Chicago Journal of International Law
Globalization, some legal scholars suggest, is a force that makes increasing convergence among different countries' constitutions more or less inevitable. This Essay explores this hypothesis by analyzing both the logic-and potential limits-to four differe
Kermit L. Hall, James W. Ely and Joel B. Grossman
Oxford University Press
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Rosalind Dixon & Eric Posner, "The Limits of Constitutional Convergence," 11 Chicago Journal of International Law 399 (2011).