16 Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies 413 (2009)
Global constitutionalization is a recent phenomenon that is decisively changing the character of the international order. This argument was put forward recently by scholars of international law and has gained significance in the institutional school of thought. However, the notion of "global constitutionalization" is often used imprecisely and has so far been largely neglected in the field of international relations. It still lacks a consistent and operational definition, which would enable political scientists and international relations scholars to conduct empirical research. This article explores a preliminary framework for the concept of global constitutionalization.
Global Constitutionalism – Process and Substance, Symposium. Kandersteg, Switzerland, January 17-20, 2008
"Emerging Patterns of Global Constitutionalization: Toward a Conceptual Framework,"
Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies: Vol. 16:
2, Article 3.
Available at: https://www.repository.law.indiana.edu/ijgls/vol16/iss2/3