Handbook on global constitutionalism / edited by Anthony F. Lang, Jr., Chair in International Political Theory, School of International Relations, University of St Andrews, UK ; Antje Wiener, Chair of Political Science, especially Global Governance, Faculty of Business and Social Sciences, University of Hamburg, Germany and By-Fellow, Hughes Hall, University of Cambridge, UK.
Contributor(s): Lang, Anthony F [editor] | Wiener, Antje [editor].Material type: BookSeries: Research handbooks on globalisation and the law.Publisher: Cheltenham, UK : Edward Elgar Publishing, Description: xvii, 457 pages ; 26 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781783477258; 1783477253.Other title: Global constitutionalism.Subject(s): Constitutional law | International law | Constitutional law | International law | Globalisierung | Staatsrecht | LawGenre/Form: Handbooks and manuals.DDC classification: 342
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
A constitutionalising global order : an introduction / Anthony F. Lang, Jr. and Antje Wiener -- Global constitutionalism : the ancient worlds / Jill Harries -- Medieval constitutionalism / Francis Oakley -- Global constitutionalism in the early modern period : the role of empires, treaties and natural law / Martine Julia van Ittersum -- The Enlightenment and global constitutionalism / Chris Thornhill -- Modern historical antecedents of global constitutionalism in theoretical perspective / Michel Rosenfeld -- Cosmopolitanism and global constitutionalism / Garrett Wallace Brown -- Liberal theory / Iain Ferguson -- Constructivism / Jan Wilkens -- Realist perspectives on global constitutionalism / Oliver Jütersonke -- Critical theory / Gavin W. Anderson -- International legal constitutionalism, legal forms and the need for villains / Jean d'Aspremont -- Interactional legal theory, the international rule of law and global constitutionalism / Jutta Brunnée and Stephen J. Toope -- The multifaceted relationship between functionalism and global constitutionalism / Jeffrey L. Dunoff -- Global constitutionalism and the rule of law / Mattias Kumm -- Balance of powers / Eoin Carolan -- Constituent power in global constitutionalism / Peter Niesen -- Human rights as a transnational constitutional law / Samantha Besson -- Proportionality as a global constitutional principle / Anne Peters -- Written versus unwritten : two views on the form of an international constitution / Bardo Fassbender -- Constitution making / Andrew Arato -- International judicial review / Başak Çah -- Legislatures / M.J. Peterson -- Executive and exception / William E. Scheuerman -- Federalism : from constitutionalism to constitutionalization? / Thomas O. Hueglin -- The UN Charter and global constitutionalism? / Michael W. Doyle -- Functionalism, constitutionalism and the United Nations / Jan Klabbers -- The European Union and global constitutionalism / Jo Shaw -- The International Criminal Court and global constitutionalism / Andrea Birdsall and Anthony F. Lang, Jr. -- Global commercial constitutionalization : the World Trade Organization / Joel P. Trachtman -- The political economy of global constitutionalism / Christine Schwöbel-Patel -- Global religion in a post-Westphalia world / Susanna Mancini -- Constitutionalism and pluralism / Neil Walker.
This Handbook introduces scholars and students to the history, philosophy and evidence of global constitutionalism. Contributors provide their insights from law, politics, international relations, philosophy and history, drawing on diverse frameworks and empirical data sets to explore the idea of a global constitutional order. Across them all, however, is a recognition that the international order cannot be understood without an understanding of constitutional theory. In bringing together some of the leading contemporary scholars, this Handbook will define this field of inquiry for the next generation. This is the first Handbook in the emerging interdisciplinary field of global constitutionalism and offers contributions from experts in both law and political science. Through historical, legal, political and ethical analyses it provides unique coverage of distinct perspectives on global constitutionalism. The editors and their authors provide insights into the changing world order by emphasizing the constitutional-like qualities of international affairs, with particular attention paid to law, power and human rights. This unique and innovative Handbook will be the definitive state-of-the-art resource for the pioneers of global constitutionalism, as well as those readers interested in international law, international relations theory, comparative constitutionalism, history, public philosophy, political sociology and political theory alike. -- Provided by publisher.