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Litigating Federalism: An Empirical Analysis of Decisions of the Belgian Constitutional Court

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Belgian Constitutional Court – Conflicts between regions, communities and the central government – Allocation of competences – Decisions with high political content – Degree of political alignment between the parties in litigation and judicial behaviour at the Court – Empirical testing – All decisions of the Belgian Constitutional Court, 1985-2012 – Alignment between the alleged political preferences of the judges and the political affiliation of the Petitioner increases the rate of success of the latter

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We are grateful to our reviewers, Toon Moonen and Mark Van Hoecke, for helpful comments. The usual disclaimers apply.

University of Milano-Bicocca (lucia.dallapellegrina@unimib.it).

University of Ghent (Jef.DeMot@UGent.be).

Maastricht University and Erasmus University of Rotterdam (michael.faure@maastrichtuniversity.nl).

Texas A&M University and Católica Global School of Law (nunogaroupa@law.tamu.edu).

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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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