Constitutional Political Economy
Constitutional Political Economy offers a forum for research in the broad area of constitutional analysis, which lies at the intersection of several approaches in modern economics, sharing a common interest in the systematic integration of the institutional dimension - the study of political, legal and moral institutions - into economic analysis.
Grounded in economics, Constitutional Political Economy is explicitly interdisciplinary. It encourages exchange and dialogue extending across a range of social sciences, including law, philosophy, political science and sociology. The journal publishes theoretical and empirical research, as well as contributions to constitutional policy issues.
- 26 Volumes
- 94 Issues
- 569 Articles
- 2 Open Access
- 1990 - 2015 Available between
Jan-Otmar Hesse (March 2015)
Becoming an open democratic capitalist society: a two-century historical perspective on Germany’s evolving political economy
Steven B. Webb (March 2015)
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