Review of Constitutional Studies
Rev Consititut Stud
The Review of Constitutional Studies is the Centre's formal academic journal and the articles published in the Review have been peer reviewed. As with all the Centre's activities, the Review draws from many disciplines, including law, history, economics, political science, sociology and philosophy. While the Review certainly provides a forum for the discussion of the nuts and bolts of constitutionalism, it is intended to reach beyond the practical operations of constitutions to a discussion of the theories that drive constitutionalism and explain its strengths and weaknesses and general operation. In addition to original scholarly articles, the Review of Constitutional Studies also publishes review essays and book reviews.
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