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Perspectives and Limits of Democracy

Preceedings of the 3rd Vienna Workshop on International Constitutional Law

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Democracy is basically considered to be the most important aspect of constitutions. Still, democracies all over the world are also facing major difficulties; some for exam-ple are being confronted with antidemocratic and fundamentalist movements. The proceedings feature articles on aspects of traditional democracies like India as well as on new democratic systems where a special focus is laid on ...
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Democracy is basically considered to be the most important aspect of constitutions. Still, democracies all over the world are also facing major difficulties; some for exam-ple are being confronted with antidemocratic and fundamentalist movements. The proceedings feature articles on aspects of traditional democracies like India as well as on new democratic systems where a special focus is laid on the influence of the European democratic concept on states in South Eastern Europe.
In addition to these specific issues of national democratic developments, concepts of democracy at an international level are evolving. Today, supranational and interna-tional organizations attain more and more far reaching powers. The so-called ‘de-mocratic deficit’ of the EU, WTO or other standard setting bodies beyond the state is more and more evident and has to be challenged.

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Veröffentlicht 2008, von Harald Eberhard, Konrad Lachmayer, Gregor Ribarov, Gerhard Thallinger bei Facultas

ISBN: 978-3-7089-0164-0
Auflage: 1. Auflage
Reihe: Schriften zum Internationalen und Vergleichenden Öffentlichen Recht
170 Seiten
20.5 cm x 14.3 cm

Über Harald Eberhard, Konrad Lachmayer, Gregor Ribarov, Gerhard Thallinger

Dr. Harald Eberhard ist Universitätsprofessor an der Wirtschaftsuniversität Wien.


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