative Constitutional Law

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The first comprehensive reference resource on comparative constitutional law, the Oxford Handbook provides a road map to the field. Leading experts examine the history and development of the discipline, its core concepts, institutions, rights, and emerging trends.
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Michel Rosenfeld, Justice Sydney L. Robins Professor of Human Rights and Director, Program on Global and Comparative Constitutional Theory, Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, Yeshiva University, Andras Sajo, Judge, European Court of Human Rights, and University Professor of the Central EuropeanUniversity Michel Rosenfeld is the Justice Sydney L. Robins Professor of Human Rights at the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, where he is also Director of the Program on Global and Comparative Constitutional Theory. He is the co-editor-in-chief of International Journal of Constitutional Law and the author or co-editor of numerous books, including Law, Justice, Democracy, and the Clash of Cultures: A Pluralist Account (2010) and The Identity of the Constitutional Subject: Selfhood, Citizenship, Culture and Community (2009). Professor Rosenfeld is the recipient of the French government's highest and most prestigious award, the Legion of Honour. Andras Sajo is a judge at the European Court of Human Rights, Strasbourg. He is also a University Professor at CEU and Global Visiting Professor of Law at New York University Law School. Professor Sajo was the founding dean of Legal Studies at CEU. He is the author or editor of numerous books, including, with Michel Rosenfeld, Norman Dawson, and Susanne Baer, Comparative Constitutions: Cases and Materials (2003).


PART I: HISTORY, METHODOLOGY, AND TYPOLOGY ; 1. Comparative Constitutional Law: A Contested Domain ; a Comparative Constitutional Law: A Continental Perspective ; b Comparative Constitutional Analysis in United States Adjudication and Scholarship ; 2. Comparative Constitutional Law: Methodologies ; 3. Carving out Typologies and Accounting for Differences Across Systems: Towards a Methodology of Transnational Constitutionalism ; 4. Types of Constitutions ; 5. Constitutionalism in Illiberal Polities ; 6. Constitutionalism and Impoverishment: A Complex Dynamic ; 7. The Place of Constitutional Law in the Legal System ; PART II: IDEAS ; 8. Constitutions and Constitutionalism ; 9. Constitution ; 10. Rule of Law ; 11. Democracy ; 12. Conceptions of the State ; 13. Rights and Liberties as Concepts ; 14. Constitutions and the Public Private Divide ; 15. State Neutrality ; 16. The Constitution and Justice ; 17. Sovereignty ; 18. Carving out the Essence of Humanity: Human Dignity and Autonomy in Modern Constitutional Orders ; 19. Gender and the Constitution ; PART III: PROCESS ; 20. Constitution-Making as a Process ; 21. States of Emergency ; 22. War Powers ; 23. Secession and Self-Determination ; 24. Referendum ; 25. Elections ; PART IV: ARCHITECTURE ; 26. Horizontal Structuring ; 27. Federalism: Theory, Policy, Law ; 28. Internal Ordering in the Unitary State ; 29. Presidentialism ; 30. Parliamentarism ; 31. The Regulatory State ; PART V: MEANINGS/TEXTURES ; 32. Constitutional Interpretation ; 33. Proportionality (1) ; 34. Proportionality (2) ; 35. Constitutional Identity ; 36. Constitutional Values and Principles ; PART VI: INSTITUTIONS ; 37. Ensuring Constitutional Efficacy ; 38. Constitutional Courts ; 39. Judicial Independence as a Constitutional Virtue ; 40. The Judiciary: The Least Dangerous Branch? ; 41. Political Parties and the Constitution ; PART VII: RIGHTS ; 42. Freedom of Expression ; 43. Freedom of Religion ; 44. Due Process ; 45. Associative Rights (The Rights to the Freedoms of Petition, Assembly, and Association), ; 46. Privacy ; 47. Equality ; 48. Citizenship ; 49. Socio-Economic Rights ; 50. Economic Rights ; PART VIII: OVERLAPPING RIGHTS ; 51. (The Rights to the Freedoms of Petition, Assembly, and Association), ; 52. Immodest Claims and Modest Contributions: Sexual Orientation in Comparative Constitutional Law ; 53. Group Rights in Comparative Constitutional Law: Culture, Economics, or Political Power? ; 54. Affirmative Action ; 55. Bioethics and Basic Rights: Persons, Humans and Boundaries of Life ; PART IX: TRENDS ; 56. Internationalization of Constitutional Law ; 57. The EU's Unresolved Constitution ; 58. The Constitutionalization of Public International Law ; 59. ECtHR Jurisprudence and the Constitutional Systems of Europe ; 60. Militant Democracy ; 61. Constitutionalism and Transitional Justice ; 62. Islam and the Constitutional Order ; 63. Constitutional Transplants, Borrowing, and Migrations ; 64. The Use of Foreign Law in Constitutional Interpretation