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Markets, Constitutions, and Inequality

Edited by: Anna Chadwick, Eleonora Lozano-Rodríguez, Andrés Palacios-Lleras, Javier Solana

ISBN13: 9781032044033
To be Published: September 2022
Publisher: Routledge
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £120.00



This interdisciplinary collection examines the significance of constitutions in setting the terms and conditions upon which market economies operate.

With some important exceptions, most notably from the tradition of Latin American constitutionalism, scholarship on constitutional law has paid negligible attention to questions of how constitutions relate to economic phenomena. A considerable body of literature has debated the due limits of the exercise of executive and legislative power, and discussions about legitimacy, democracy, and the adjudication of rights (civil and political, and socio-economic) abound, yet scant attention has been paid by constitutional lawyers to the ways in constitutions may protect and empower economic actors, and to how constitutions might influence the regulation and governance of specific markets. The contributors to this collection mobilise insights from other disciplines - including economic theory, history and sociology - and consider the relationship between constitutional frameworks and bodies of law - including property law, criminal law, tax law, financial regulation, and human rights law - to advance understanding of how constitutions relate to markets and to the political economy.

This book’s analysis of the role constitutions play in shaping markets will appeal to scholars and students in law, economics, history, politics, and sociology.

Subjects:
Constitutional and Administrative Law
Contents:
Introduction
Anna Chadwick, Eleonora Lozano, Andrés Palacios Lleras, Javier Solana
Part 1 – The Constitutional Embeddedness of Markets
1. The Constitutional Disembeddedness of Markets
Anna Chadwick
2. Law of Nature, Law of Man: Economic Theories of Constitutions and the Normative Question
Beniamino Callegari
Part 2 – Markets, Constitutions, and Inequality: Legal Regimes
3. The Law and Political Economy of Health Care in the United States
Ximena Benavides
4. Fiscal Sustainability and its Jurisprudential Evolution: the Fraight Dialogue Between the Economy and the Law
Eleonora Lozano Rodriguez
5. The Paradoxes of a Progressive Constitution and Neoliberal Food Regime
Ramón Fogel, Roni Paredes & Sintya Valdez
6. Protecting Property: Crime Control and Constitutional Organisation of Neoliberal Governance in Colombia
Esteban Isaza, Julio C. Montañez & Fernando León Tamayo Arboleda
7. Market Efficiency as a Directive Principle of EU Monetary Policy
Javier Solana
8. Rethinking the Historic Models of the Role of Constitutions in Shaping Patterns of Inequality: Iberian Constitutionalism, Common Property, and Colonialism
Julia McClure
9. The Three Globalizations of Law and the Constitutional Protection of Property Rights Over Land in Colombia and China
Jorge Andrés Contreras Calderón
10. Private Property, Popular Sovereignty, and the Constitutional Foundations of Economic Regulation in the Americas
Andrés Palacios Lleras
11. Multinationals, Inequality, and a Competition Law Response: Lessons from the East India Company
Amber Darr
Afterword: Markets, Constitutions, and Inequality in the 21st Century
Andrés Palacios Lleras