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Ukrainian Legal Doctrine: Volume 2: Ukranian Public Law Doctrine

Edited by: V. la. Tatsyi, William Butler

ISBN13: 9780854902064
Published: July 2016
Publisher: Wildy, Simmonds and Hill Publishing
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
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Volume two of the most substantial treatise ever published on Ukrainian legal doctrine is dedicated to public law. Section One treats constitutional law doctrine, including the concept of the social State, forms of rule, and constitutional justice. Section Two turns to administrative law. Section Three considers doctrinal issues of financial law, taxation, budget law, and banking law. In Section Four attention is given to the correlation of international and municipal law, problems of international security, membership in international organizations, and the jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights. Section Five addresses the challenges of information law.

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Contents:
Preface
Introduction to the Translation
General Outline of Work

SECTION 1. CONSTITUTIONAL LAW DOCTRINE OF UKRAINE

1.1 Contemporary Constitutional Law Doctrine of Ukraine;
1.2 Theoretical and Methodological Foundations of the System and Structure of the Constitutional Law of Ukraine;
1.3 Principle of the Social State: Individual Issues of Constitutional Law Doctrine and Practice at the Contemporary Stage;
1.4 Essence of Constitutionalism, Constitutional Doctrine, and Principal Doctrinal Approaches to Definition of the Constitutional System;
1.5 Constitutional Consolidation of the Forms of Government: Historical and Modern Experience;
1.6 Doctrine of Competence of Constitutional Justice in Ukraine: Thoroughness and Actuality;

SECTION 2. ADMINISTRATIVE LAW DOCTRINE OF UKRAINE

2.1 Science of Administrative Law of Ukraine: Concept, Subject-Matter, and Methodology of Research of Administrative Legal Relations;
2.2 Some Problems of the Social Designation of Administrative Law of Ukraine;
2.3 General Provisions of the Conception of Foreign and Domestic Policy of Ukraine;
2.4 Problems of the Introduction of International-Legal Standards of Administrative Activity and Administrative Proceedings;
2.5 Doctrine of Control and Supervision in Organizational-Administrative Relations;
2.6 Regime Regulation: Formative Segment of Doctrine of Administrative Law;
2.7 Theoretical Legal Foundations of an Administrative Proceeding: Problems and Prospects;
2.8 Doctrine of Administrative Jurisdiction in the Theory and Practice of the Realization of Authoritative Powers;
2.9 Alternative (Extra-Judicial) Means of Dispute Settlement as Effective Means of Defense of Rights and Interests of Citizens and Juridical Persons;

SECTION 3. DOCTRINAL PROBLEMS OF FINANCIAL LAW

3.1 Doctrine of Financial Law and Financial Legislation in the Modern Period;
3.2 Doctrinal Problems of Forming the System of Financial Law;
3.3 Contemporary System of Sources of Financial Law;
3.4 Doctrinal Aspects of Public Financial Control;
3.5 Theoretical Problems of Budget Revenues;
3.6 Methodological Issues of Tax Doctrine of Ukraine;
3.7 Doctrinal Problems of the Taxation Process;
3.8 Doctrinal Issues of Banking Law of Ukraine;

SECTION 4. INTERNATIONAL-LEGAL DOCTRINE OF UKRAINE

4.1 Ukrainian Doctrine of the Correlation of International and National Law;
4.2 The Problem of International Security in the Ukrainian Science of International Law;
4.3 International-Legal Doctrine of Ukraine on Membership in Inter-State Unions;
4.4 European Court of Human Rights: New Challenges and Prospects;

SECTION 5. DOCTRINAL PROBLEMS OF INFORMATION LAW OF UKRAINE

5.1 Problems of Systemic Ordering of Social Relations in the Information Sphere of Ukraine;
5.2 Conceptual Foundations of the Codification of Information Legislation of Ukraine;
5.3 Legal Foundations of the Development of Information Technologies and Ensuring Information Security;
5.4 Legal Problems of Counteracting New Challenges, Threats, and Violations in the Information Sphere;

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