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Voices, Spaces, and Processes in Constitutionalism

Colin Harvey (Editor), John Morison (Editor), Jo Shaw (Editor)
ISBN: 978-0-631-21884-5
160 pages
June 2000, Wiley-Blackwell
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This book explores debates in constitutionalism around the attempt to map the fragmented nature of governance in the new constitutional landscape of the UK, the EU and elsewhere. The book examines these issues at all levels from the EU through to the details of some of the new devolutionary schemes. As well as examining how constitutionalism operates at levels and in sites beyond the traditional ambit of structures and institutions, the essays seek to respond to the challenge of securing accountability and participation in the new climate.
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1. Integrative Models of Regulation: Internal Audits, Compliance and the 'Internal' Regulatory Space: Julia Black (London School of Economics and Political Science).

2. Constitutionalising Space: Europe and its Integration in to the Everyday: Damian Chalmers (London School of Economics and Political Science).

3. Constitutional Conversions: Mapping the Governance of the 'New Northern Ireland': Colin Harvey (Queen's University of Belfast).

4. Civility, Citizenship and the Government - Voluntary Sector Compacts: John Morison (Queen's University of Belfast).

5. Informal Law and Diverse Cities: Evaluating the Use of Mediation in Neighbourhood Disputes: Linda Mulcahy and Lee Summerfield (University of North London).

6. Substantive Accountability in the Regulatory State: Colin Scott (London School of Economics and Political Science).

7. Process and Constitutional Discourse in the European Union: Jo Shaw (University of Leeds).

8. A New Paradigm for Corporate Governance? Aristotle, Solomon, Zig Bauman and Corporate Citizenship: Sally Wheeler (University of Leeds).

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* Focuses on recent developments in constitutionalism and governance.
* Highly relevant to ongoing debates on devolution and international in the UK and elsewhere.
* Recognises the multi-layered nature of these trends and combines levels of analysis that are usually separated in the existing literature.
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