This book analyses constitutional change in federal and decentralizing countries from a comparative perspective. The authors identify structures, processes and strategies which have proven to favour successful constitutional amendment. Thereby, the book enables public officials, scholars, and students to learn from the constitutional reform experiences of other federal democracies and from practical suggestions how future reforms could be designed. From the Contents: · The Relevance of Constitutional Change · Constitutional Reform in Co-operative Federalism · Constitutional Reform in Federal Systems with Divided Societies · Devolution and Regionalisation in Federalising States · Processes of Ratification · Evolution after a Constitutional Reform · ConclusionRevue de presse :
From a comparative perspective, this book analyzes constitutional change in federal and decentralizing countries. The Book identifies structures, processes, and strategies which have proven to favor successful constitutional amendment. (International Specialized Book Services 3-2012)
… this book precisely informs policy makers, scholars, and students to learn from the con¬stitutional reform experiences of various federal democracies, their weaknesses and strengths. Its practical suggestions as to how future constitutional reforms could be de-signed to make federalism successful are useful for policy makers and politicians. (Reporter weekly 8/2012)
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Description du livre Barbara Budrich Publishers, 2012. Paperback. État : New. N° de réf. du libraire P113847400002