Comparative law in legislative drafting : the increasing importance of dialogue amongst parliaments / Nicola Lupo and Lucia Scaffardi (eds.).
- Machine generated contents note: 1.Introduction. The Uses of Comparative Law in Legislative Drafting / Lucia Scaffardi -- 2.Legislation as Transplantation / Daphne Barak-Erez -- pt. I European Experiences -- 3.The Influence of Comparative Law on the Portuguese Parliament and the Legislative Process / Anna Ciammariconi -- 4.`Foreign Influence' in EU Lawmaking: The Case of the European Parliament / Cristina Fasone -- 5.The EU-Driven Foreign Influences on Legislation in Romania / Irina Ionescu -- 6.Legal Transplants in the Spanish Parliamentary Architecture and Legislative Decision-Making / Jordi Jaria I Manzano -- 7.Foreign Influences on (the Procedure and Content of) the Italian Legislative Process / Giovanni Rizzoni -- 8.The Use of Comparative Law in the Legislative Process at Westminster / Elin Weston -- pt. II International Experiences -- 9.Legal Transplants in the Australian Legal System / Carolyn Popp -- 10.Brazilian Legislator's Vocation for Using Foreign Law / Julio Pinheiro Faro Homem de Siqueira -- 11.The Influence of Comparative Law in South African Law / Vlad Movshovich -- 12.Foreign Flavours in the American Legislative Sausage? / Alberto Vespaziani -- 13.Shaping Law through Inter-Parliamentary Cooperation: The Case of Canada / Catherine Skinner -- 14.Foreign Influences on the Legislative Process in Namibia / Irene Spigno -- 15.Channeling Foreign Law Models into Domestic Legislation: A First Inquiry on the Making of the Chinese Environmental Protection Laws / Jie Zhou.
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