The constitutional protection of economic rights

By: Terence Daintith *

“The shape of constitutions has changed greatly in the last fifty years or so. During this time, the new or substantially revised constitutions that have accompanied major changes in the political or economic order of states have almost always included extensive lists of individual rights for recognition or protection, and, normally, such lists have included rights bearing particularly on the economic life and well-being of subjects…”

Read the whole article here / tamakkerlugu uani atuarneqarsinnaavoq:
Constitutions economy

* Professor of Law, Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, University of London, School of Law, University of Western Australia.

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