The constitutional politics of socio-economic rights: proceduralism ‘writ large’
This policy brief examines the constitutional protection of socio-economic rights in their relationship to the political process.
How should constitutional courts approach claims of socio-economic rights? Should they defer to politically elected bodies? If not, what kind of arguments should judges employ in their reasoning?
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