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The Oxford handbook of constitutional law in Latin America

Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2022.
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ISBN: 9780191829048 (ebook)

Este Manual de Oxford detalla las constituciones y la historia constitucional de América Latina, proporcionando un análisis comparativo de los modelos institucionales prevalecientes y los principales temas del constitucionalismo de la región.

The Constitution of Argentina Juan F. Gonz{acute}alez Bertomeu

The Constitution of Mexico Francisca Pou Gimenez

Paraguay Daniel Mendon{cedil}ca, Juan Carlos Mendonca

Peru Camila Gianella Malca, Ursula Baertl Espinoza

Uruguay Gianella Bardazano

Constitutional Law in Venezuela Ana Cristina Nuñez M., Rogelio Perez-Perdomo

Latin American Constitutional Traditions Roberto Gargarella

Participatory Constitution-Making in Latin America: Consequences for Institutional Design Gabriel L. Negretto

Authoritarian Constitutionalism Andrea Pozas-Loyo, Julio R{acute}ios-Figueroa

$tLatin American New Constitutionalism: A Tale of Two Cities$rJavier Couso

The 2009 Bolivian Constitution$rJoshua Braver

Foreign Capital and Constitutions Helena Alviar Garc{acute}ia

Presidentialism and Hyper-Presidentialism in Latin AmericaMarcelo Alegre, Nahuel Maisley

$tElections$rFernando Limongi, Jos{acute}e Antonio Cheibub

$tCourts and Judicial Independence$rMatthew M. Taylor

$tCourts and Judicial Manipulation$rGretchen Helmke

$tJudicialization of Politics$rDiana Kapiszewski, Katja Newman

$tCourts, Strategic Litigation, and Social Change$rDiana Rodr{acute}iguez-Franco, C{acute}esar Rodr{acute}iguez-Garavito

Access to Justice: An Overview of Recent Transformations and the Next Steps$rLuciana Gross Cunha

$tThe Constitution of Brazil in Context: History, Politics, and Design$rVirg{acute}ilio Afonso da Silva, Thomaz Pereira

$tBetween Federal and Unitary States: A Misleading Dichotomy$rMarta Arretche

$tLocal Government$rGabriela Lotta, Vanessa Elias de Oliveira

$tConstitutions and Public Policies$rCl{acute}audio Couto, Rog{acute}erio Arantes

$tConstitutions and Foreign Affairs$rDawisson Bel{acute}em Lopes, Mario Schettino Valente

$tConstitutions and International Law$rAlejandro Chehtman

$tMulticultural Constitutions$rDaniel Bonilla Maldonado

$tProportionality$rLaura Cl{acute}erico

Chile Domingo Lovera Parmo

$tProperty and Land$rMaria Paula Saffon

$tFreedom of Expression and Populist Politics$rRamiro {acute}Alvarez Ugarte

$tPrivacy$rDiego Werneck Arguelhes, Luiz Fernando Marrey Moncau

$tRight to Information and Transparency$rRamiro {acute}Alvarez Ugarte

$tImmigration and Citizenship$rDeisy Ventura, Camila Baraldi

$tPolitical Participation and Democratic Innovation$rLeonardo Avritzer, Cl{acute}audia Feres Faria

$tDue Process$r{acute}Angel R. Oquendo

$tPrisoners' Rights$rMa{acute}ira Rocha Machado

$tSubstantive Equality in Law and Reality$rOct{acute}avio Luiz Motta Ferraz

$tConstitutional History of the Colombian Paradox (1886-2016): Hegemony, Exception, and Postponement$rAntonio Barreto-Rozo

$tSex Equality$rIsabel Cristina Jaramillo Sierra

$tRace Discrimination$rTanya Kater{acute}i Hern{acute}andez

$tSocial Rights Constitutionalism$rDaniel M. Brinks

$tThe Right to Health: The Potential and Limits of Catalysing Systemic Change through the Courts$rAlicia Ely Yamin

$tEnvironment$rConrado H{uml}ubner Mendes, Danielle Hanna Rached

$tAbortion: More Than Criminalization, Not Yet Women's Constitutional Right$rAgustina Ram{acute}on Michel

$tA View from (South) Africa$rJackie Dugard

$tJudicial Independence in Latin America: A View from Asia$rShylashri Shankar

Costa Rica: Constitutions, Constitutionalism, and the Constitutional Chamber of the Supreme Court Bruce M. Wilson, Olman Rodriguez Loaiza

Latin American Constitutionalism: A U.S. Perspective Tom Ginsburg

A View from Northern Europe Siri Gloppen

A View from Western Europe Michaela Hailbronner

Latin America: The Shifting Constitutional Continent? Rosalind Dixon

Cuba Julio Cesar Guan che

The Constitutional History of Ecuador: Twenty Constitutions and Counting Daniela Salazar.


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