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International Election Principles: Democracy & the Rule of Law

International Election Principles: Democracy & the Rule of Law
Product Code: 5010058
Editor: John Hardin Young
Publication Date: January 2009
ISBN: 978-1-60442-257-3
Page Count: 546
Trim Size: 6 x 9 Paperback
Sponsoring Entities: Section of Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice
Topics: Administrative Law, Government Law, International Law
Format: Book - 5010058
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About the Book

International Election Principles is a practical resource covering standards, rules, and other criteria that apply to elections around the world. The book is designed to help attorneys (and others observing or otherwise participating in the electoral process) understand the general standards and theoretical complexities of the field. Some of the chapter authors focus on collaborative efforts of non-governmental organizations and similar institutions to strengthen electoral procedures; others use comparative assessments to review election doctrines. Each author presents core principles to explain electoral processes and examines democratic elections in a broader political context. This comprehensive resource will help unite theory and practice in this rapidly evolving field.
What Others Are Saying

"International Election Principles fills an important hole in election law literature. With this one book, readers get a readily understandable examination of election law principles and exposure to the many different ways that countries around the world have implemented these principles."

Sara Sampson, Law Library Journal

"International Election Principles goes beyond the traditional doctrine by providing solutions and setting forth a detailed methodology for the problems that plague elections internationally."

James Roosevelt, Jr.
President and CEO, Tufts Health Plan
Waltham, MA

International Election Principles helps readers with varied backgrounds to appreciate the multifaceted requirements for a successful election and to put into context the reasons why some problems occur and how they can be avoided."

Miki Kase
Senior Fellow, Okazaki Institute
Tokyo, Japan

"This book is part of the important task of proposing standards, rules, and criteria that can be used by those who observe, report and ultimately assess elections."

Andrew F. Popper
Professor of Law, American University
Washington, DC
More Information

Table of Contents PDF
Foreword PDF
Preface PDF
About the Authors PDF
Introduction PDF
Sample Chapter PDF

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