Contribution to Book
Ancillary Powers of Constitutional CourtsInstitutions and Public Law: Comparative Perspectives (2004)
AbstractThis chapter surveys powers of constitutional courts beyond the exercise of judicial review. It argues that the assignment of such powers is largely a result of the success of constitutional courts in their core role. More ancillary powers, however, risks destabilizing constitutional courts as they are drawn into major political conflicts.
- constitutional courts
EditorTom Ginsburg and Robert A. Kagan
PublisherPeter Lang Publishing
Citation InformationTom Ginsburg. "Ancillary Powers of Constitutional Courts" New YorkInstitutions and Public Law: Comparative Perspectives (2004)
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