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Comparative constitutional law / edited by Tom Ginsburg and Rosalind Dixon.

Contributor(s): Ginsburg, Tom | Dixon, Rosalind.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookCall no.: LAW K 2011 624645Series: Research handbooks in comparative law: Publication: Cheltenham : Edward Elgar, 2011Description: xi, 668 p.ISBN: 9780857930781 (pbk.); 0857930788 (pbk.).Subject(s): Constitutional law | Comparative law
Contents:
1. Introduction / Rosalind Dixon and Tom Ginsburg -- PART I: CONSTITUTIONAL DESIGN AND REDESIGN -- 2. Drafting, Design and Gender / Helen Irving -- 3. Participation in Constitutional Design / Justin Blount -- 4. Transitional Justice and the Transformation of Constitutionalism / Ruti Teitel -- 5. Constitutional Drafting and External Influence / Zaid Al-Ali -- 6. Constitutional Amendment Rules: A Comparative Perspective / Rosalind Dixon -- 7. Constitutional Endurance / Tom Ginsburg --PART II: CONSTITUTIONAL IDENTITY -- 8. The Formation of Constitutional Identities / Gary J. Jacobsohn -- 9. Citizenship and the Boundaries of the Constitution / Kim Rubenstein and Niamh Lenagh-Maguire -- 10. Comparative Constitutional Law and Indigenous Peoples: Canada, New Zealand and the USA / Claire Charters -- 11. A New Global Constitutional Order? / David Schneiderman -- PART III: CONSTITUTIONAL STRUCTURE -- 12. Legislative-Executive Relations / Jose Antonio Cheibub and Fernando Limongi -- 13. The Separation of Legislative and Executive Powers / Ronald J. Krotoszynski, Jr. -- 14. Political Parties and Constitutionalism / Richard H. Pildes -- 15. The Rise of Specialized Constitutional Courts / Victor Ferreres Comella -- 16. The Interplay of Constitutional and Ordinary Jurisdiction / Frank I. Michelman -- 17. Constitutional Experimentation: Rethinking How a Bill of Rights Functions / Janet L. Hiebert -- 18. The Rise of Weak-form Judicial Review / Mark Tushnet -- 19. Constitutions and Emergency Regimes / Oren Gross -- 20. Federalism, Devolution and Secession: From Classical to Post-conflict Federalism / Sujit Choudhry and Nathan Hume -- PART IV: INDIVIDUAL RIGHTS AND STATE DUTIES -- 21. The Structure and Scope of Constitutional Rights / Stephen Gardbaum -- 22. The Comparative Constitutional Law of Freedom of Expression / Adrienne Stone -- 23. Comparative Constitutional Law and Religion / Ran Hirschl -- 24. Autonomy, Dignity and Abortion / Donald P. Kommers -- 25. Human Dignity in Constitutional Adjudication / Paolo G. Carozza -- 26. Equality / Kate O'Regan and Nick Friedman
27. The Right to Property / Tom Allen -- 28. Socio-economic Rights: Has the Promise of Eradicating the Divide between First and Second Generation Rights Been Fulfilled? / Dennis M. Davis -- 29. Comparative Constitutional Law and the Challenges of Terrorism Law / Kent Roach -- 30. Legal Protection of Same-sex Partnerships and Comparative Constitutional Law / Nicholas Bamforth -- PART V: COURTS AND CONSTITUTIONAL INTERPRETATION -- 31. Judicial Engagement with Comparative Law / Cheryl Saunders -- 32. Constitutional Interpretation in Comparative Perspective: Comparing Judges or Courts? / Vicki C. Jackson and Jamal Greene -- 33. Docket Control and the Success of Constitutional Courts / David Fontana.
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1. Introduction / Rosalind Dixon and Tom Ginsburg -- PART I: CONSTITUTIONAL DESIGN AND REDESIGN -- 2. Drafting, Design and Gender / Helen Irving -- 3. Participation in Constitutional Design / Justin Blount -- 4. Transitional Justice and the Transformation of Constitutionalism / Ruti Teitel -- 5. Constitutional Drafting and External Influence / Zaid Al-Ali -- 6. Constitutional Amendment Rules: A Comparative Perspective / Rosalind Dixon -- 7. Constitutional Endurance / Tom Ginsburg --PART II: CONSTITUTIONAL IDENTITY -- 8. The Formation of Constitutional Identities / Gary J. Jacobsohn -- 9. Citizenship and the Boundaries of the Constitution / Kim Rubenstein and Niamh Lenagh-Maguire -- 10. Comparative Constitutional Law and Indigenous Peoples: Canada, New Zealand and the USA / Claire Charters -- 11. A New Global Constitutional Order? / David Schneiderman -- PART III: CONSTITUTIONAL STRUCTURE -- 12. Legislative-Executive Relations / Jose Antonio Cheibub and Fernando Limongi -- 13. The Separation of Legislative and Executive Powers / Ronald J. Krotoszynski, Jr. -- 14. Political Parties and Constitutionalism / Richard H. Pildes -- 15. The Rise of Specialized Constitutional Courts / Victor Ferreres Comella -- 16. The Interplay of Constitutional and Ordinary Jurisdiction / Frank I. Michelman -- 17. Constitutional Experimentation: Rethinking How a Bill of Rights Functions / Janet L. Hiebert -- 18. The Rise of Weak-form Judicial Review / Mark Tushnet -- 19. Constitutions and Emergency Regimes / Oren Gross -- 20. Federalism, Devolution and Secession: From Classical to Post-conflict Federalism / Sujit Choudhry and Nathan Hume -- PART IV: INDIVIDUAL RIGHTS AND STATE DUTIES -- 21. The Structure and Scope of Constitutional Rights / Stephen Gardbaum -- 22. The Comparative Constitutional Law of Freedom of Expression / Adrienne Stone -- 23. Comparative Constitutional Law and Religion / Ran Hirschl -- 24. Autonomy, Dignity and Abortion / Donald P. Kommers -- 25. Human Dignity in Constitutional Adjudication / Paolo G. Carozza -- 26. Equality / Kate O'Regan and Nick Friedman

27. The Right to Property / Tom Allen -- 28. Socio-economic Rights: Has the Promise of Eradicating the Divide between First and Second Generation Rights Been Fulfilled? / Dennis M. Davis -- 29. Comparative Constitutional Law and the Challenges of Terrorism Law / Kent Roach -- 30. Legal Protection of Same-sex Partnerships and Comparative Constitutional Law / Nicholas Bamforth -- PART V: COURTS AND CONSTITUTIONAL INTERPRETATION -- 31. Judicial Engagement with Comparative Law / Cheryl Saunders -- 32. Constitutional Interpretation in Comparative Perspective: Comparing Judges or Courts? / Vicki C. Jackson and Jamal Greene -- 33. Docket Control and the Success of Constitutional Courts / David Fontana.

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