Justiciability And Constitutionalism: An Economic Analysis Of Law

  • Date Published 11/04/2019
Justiciability And Constitutionalism: An Economic Analysis Of Law
Justiciability And Constitutionalism: An Economic Analysis Of Law

This book, Justiciability and Constitutionalism: an Economic Analysis of Law comes at a time when in several jurisdiction globally and within the African Continent, the question of justiciability of social economic rights have moved from mere rhetorics to taking positive and concrete steps in the realisation of the rights. India has been a trail blazer in this area. It has now become an imperative that States should move away from the hitherto dichotomous treatment of rights into civil and political rights contained in Chapter IV which are enforceable and economic and socio-cultural rights contained in Chapter II which are still regarded as non-justiciable in many jurisdictions including Nigeria.

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Book Chapters

  • Preliminary Pages Prereliminary Pages
  • Chapter 1Econometrics Of The Justiciability Proposition
  • Chapter 2History, Objectives And Implications Of Entrenchment Of Fundamental Objectives And Directive Principles Of State Policy In The Nigerian Constitution
  • Chapter 3Non-justiciability: Judicial Avoidance Or Judicial Timidity
  • Chapter 4Justiciability Of Socio-economic Rights In The Constitution And The Political Question
  • Chapter 5Natural Resources, Financial Empowerment And The Justiciability Question
  • Chapter 6The Constitutionality Of The Justiciability Question
  • Chapter 7Political And Economic Stability And The Justiciability Question
  • Chapter 8Legal Arguments For The Non-justiciability Of Chapter 2 Of The 1999 Constitution
  • Chapter 10Between Chapter Two And Chapter Four Of The 1999 Constitution: Justifying Economic, Social And Cultural Rights In Support Of Civil And Political Rights
  • Chapter 11Socio-economic Consequences Of Non- Justiciability Of The Fundamental Objectives And Directive Principles Of State Policy
  • Chapter 12A Panoramic Survey Of The Jurisprudence Of Indian And Nigerian Courts On The Justiciability Of Fundamental Objectives And Directive Principles Of State Policy
  • Chapter 13Fundamental Objectives And Directive Principles Of State Policy, Executive Responsibility And The Justiciability Dilemma
  • Chapter 14Enforcing The Good Governance Charter: Judicial And Non-judicial Approaches To Economic, Social And Cultural Rights Under Chapter Two Of The 1999 Nigerian Constitution
  • Chapter 15The State Of Socio-economic Rights In Nigeria: Exploring The Potential Of Law To Further The Development Goals Of Nigeria
  • Chapter 16Justiciability Debate On The Provisions Of Chapter Ii Of The Constitution: Implications For Growth And National Development In Nigeria
  • Chapter 17An Economical Impact Assessment Of The Fundamental Objectives And Directive Principles Of State Policy Of The Federal Republic Of Nigeria
  • General IndexGeneral Index

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