Defining the field of comparative constitutional law /

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Other Authors: Jackson, Vicki C, Tushnet, Mark V., 1945-
Format: Book
Published: Westport, Conn. : Praeger, 2002
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Table of Contents:
  • Constitutional conceptions and constitutional comparativism / Lorraine E. Weinrib
  • Why do we study constitutional laws of foreign countries, and how? / Kazuyuki Takahashi
  • Comparative constitutional law: its increasing relevance / Donald P. Kommers
  • Modern constitutional developments in the Arab world: the case of judicial review in Egypt and its impact on other Arab countries / Adel Omar Sherif
  • Reflections on continental European public law in the tradition of Hobbes and Napoleon / Thomas Fleiner
  • European integration and the ideal of the common good / Winfried Brugger
  • The United Kingdom Human Rights Act, 1998 / Geoffrey Marshall
  • Judicial systems: challenges for the twenty-first century / Roberto G. Maclean
  • Constitutional development: the African experience / Dullah Omar
  • The right to freedom of religion and secularism in the Indian Constitution / Ratna Kapur
  • The shaping of a new democracy within the context of tradition: equality and the respect for diversity / Dennis M. Davis
  • A European perspective: economic and social rights in the French Constitution / Jean-Pierre Théron
  • Comparative constitutional law in an age of economic globalization / David Schneiderman