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Oxford Constitutional Theory has rapidly established itself as the primary point of reference for theoretical reflections on the growing interest in constitutions and constitutional law in domestic, regional and global contexts. The majority of the works published in the series are monographs that advance new understandings of their subject. But the series aims to provide a forum for further innovation in the field by also including well-conceived edited collections that bring a variety of perspectives and disciplinary approaches to bear on specific themes in constitutional thought and by publishing English translations of leading monographs in constitutional theory that have originally been written in languages other than English.
Series editor Martin Loughlin, Professor of Public Law, London School of Economics, Series editor John P. McCormick, Professor of Political Science, University of Chicago, and Series editor Neil Walker, Regius Professor of Public Law, University of Edinburgh