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Law in the Making: A Comparative Survey

Edited by: Alessandro Pizzorusso

ISBN13: 9783642730542
Published: July 2012
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
Country of Publication: Germany
Format: Paperback (Hardback in 1988)
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The primary objective of the studies reported in this volume is the analysis of the legislative process in parliamentary and other Western countries and in the European Community, in order to elaborate on fundamental categories. Also reported is a study of the application of information technology in legislative activities. In particular, the main aim of this research is to evaluate the relations between the sources of law systems operating in the various legal systems and the corresponding forms of government and to establish to what extent legislative techniques depend on the form of government in a given country, and vice-versa. All the studies are developed using comparative methods, take into account data concerning various countries and are based on separate analyses of each by the respective national legal scholars.

Subjects:
Comparative Law
Contents:
The Law-Making Process as a Juridical and Political Activity.
Constitutional Systems and Sources of Law.
Constitutional Law between Statutory Law and Higher Law.
Statute and Statutory Instrument in the Evolution of European Constitutional Systems.
Constitutional Jurisdiction as Law-Making.
Collective Bargaining as Agreement and as Law: Neo
Contractualist and Neo
Corporative Tendencies of our Age.
Central Law and Peripheral Law.
The Law-Making Process in the European Communities.
Problems of the Legislative Process in the Socialist Countries of Europe.
Some Specific Elements Concerning the Legislative Process of the S.F.R. of Yugoslavia.
Software for the Legislator.
Annex I: How the Research was Carried out.
Annex II: Guidelines for National Reporters.
Subject Index.