Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note
Constitutional courts: forms, functions and practice in comparative perspective /Andrew Harding, Peter Leyland and Tania Groppi Austria: the constitutional court of Austria: modern profiles of an archetype of constitutional review /Anna Gamber and Francesco Palermo Central and Eastern Europe: constitutional courts of Central and Eastern Europe: between adolescence and maturity /Kasia Lach and Wojchiech Sadurski France: The French Conseil constitutionnel: an evolving form of constitutional justice /Marie Claire Ponthoreau and Fabrice Hourquebie Germany: Das Bundsverfassungsgericht: procedure, practice and policy of the German federal constitutional court /Donald P Kommers and Russel A Miller Italy: the Italian constitutional court: towards a 'multilevel system' of constitutional review /Tania Groppi Russia: the constitutional court of the Russian Federation: the establishment and evolution of constitutional supervision in Russia /Jane Henderson Spain: the Spanish constitutional court: time for reforms /Victor Ferreres Comella Turkey: the constitutional court of Turkey: the Anayasa Mahkemesi as the protector of the system /Esin Örücü Egypt: Egypt's supreme constitutional court: managing constitutional conflict in an authoritarian aspirationally 'Islamic' state /Clark B Lombardi Francophone Africa: models of constitutional jurisdiction in francophone West Africa /Babacar Kanté South Africa: South Africa's constitutional court: enabling democracy and promoting law in the transition from Apartheid /Heinz Klug East Asia: constitutional courts in East Asia: understanding variation /Tom Ginsburg Indonesia and Thailand: the constitutional courts of Thailand and Indonesia: two case studies from South East Asia /Andrew Harding and Peter Leyland Constitutional courts in Latin America: a testing ground for new parameters of classification? /Justin O Frosini and Lucio Pegoraro.