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Economic Constitutionalism in a Turbulent World by Lisa Mardikian

Economic Constitutionalism in a Turbulent World, a book edited by Achilles Skordas (Professor Emeritus, University of Bristol), Gábor Halmai (Professor of Comparative Constitutional Law, Law Department, EUI) and Lisa Mardikian (Senior Lecturer in Law, Brunel Law School), has recently been published by Edward Elgar Publishing.

Exploring the intricacies and durability of economic constitutionalism discourse during tumultuous times such as the 2008 economic crisis, Brexit, and the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic and Russian invasion of Ukraine, this insightful book offers a systematic analysis of the concept's origins, functions, and normative aspects in European and global governance.

Incorporating contemporary theoretical frameworks, it highlights the continued relevance of economic constitutionalism as a crucial subject of study.

 The book is available via this LINK