Simposio en Derechos Sociales en Latinoamérica - Universidad de Texas

Un interesante simposio sobre derechos sociales en Latinoamérica se publicó en el último número de la Texas Law Review. Aquí: (Tomado de HeinOnlina)
 Issue 7 - June 2011 
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  •  Table of Contents - Issue 7 
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  •  Models of Democracy and Models of Constitutionalism: The Case of Chile's Constitutional Court, 1970-2010Symposium: Latin American Constitutionalism: Section I: Models of Constitutionalism: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives 
    Couso, Javier
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  •  Grafting Social Rights onto Hostile Constitutions Symposium: Latin American Constitutionalism: Section I: Models of Constitutionalism: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives 
    Gargarella, Roberto
       -  Page 1537
  •  Constitutional Emergencies in Argentina: The Romans (Not the Judges) Have the Solution Symposium: Latin American Constitutionalism: Section I: Models of Constitutionalism: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives 
    Rosenkrantz, Carlos
       -  Page 1557
  •  Recent Transformation of Constitutional Law in Latin America: Trends and Challenges, The Symposium: Latin American Constitutionalism: Section I: Models of Constitutionalism: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives 
    Uprimny, Rodrigo
       -  Page 1587
  •  Courts and Social Change: Lessons from the Struggle to Universalize Access to HIV/AIDS Treatment in Argentina Symposium: Latin American Constitutionalism: Section II: Social and Economic Rights 
    Bergallo, Paola
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  •  Harming the Poor through Social Rights Litigation: Lessons from Brazil Symposium: Latin American Constitutionalism: Section II: Social and Economic Rights 
    Ferraz, Octavio Luiz Motta
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  •  Beyond the Courtroom: The Impact of Judicial Activism on Socioeconomic Rights in Latin AmericaSymposium: Latin American Constitutionalism: Section II: Social and Economic Rights 
    Rodriguez-Garavito, Cesar
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  •  Transcript: Social and Economic Rights and the Colombian Constitutional Court Symposium: Latin American Constitutionalism: Section II: Social and Economic Rights 
    Cepeda-Espinoza, Manuel Jose
       -  Page 1699
  •  Latin American Presidentialism in Comparative and Historical Perspective Symposium: Latin American Constitutionalism: Section III: Constitutional Structure 
    Cheibub, Jose AntonioElkins, ZacharyGinsburg, Tom
       -  Page 1707
  •  Matter of the Few: Dynamics of Constitutional Change in Chile, 1990-2010, A Symposium: Latin American Constitutionalism: Section III: Constitutional Structure 
    Fuentes, Claudio A.
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  •  Shifting Constitutional Designs in Latin America: A Two-Level Explanation Symposium: Latin American Constitutionalism: Section III: Constitutional Structure 
    Negretto, Gabriel L.
       -  Page 1777
  •  Politics of Amendment Processes: Supreme Court Influence in the Design of Judicial Councils, TheSymposium: Latin American Constitutionalism: Section III: Constitutional Structure 
    Pozas-Loyo, AndreaRios-Figueroa, Julio
       -  Page 1807
  •  Inter-American Court and Constitutionalism in Latin America, The Symposium: Latin American Constitutionalism: Section IV: Constitutional Review 
    Garcia-Sayan, Diego
       -  Page 1835
  •  Mexican Supreme Court's (Sexual) Revolution, The Symposium: Latin American Constitutionalism: Section IV: Constitutional Review 
    Madrazo, AlejandroVela, Estefania
       -  Page 1863
  •  Unending Quest for Land: The Tale of Broken Constitutional Promises, The Symposium: Latin American Constitutionalism: Section V: Constitutional Approaches to Property Rights 
    Garcia, Helena Alviar
       -  Page 1895
  •  Property in the Post-Post-Revolution: Notes on the Crisis of the Constitutional Idea of Property in Contemporary Mexico Symposium: Latin American Constitutionalism: Section V: Constitutional Approaches to Property Rights 
    Azuela, Antonio
       -  Page 1915
  •  Social and Economic Rights in Latin America: Constitutional Courts and the Prospects for Pro-Poor Interventions Symposium: Latin American Constitutionalism: Section VI: Commentary 
    Brinks, Daniel M.Forbath, William
       -  Page 1943
  •  Comparative Constitutional Law and Property: Responses to Alviar and Azuela Symposium: Latin American Constitutionalism: Section VI: Commentary 
    Engle, Karen
       -  Page 1957
  •  Courts in Latin America and the Constraints of the Civil Law Tradition Symposium: Latin American Constitutionalism: Section VI: Commentary 
    Comella, Victor Ferreres
       -  Page 1967
  •  Constitutional Structure in Latin America Symposium: Latin American Constitutionalism: Section VI: Commentary 
    Hartlyn, Jonathan
       -  Page 1977
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