Voices, Spaces, and Processes in Constitutionalism
June 2000, Wiley-Blackwell
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).
* 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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