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The Boundaries of Comparative Law


Boundaries: between public and private law – Political dimensions of private and public law – Boundaries between domestic law and transnational and international law – Boundaries between law and other disciplines, including economics, comparative politics, normative political theory, and hermeneutic disciplines – National styles of comparative law scholarship – Analytic and pragmatic traditions in comparative law scholarship

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P. Bachrach and M.S. Baratz , ‘Two Faces of Power’, 56 American Political Science Review (1962) p. 947

D. Kennedy , ‘Three Globalizations of Law and Legal Thought: 1850–2000’, in D.M. Trubek and A. Santos (eds.), The New Law and Economic Development (Cambridge University Press 2006) p. 19

R. Hirschl , Comparative Matters: The Renaissance of Comparative Constitutional Law (Cambridge University Press 2014)

G. Bhatia , Offend, Shock, or Disturb: Free Speech Under the Indian Constitution (Oxford University Press 2016)

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European Constitutional Law Review
  • ISSN: 1574-0196
  • EISSN: 1744-5515
  • URL: /core/journals/european-constitutional-law-review
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