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Judging Social Rights

Published on Jun 29, 2012
Jeff King1
Estimated H-index: 1
Abstract
1. Aims and methods Part I. The Case for Constitutional Social Rights: 2. The case for social rights 3. The value of courts in light of the alternatives 4. A basic interpretive approach Part II. A Theory of Judicial Restraint: 5. Institutional approaches to judicial restraint 6. Democratic legitimacy 7. Polycentricity 8. Expertise 9. Flexibility Part III. Incrementalism: 10. Incrementalism as a general theme.
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