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A Europe of rights : the impact of the ECHR on national legal systems

Author: Helen Keller; Alec Stone Sweet
Publisher: Oxford : Oxford university press, 2012, cop. 2008.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : ReprintedView all editions and formats
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The European Convention on Human Rights has evolved into a sophisticated legal system, whose formal reach into the domestic law and politics of the Contracting States is limited only by the ever-widening scope of the Convention itself, as determined by a transnational court. In this book, a team of distinguished scholars trace and evaluate, comparatively, the impact of the ECHR and the European Court of Human Rights  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Zborniki
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Helen Keller; Alec Stone Sweet
ISBN: 9780199535262 0199535264
OCLC Number: 1090337841
Description: XL, 852 str. : tabele ; 24 cm.
Responsibility: edited by Helen Keller and Alec Stone Sweet.

Abstract:

The European Convention on Human Rights has evolved into a sophisticated legal system, whose formal reach into the domestic law and politics of the Contracting States is limited only by the ever-widening scope of the Convention itself, as determined by a transnational court. In this book, a team of distinguished scholars trace and evaluate, comparatively, the impact of the ECHR and the European Court of Human Rights on law and politics in eighteen national systems: Ireland-UK; France-Germany, Italy-Spain, Belgium-Netherlands, Norway-Sweden, Greece-Turkey, Russia-Ukraine, Poland-Slovakia, and Austria-Switzerland. Although the Court's jurisprudence has provoked significant structural, procedural, and policy innovation in every State examined, its impact varies widely across States and legal domains.

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