Central and Eastern Europe After Transition: Towards a New Socio-legal Semantics

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Professor Alberto Febbrajo, Professor Wojciech Sadurski
Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., Feb 28, 2013 - Law - 374 pages

How have national identities changed, developed and reacted in the wake of transition from communism to democracy in Central and Eastern Europe? Central and Eastern Europe After Transition defines and examines new autonomous differences adopted at the state and the supranational level in the post-transitional phase of the post-Communist area, and considers their impact on constitutions, democracy and legal culture. With representative contributions from older and newer EU members, the book provides a broad set of cultural points for reference. Its comparative and interdisciplinary approach includes a useful selection of bibliographical resources specifically devoted to the Central Eastern European countries' transitions.

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About the author (2013)

Alberto Febbrajo is Professor of Law at the University of Macerata, Italy, and a former Rector of the university. Wojciech Sadurski is Professor of Law at the University of Sydney, and former Dean of the Law dept, European University Institute, Florence, Italy.

Jirí Pribán, Alberto Febbrajo, Paul Blokker, Wojciech Sadurski, Daniel Smilov, Grazyna Skapska, Zdenek Kühn, Daniela Piana, Paulina Polak, David Nelken, Gisela Shaw, Vittorio Olgiati, Stefania Porfiri.

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