Constitutions, Markets and Law: Recent Experiences in Transition Economies (New Thinking in Political Economy) by Stefan Voigt, Hans-Jurgen Wagener
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Constitutions, Markets and Law: Recent Experiences in Transition Economies (New Thinking in Political Economy)
Stefan Voigt, Hans-Jurgen Wagener
Edward Elgar Pub (December 1, 2002)
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Constitutional political economy applies an economic approach to the analysis of constitutional choice. Initially, research clearly leaned towards legitimizing the state and its actions. However, the transitions taking place in Central and Eastern Europe have made apparent the necessity to improve our knowledge of the working properties of alternative constitutional rules, thus stressing the importance of positive analysis. The authors analyse both the opportunities and dangers of importing constitutions from around the world into this area. The papers assembled in this volume deal with the question of what individual transition processes have taught us in terms of constitution-building. The book contains analyses of post 1989 constitutional developments in the countries of Central and Eastern Europe from the perspectives of varied disciplines; including academics, politicians and the judiciary. Constitutions, Markets and Law will be welcomed by scholars of transition studies and political economists as well as practitioners of, and academics with an interest in, constitutional law.
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