The Resource The Oxford handbook of comparative constitutional law, edited by Michel Rosenfeld and András Sajó

The Oxford handbook of comparative constitutional law, edited by Michel Rosenfeld and András Sajó

Label
The Oxford handbook of comparative constitutional law
Title
The Oxford handbook of comparative constitutional law
Statement of responsibility
edited by Michel Rosenfeld and András Sajó
Title variation
Comparative constitutional law
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Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
A comprehensive reference resource on comparative constitutional law, this title examines the history and development of the discipline, its core concepts, institutions, rights, and emerging trends
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Cataloging source
ILI
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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1948-
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  • Rosenfeld, Michel
  • Sajó, András
Series statement
Oxford handbooks
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  • Constitutional law
  • Comparative law
  • Comparative law
  • Constitutional law
Label
The Oxford handbook of comparative constitutional law, edited by Michel Rosenfeld and András Sajó
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Comparative constitutional law : methodologies
  • Due process
  • Richard Vogler
  • Associative rights (the rights to the freedom of petition, assembly, and association)
  • Ulrich K. Preuss
  • Privacy
  • Manuel José Cepeda Espinosa
  • Equality
  • Susanne Baer
  • Citizenship
  • Ayelet Shachar
  • Vicki C. Jackson
  • Socio-economic rights
  • D.M. Davis
  • Economic rights
  • K.D. Ewing
  • Part VIII. Overlapping Rights.
  • The constitutionalism of abortion
  • Reva B. Siegel
  • Immodest claims and modest contributions : sexual orientation in comparative constitutional law
  • Kenji Yoshino and Michael Kavey
  • Group rights in comparative constitutional law : culture, economics, or political power?
  • Carving out typologies and accounting for differences across systems : towards a methodology of transitional constitutionalism
  • Sujit Choudhry
  • Affirmative action
  • Daniel Sabbagh
  • Bioethics and basic rights : persons, humans, and boundaries of life
  • Judit Sándor
  • Part IX. Trends.
  • Internationalization of constitutional law
  • Wen-Chen Chang and Jiunn-Rong Yeh
  • The European Union's unresolved constitution
  • Neil Walker
  • Peer Zumbansen
  • The constitutionalization of public international law
  • Erika de Wet
  • Jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights and the constitutional systems of Europe
  • Dean Spielmann
  • Militant democracy
  • Jan-Werner Müller
  • Constitutionalism and transitional justice
  • Juan E. Méndez
  • Islam and the constitutional order
  • Chibli Mallat
  • Types of constitution
  • Constitutional transplants, borrowing, and migrations
  • Vlad Perju
  • The use of foreign law in constitutional interpretation
  • Gábor Halmai
  • Dieter Grimm
  • Constitutionalism in iIliberal polities
  • Li-ann Thio
  • Constitutionalism and impoverishment : a complex dynamic
  • Arun Thiruvengadam and Gedion T. Hessebon
  • Part I. History, Methodology, and Typology.
  • The place of constitutional law in the legal system
  • Stephen Gardbaum
  • Part II. Ideas.
  • Constitutions and constitutionalism
  • Stephen Holmes
  • Constitution
  • Mark Tushnet
  • Rule of law
  • Martin Krygier
  • Democracy
  • Comparative constitutional law : a contested domain.
  • Günter Frankenberg
  • Conceptions of the state
  • Olivier Beaud
  • Rights and liberties as concepts
  • Robert Alexy
  • Constitutions and the public/private divide
  • Frank I. Michelman
  • State neutrality
  • János Kis
  • The constitution and justice
  • A.
  • Roberto Gargarella
  • Sovereignty
  • Michel Troper
  • Human dignity and autonomy in modern constitutional orders
  • Matthias Mahlmann
  • Gender in constitutions
  • Catharine A. Mackinnon
  • Part III. Process.
  • Constitution-making : process and substance
  • Claude Klein and András Sajó
  • Comparative constitutional law : a continental perspective
  • States of emergency
  • David Dyzenhaus
  • War powers
  • Yasuo Hasebe
  • Secession and self-determination
  • Susanna Mancini
  • Referendum
  • Laurence Morel
  • Elections
  • Richard H. Pildes
  • Armin von Bogdandy ;
  • Part IV. Architecture.
  • Horizontal structuring
  • Jenny S. Martinez
  • Federalism : theory, policy, law
  • Daniel Halberstam
  • Internal ordering in the unitary state
  • Sergio Bartole
  • Presidentialism
  • Héctor Fix-Fierro and Pedro Salazar-Ugarte
  • Parliamentarism
  • B.
  • Anthony W. Bradley and Cesare Pinelli
  • The regulatory state
  • Susan Rose-Ackerman
  • Part V. Meanings/Textures.
  • Constitutional interpretation
  • Jeffrey Goldsworthy
  • Proportionality (1)
  • Bernhard Schlink
  • Proportionality (2)
  • Aharon Barak
  • Comparative constitutional analysis in United States adjudication and scholarship
  • Constitutional identity
  • Michel Rosenfeld
  • Constitutional values and principles
  • Gary Jeffrey Jacobsohn
  • Part VI. Institutions.
  • Ensuring constitutional efficacy
  • Juliane Kokott and Martin Kaspar
  • Constitutional courts
  • Alec Stone Sweet
  • Judicial independence as a constitutional virtue
  • Michel Rosenfeld
  • Roderick A. MacDonald and Hoi Kong
  • The judiciary : the least dangerous branch?
  • Daniel Smilov
  • Political parties and the constitution
  • Cindy Skach
  • Part VII. Rights.
  • Freedom of expression
  • Eric Barendt
  • Freedom of religion
  • András Sajó and Renáta Uitz
Edition
First edition.
Extent
1 online resource (xix, 1,396 pages)
Form of item
online
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)829862536
Label
The Oxford handbook of comparative constitutional law, edited by Michel Rosenfeld and András Sajó
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Comparative constitutional law : methodologies
  • Due process
  • Richard Vogler
  • Associative rights (the rights to the freedom of petition, assembly, and association)
  • Ulrich K. Preuss
  • Privacy
  • Manuel José Cepeda Espinosa
  • Equality
  • Susanne Baer
  • Citizenship
  • Ayelet Shachar
  • Vicki C. Jackson
  • Socio-economic rights
  • D.M. Davis
  • Economic rights
  • K.D. Ewing
  • Part VIII. Overlapping Rights.
  • The constitutionalism of abortion
  • Reva B. Siegel
  • Immodest claims and modest contributions : sexual orientation in comparative constitutional law
  • Kenji Yoshino and Michael Kavey
  • Group rights in comparative constitutional law : culture, economics, or political power?
  • Carving out typologies and accounting for differences across systems : towards a methodology of transitional constitutionalism
  • Sujit Choudhry
  • Affirmative action
  • Daniel Sabbagh
  • Bioethics and basic rights : persons, humans, and boundaries of life
  • Judit Sándor
  • Part IX. Trends.
  • Internationalization of constitutional law
  • Wen-Chen Chang and Jiunn-Rong Yeh
  • The European Union's unresolved constitution
  • Neil Walker
  • Peer Zumbansen
  • The constitutionalization of public international law
  • Erika de Wet
  • Jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights and the constitutional systems of Europe
  • Dean Spielmann
  • Militant democracy
  • Jan-Werner Müller
  • Constitutionalism and transitional justice
  • Juan E. Méndez
  • Islam and the constitutional order
  • Chibli Mallat
  • Types of constitution
  • Constitutional transplants, borrowing, and migrations
  • Vlad Perju
  • The use of foreign law in constitutional interpretation
  • Gábor Halmai
  • Dieter Grimm
  • Constitutionalism in iIliberal polities
  • Li-ann Thio
  • Constitutionalism and impoverishment : a complex dynamic
  • Arun Thiruvengadam and Gedion T. Hessebon
  • Part I. History, Methodology, and Typology.
  • The place of constitutional law in the legal system
  • Stephen Gardbaum
  • Part II. Ideas.
  • Constitutions and constitutionalism
  • Stephen Holmes
  • Constitution
  • Mark Tushnet
  • Rule of law
  • Martin Krygier
  • Democracy
  • Comparative constitutional law : a contested domain.
  • Günter Frankenberg
  • Conceptions of the state
  • Olivier Beaud
  • Rights and liberties as concepts
  • Robert Alexy
  • Constitutions and the public/private divide
  • Frank I. Michelman
  • State neutrality
  • János Kis
  • The constitution and justice
  • A.
  • Roberto Gargarella
  • Sovereignty
  • Michel Troper
  • Human dignity and autonomy in modern constitutional orders
  • Matthias Mahlmann
  • Gender in constitutions
  • Catharine A. Mackinnon
  • Part III. Process.
  • Constitution-making : process and substance
  • Claude Klein and András Sajó
  • Comparative constitutional law : a continental perspective
  • States of emergency
  • David Dyzenhaus
  • War powers
  • Yasuo Hasebe
  • Secession and self-determination
  • Susanna Mancini
  • Referendum
  • Laurence Morel
  • Elections
  • Richard H. Pildes
  • Armin von Bogdandy ;
  • Part IV. Architecture.
  • Horizontal structuring
  • Jenny S. Martinez
  • Federalism : theory, policy, law
  • Daniel Halberstam
  • Internal ordering in the unitary state
  • Sergio Bartole
  • Presidentialism
  • Héctor Fix-Fierro and Pedro Salazar-Ugarte
  • Parliamentarism
  • B.
  • Anthony W. Bradley and Cesare Pinelli
  • The regulatory state
  • Susan Rose-Ackerman
  • Part V. Meanings/Textures.
  • Constitutional interpretation
  • Jeffrey Goldsworthy
  • Proportionality (1)
  • Bernhard Schlink
  • Proportionality (2)
  • Aharon Barak
  • Comparative constitutional analysis in United States adjudication and scholarship
  • Constitutional identity
  • Michel Rosenfeld
  • Constitutional values and principles
  • Gary Jeffrey Jacobsohn
  • Part VI. Institutions.
  • Ensuring constitutional efficacy
  • Juliane Kokott and Martin Kaspar
  • Constitutional courts
  • Alec Stone Sweet
  • Judicial independence as a constitutional virtue
  • Michel Rosenfeld
  • Roderick A. MacDonald and Hoi Kong
  • The judiciary : the least dangerous branch?
  • Daniel Smilov
  • Political parties and the constitution
  • Cindy Skach
  • Part VII. Rights.
  • Freedom of expression
  • Eric Barendt
  • Freedom of religion
  • András Sajó and Renáta Uitz
Edition
First edition.
Extent
1 online resource (xix, 1,396 pages)
Form of item
online
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)829862536

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