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Institutionalisation of Political Parties: Comparative Cases. Edited by Robert Harmel and Lars G. Svasand

Global Constitutionalism: Theoretical Perspectives

Constitutions
 
International Relations
 
Political Theory
 
Global
 
Jurisprudence
 
Panel Number
P158
Panel Chair
Anthony Lang
University of St Andrews
Panel Discussant
Anthony Lang
University of St Andrews

Time
08/09/2016 09:00 - 10:40
Location
Building: Faculty of Arts Floor: Ground Room: FA016
Abstract
Global constitutionalism describes, explains and evaluates legal and political developments at the international level. It is a theoretical enterprise that crosses disciplinary and theoretical boundaries. As such, it cannot be understood as solely about international law, International Relations Theory, or political theory. In other words, it provides a species of International Political Theory. This panel includes papers that draw on legal theory, political theory, and IR theory. Each panellist draws upon a theoretical tradition in order to advance a dimension of global constitutionalism. The papers are drawn from chapters in the upcoming Anthony F Lang, Jr and Antje Weiner, eds., Handbook on Global Constitutionalism (Edward Elgar Publishers, 2017).

Paper List


Title Details
Constructivist Theory and Global Constitutionalism View Paper Details
Cosmopolitanism and Global Constitutionalism View Paper Details
International Constituent Power: Three Variants View Paper Details
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