4 edition of Constitutional courts in comparison found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Ralf Rogowski and Thomas Gawron.|
|Contributions||Rogowski, Ralf., Gawron, Thomas.|
|LC Classifications||KF8742 .C655 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 262 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||262|
|LC Control Number||2001025632|
About Constitutional Courts, Gay Rights and Sexual Orientation Equality another great value of the volume is the ability to provide a detailed analysis of gay rights and sexual orientation equality by offering a massive diachronic and synchronic comparison of constitutional provisions, legislation and case-law encompassing a variety of. The book covers the analysis of the law-making activity of four constitutional courts in Western countries: Germany, Italy, The main hypothesis is that currently constitutional courts are positive legislators whose position in the system of State organs needs to be : Monika Florczak-Wator.
The raison d'être, jurisdiction and composition of constitutional courts are explored and so too are core features of the constitutional adjudicatory process. Yet, this book also deliberately draws attention to the role of non-judicial actors in upholding the Constitution, as well as the complex interplay amongst constitutional courts and. The Constitutional Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina (Serbo-Croatian: Ustavni sud Bosne i Hercegovine, Уставни суд Босне и Херцеговине) is the interpreter and guardian of the Constitution of Bosnia and Herzegovina, It has the appellate jurisdiction over issues arising out of a judgment of any other court in the country, including the constitutional courts of the two.
This chapter assesses how national courts can induce compliance with international and European law, and compares the relative strengths of national courts in this regard under, respectively, international and European law. It is based on the assumption that while national courts are obviously not the primary or only cause of compliance, they can, in particular circumstances and under Author: André Nollkaemper. This book analyses the argument that the legitimacy of courts arises from their deliberative capacity. It examines the theory of political deliberation and its implications for institutional design. Against this background, it turns to constitutional review and asks whether an argument can be made in support of judicial power on the basis of 4/5.
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This volume shows that the U.S. Supreme Court and the German Federal Constitutional court fulfill similar functions and are faced with similar issues: the vast majority of cases are complaints or petitions from citizens whereas the "political" cases are relatively few but are decisive in shaping the role of the two courts.
The authors, all Price: $ Constitutional litigation in general attracts two distinct types of conflict: disputes of a highly politicized or culturally controversial nature and requests from citizens claiming a violation of a fundamental constitutional right.
This volume shows that the U.S. Supreme Court and the German Federal Constitutional court Constitutional courts in comparison book similar functions and are faced with similar issues: the vast. Constitutional Courts in Comparison: The US Supreme Court and the German Federal Constitutional Court 1st Edition by Ralf Rogowski (Editor), Thomas Gawron (Editor) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important.
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Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Constitutional Courts and Deliberative Democracy. The book also offers some statistical data on certain constitutional courts and a quite detailed presentation and discussion of data concerning the Hungarian Constitutional Court, but since the data on the other constitutional courts are very limited and sporadic, they are not compared systematically.
The author tells the story of dissenting. the bulk of the 20th century, comparative constitutional law was not a vigorous or prominent field for writing by academic lawyers.
Other disciplines, however, did focus on constitutional comparison. With the formation of political science as a modern discipline in the United States in the early 20th century, consti-Cited by: 9. Constitutional litigation in general attracts two distinct types of conflict: disputes of a highly politicized or culturally controversial nature and requests from citizens claiming a violation of a fundamental constitutional right.
The side-by-side comparison between the U.S. Supreme Court and the German Federal Constitutional Court provides a novel socio-legal approach in studying. The focus of the book is European constitutional courts.
The enormous amount of information (collected by the author over the course of more than ten years) comes mostly from Germany, Spain, Italy, and Hungary, but several other constitutional courts also appear in the analysis, including examples from Western Europe (e.g.
Austria, Belgium Author: Eszter Bodnár. Constitutional Courts and Deliberative Democracy Conrado Hubner Mendes Oxford Constitutional Theory.
Provides the first sustained analysis of the claim that courts are superior to legislatures as a forum for rational deliberation; Introduces deliberative theory and its implications for institutional design. Interpreting Constitutions is an insightful book in at least two senses: it provides the reader with both a well-structured initiation into six important constitutional traditions and an opportunity to reflect on the various possible roles and methods of comparative constitutionalism.
It is a collective effort by six distinguished scholars. The editor, Jeffrey Goldsworthy, apart from writing Author: Conrado Hübner Mendes. Book Description. In the past few years, constitutional courts have been presented with new challenges. The world financial crisis, the new wave of terrorism, mass migration and other country-specific problems have had wide-ranging effects on the old and embedded.
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Author: Russell Miller. Rent or buy Constitutional Courts in Comparison - Note: Supplemental materials are not guaranteed with Rental or Used book purchases. This book examines how, if at all, these unprecedented social, economic and political problems have affected constitutional review in Europe.
As the courts’ response must conform with EU law and in some cases international law, analysis extends to the related jurisprudence of the European Court of Justice and the European Court of Human by: 1.
The substantive focus of the book is the role of constitutional courts in democracies where the armed forces are fighting internal armed conflicts of different types: Colombia, Peru, and Mexico in Latin America and also Israel, Turkey, and Pakistan.
Through detailed analyses of the political context, civil-military relations, and the. p Moon note book 4/10/ ] Comparative Law in Constitutional Courts Unlike most constitutional courts, the United States SupremeCited by: 4. The alleged ‘democratic deficit’ behind what courts are legally empowered to do has been met with a variety of justifications in favour of judicial review.
One common justification claims that constitutional courts are, in comparison to elected parliaments, much better suited for. About Constitutional Review in Europe. jurisdiction and composition of constitutional courts are explored and so too are core features of the constitutional adjudicatory process.
Yet, this book also deliberately draws attention to the role of non-judicial actors in upholding the Constitution, as well as the complex interplay amongst.COMPARING CONSTITUTIONAL REVIEW BY THE EUROPEAN COURT OF JUSTICE AND THE U.S.
SUPREME COURT by Michel Rosenfeld∗ A. Introduction Neither the European Court of Justice (“ECJ”) nor the United States Supreme Court (“USSCt”) is a constitutional court, yet they both engage in constitutional review. These two courts are similar in one key.