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I.CON’s Current Issue (Table of Contents)


 Volume 13 Issue 2

 Table of Contents


I.CON Keynote

Robert O. Keohane, Nominal democracy?  Prospects for democratic global governance


Matthias Klatt, Positive rights? Who decides? Judicial review in balance

Vanessa MacDonnell, The civil servant’s role in the implementation of constitutional rights

Kristen Stilt, Contextualizing constitutional Islam: The Malayan experience

Christopher McCrudden, Transnational culture wars

Symposium: Through the lens of time:

Global Administrative Law after 10 years

J.H.H. Weiler, GAL at a crossroads: Preface to the Symposium

Sabino Cassese, Global administrative law: The state of the art

Christoph Möllers, Ten years of global administrative law

Lorenzo Casini, Beyond drip-painting? Ten years of GAL and the emergence of a global administration

Benedict Kingsbury, Three models of “distributed administration”: Canopy, baobab, and symbiote

Giulio Napolitano, Going global, turning back national: Towards a cosmopolitan administrative law?

Edoardo Chiti, Where does GAL find its legal grounding?

Mario Savino, What if global administrative law is a normative project?

Richard B. Stewart, The normative dimensions and performance of global administrative law

Critical Review of Governance

Swati Jhaveri and Anne Scully-Hill, Executive and legislative reactions to judicial declarations of constitutional invalidity in Hong Kong: Engagement, acceptance or avoidance?

Review Essay

Ariel L. Bendor and Tal Sela, How proportional is proportionality? Review of Aharon Barak, Proportionality. Constitutional Rights and their Limitations

Book Reviews

Emily Zackin. Looking for Rights in All the Wrong Places: Why State Constitutions Contain America’s Positive Rights (Solongo Wandan)

Elke Cloots. National Identity in EU Law (Monika Polzin)

Ayten Gündoğdu. Rightlessness in an Age of Rights. Hannah Arendt and the Contemporary Struggles of Migrants (Dana Schmalz)


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