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Free trade federalism in Australia and the European Union: Judicial delimitation of legislative competence

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The Commonwealth of Australia and the European Union were each formed, in large part, with the goal of creating an internal market spanning the territory of all the constituent States, but with the intention that those constituent States should continue to enjoy a considerable measure of legislative autonomy to pass diverse laws for their own polities. In each case, this was to be achieved by the establishment of a federal (or federal-like) structure with a constitutional document adopted...

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Somerville College, Oxford
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Graduate Scholarship
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DPhil
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University of Oxford

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