Table of contents for The Oxford handbook of comparative constitutional law / edited by Michel Rosenfeld and Andras Sajo.


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Part I: History, Methodology, and Typology
1. Comparative Constitutional Law: A Contested Domain, Armin von Bogdandy
2. Methodologies, Vicki Jackson
3. Carving out Typologies: Accounting for System Differences, Peer Zumbansen
4. Types of Constitution in Contemporary History from 18th Century Classic Liberal to Post-Colonial and Post Authoritarian, Dieter Grimm
5. Constitutionalism in Illiberal Polities, Thio Li-ann
6. Constitutionalism Under the Constraints of Poverty, Arun Thiruvengadam
7. The Place of Constitutional Law in the Legal System, Stephen Gardbaum
Part II: Ideas
8. Constitutionalism, Stephen Holmes
9. Constitution, Mark Tushnet
10. Rule of Law, Martin Krygier
11. Democracy, Gunter Frankenberg
12. Conceptions of the State, Olivier Beaud
13. Rights and Liberties as Concepts, Robert Alexy
14. Constitutions and the Public/Private Divide, Frank Michelman
15. State Neutrality, Janos Kis
16. The Constitution and Justice, Roberto Gargarella
17. Sovereignty, Michel Troper
18. Dignity and Autonomy, Matthias Mahlmann
19. Gendered Visions of the Constitution, Catharine Mackinnon
Part III: Process
20. Constitution-Making as a Process, Claude Klein
21. Emergencies, David Dyzenhaus
22. War Powers, Yasuo Hasebe
23. Self-Determination and Secession, Susanna Mancini
24. Referendum, Laurence Morel
25. Elections, Richard Pildes
Part IV: Architecture
26. Horizontal Structuring, Jenny Martinez
27. Vertical Structuring, Daniel Halberstam
28. Internal Ordering in the Unitary State, Sergio Bartole
29. The Constitution and Powers of the Judiciary, Mattias Kumm
30. Presidentialism, Hector Fix-Fierro
31. Parliamentarism, Anthony Bradley and Cesare Pinelli
32. Regulatory State, Susan Rose-Ackerman
Part V: Meanings/Textures
33. Interpreting the Constitution, Jeffrey Goldsworthy
34. Proportionality (1), Bernhard Schlink
35. Proportionality (2), Aharon Barak
36. Constitutional Identity, Michel Rosenfeld
37. Constitutional Values and Principles, Gary Jacobsohn
Part VI: Institutions
38. Ensuring Constitutional Efficacy, Juliane Kokott and Martin Kaspar
39. Constitutional Courts, Alec Stone Sweet
40. Judiciary and Judicial Independence, Roderick MacDonald and Hoi Kong
41. Political Parties, Cindy Skach
Part VII: Rights
42. Freedom of Expression, Eric Barendt
43. Freedom of Religion, Andras Sajo and Renata Uitz
44. Due Process, Richard Vogler
45. Associative Rights, Ulrich Preuss
46. Privacy, Manuel Jose Cepeda Espinosa
47. Equality, Susanne Baer
48. Citizenship, Ayelet Shachar
49. Social Rights, Dennis Davis
50. Rights in Economic Life, Keith Ewing
Part VIII: Overlapping Rights
51. Abortion, Reva Siegel
52. Rights Based on Sexual Orientation, Kenji Yoshino and Michael Kavey
53. Group Rights, Sujit Choudhry
54. Affirmative Action, Daniel Sabbagh
55. Bioethics, Judit Sandor
Part IX: Trends
56. Internationalization of Constitutional Law, Wen-Chen Chang
57. European Constitution, Neil Walker
58. Constitutionalization of International Law, Erika de Wet
59. Constitutional Transformation and Transitional Justice, Juan Mendez
60. Islam and Constitutional Ordering, Chibli Mallat
61. International Constitutional Courts, Miguel Maduro
62. ECtHR Jurisprudence on the Constitutional Systems of Europe, Dean Spielmann
63. Militant Democracy, Jan-Werner Mueller
64. Constitutional Borrowing and Transplants, Vlad Perju
65. History of Comparative Constitutional Law, Otto Pfersmann
66. The Use of Comparative Constitutional Law in Constitutional Adjudication, Gabor Halmai



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Constitutional law.
Comparative law.