Constitutional Political Economy
Constitutional Political Economy is a forum for research in the broad field of constitutional analysis. Its grounding discipline is economics, but, the systematic study of institutions requires consideration of economic, political, legal, and philosophical movitations, rules, and effects. As a consequence, the journal is interdisciplinary and includes research from a variety of perspectives.
Constitutional analysis is the main focuses of the journal, but it also includes research on public policy, legal institutions, norms, and methodological issues.
The journal is published quarterly by Springer Verlag. Issues normally include 5 or 6 high quality papers on constitutional political economy, public choice, political theory, methodology, and law and economics.Officially cited as: Const Polit Econ
The problem of constitutional legitimation: what the debate on electoral quotas tells us about the legitimacy of decision-making rules in constitutional choice
Aris Trantidis (January 2017)
Managing judges mathematically: an empirical study of the medical malpractice litigations in Shanghai
Wei Zhang (January 2017)
Federalism and horizontal equity across Switzerland and Germany: a new rationale for a decentralized fiscal structure
Peter Schwarz (January 2017)
- Journal Title
- Constitutional Political Economy
- Volume 1 / 1990 - Volume 27 / 2016
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- Springer US
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