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Romania’s transnational constitution : a tradition of elite learning and self-empowerment

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This chapter takes as its starting point a substantial modification of the constitutional diffusion theory outlined in this section. Its theorization features actors instead of states, as the latter conception is too abstract and remote from the actual causes and motives that bring about constitutional diffusion (Hirschl 2013). By inquiring into agency, it is hoped that the black box of one East European State – Romania – may be opened up in order to find out who the actors are who actuall...

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10.1017/CBO9781139507509.022

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University of Oxford
Oxford college:
Wolfson College
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Social Sciences Division - Politics and International Relations

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Cristina E. Parau
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Cristina E. Parau
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Cambridge University Press Publisher's website
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497-531
Host title:
Social and Political Foundations of Constitutions
Publication date:
2013
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ora:10908
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9781107032880
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English
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