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 Browse by Research Fields, Courses and Disciplines The Research Fields, Courses and Disciplines (Australian Standard Research Classification) is published by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS catalogue number 1297.0) 1998. ABS data is used with permission from the Australian Bureau of Statistics -> 390000 Law, Justice and Law Enforcement -> 390100 Law -> 390103 Constitutionalism and Constitutional Law :

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Aroney, N. T. (2002) A commonwealth of commonwealths: Late nineteenth century conceptions of federalism and their impact on Australian federation 1890-1901. Journal of Legal History, 23 3: 253-290. doi:10.1080/01440362308539652 2109 1 0
Aroney, N. T. (2004). Althusius at the Antipodes: The Politica and Australian Federalism. In Frederick Carney, Heinz Schilling and Dieter Wyduckel (Ed.), Jurisprudenz, Politische Theorie und Politische Theologie 1 ed. (pp. 529-546) Germany: Duncker & Humblot. 438 2
Aroney, N. T. (2003) Another constitution for Australia: The bede harris proposal. Constitutional Law and Policy Review, 5 3: 51-60. 178  
Allan, James and Aroney, Nicholas (2008) An Uncommon Court: How the High Court of Australia Has Undermined Australian Federalism. Sydney Law Review, 30 2: 245-294. 354 2
Aroney, N. T. and Prasser, S. (2007) An upper house for Queensland: An idea whose time has come. Democratic Audit of Australia, 07 1: 1-9. 124  
Aroney, N. T. (1999) A public choice? Federalism and the prospects of a republican preamble. The University of Queensland Law Journal, 20 2: 262-293. 74  
Ratnapala, S., John, Thomas, Karean, Vanitha and Koch, Cornelia Australian constitutional law: Commentary and cases. Edited by Puddingburn Publishing Services South Melbourne, Vic, Australia: Oxford University Press, 2007. 278 4
Kemp, Ian (2002) Australian constitutional law: Foundations and theory [Book review]. University of Queensland Law Journal, 22 1: 164-167. 59  
Ratnapala, A. S. Australian constitutional law, foundations & theory 1 ed. Vic.: Oxford University Press, 2002. 395  
Fry, Thomas Penberthy Australian contributions to the evolution of parliamentary government. St. Lucia: University of Queensland, 1947. 41 37
Aroney, N. T. (2006). Bicameralism and representations of democracy. In: Proceedings of: Improving Government Accountability in Queensland : The Upper House Solution. Improving Government Accountability in Queensland : The Upper House Solution, Brisbane, Australia, (). 21 April 2006. 127  
Allan, J. F. P. (2007) Bills of rights as centralising instruments. Adelaide Law Review, 27 1: 183-198. 65  
Aroney, Nicholas (2007) Comparative Law in Australian constitutional jurisprudence. University of Queensland Law Journal, 26 2: 317-340. 123 1
Aroney, Nicholas (2008) Constitutional choices in the work choices case, or what exactly is wrong with the reserved powers doctrine?. Melbourne University Law Review, 32 1: 1-43. 231 7 3 Cited 5 times in Scopus5
Constitutional & International Law Perspectives. Edited by Moens, G. A. Qld: UQP, 2000. 35  
Constitutional politics : the republic referendum and the future. Edited by Mackerras, Malcolm, 1939- and Warhurst, John, 1948- St Lucia, Qld.: University of Queensland Press, 2002. 196 321
Jull, Peter (1998). Constitutional Work In Progress: Reconciliation And Renewal In Indigenous Australia And The World: A Background Paper On Indigenous Constitutional Reform Prepared For Indigenous Practitioners Per Indigenous Law Centre, University Of New South Wales, Sydney. 1244 1339
Aroney, N T (2006). Democracy, Community and Representation. In: International Political Science Association. 20th World Congress of the International Political Science Ass, Fukuoka, Japan, (). July 2006. 69  
Preece, A. A. (2001). Democracy - its survivability. In Tom Round and Charles Sampford (Ed.), Beyond the Republic 1 ed. (pp. 107-118) NSW: Foundation Press. 24  
Preece, A. A. (2000). Democracy & the economic system. In: Annual Conference of the Australian Society of Legal Philosophers. Annual Conference of the Australian Society of Legal Philosophers, ANU, (). 29.4.00. 32  
Melbourne, Alexander Clifford Vernon, 1888-1943. Early constitutional development in Australia : New South Wales, 1788-1856, Queensland 1859-1922 (with notes to 1963 by the editor) [2nd ed.] ed. Edited by Joyce, R. B. (Roger Bilbrough), 1924- St. Lucia, Qld.: University of Queensland Press, 1963. 3 3
Vaughan, Michael (2012). Electing a US President. 131 1
Ratnapala, A. S. (2006). Environmentalism versus constitutionalism: A contest without winners. In: Environmentalism versus constitutionalism: A contest without winners. Joint Meeting of the Law and Economics Association of New Zealand and the New Zealand Association of Economists, Wellington, New Zealand, (1-37). 28 June 2006. 97 1
Preece, A. (2001). Establishing & maintaining democratic institutions. In: author, Conf. of the Australian Defence Force Academy, Canberra, ACT, (). 7 July 2001. 30  
Aroney, Nicholas T. (2005). Federal constitutionalism: European constitutionalism in comparative perspective. In F. H. van der Burg, A. K. Koekkoek;, voorw. Paul Zoontjens and Hans Peters (Ed.), Getuigend staatsrecht: Liber amicorum A.K. Koekkoek (pp. 229-251) Nijmegen, The Netherlands: Wolf Legal Publishers. 493 8
Trone, J. Federal Constitutions and International Relations 1 ed. QLD: UQPress, 2001. 37  
Ratnapala, A. S. (1999). Federalism as a response to ethnic regionalism. In I. Copeland and J. Rickard (Ed.), Federalism : comparative perspectives from India and Australia (pp. 113-136) New Delhi: Manohar. 58  
Aroney, N. T. (2000). Federal representation and the framers of the Australian Constitution. In G. Moens (Ed.), Constitutional and international law perspectives: Achievements and challenges (pp. 13-53) Brisbane, Queensland: University of Queensland Press. 149  
Preece, A. A. (2000). Financial powers of the upper house. In: -, National Law Postgraduate Students Annual Conference. National Law Postgraduate Students Annual Conference, University of Sydney, (). 11 November 2000. 37  
Preece, A. A. (2002) Financial Powers of Upper Houses. University of Notre Dame Law Review, 4 December 2002: 115-143. 37  
Aroney, N. T. (2003). Fiscal competition. In Raoul Blindenbacher and Arnold Koller (Ed.), Federalism in a changing world: Learning from each other 1 ed. (pp. 492-501) Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press. 45  
Trone, J. B. (1999) Foreign affairs and the United States constitution. International Trade & Business Law, 4 -: 179-284. 28  
Aroney, N. T. (2006) Formation, representation and amendment in federal constitutions. The American Journal of Comparative Law, 54 2: 277-336. 328 2 5 Cited 3 times in Scopus3
Aroney, N. T. (2003) Fundamental law and constitutional rights in India and Australia. Indian Socio-Legal Journal, 29 1+2: 89-98. 183  
Orr, G. (2007). Government communication and the law. In Young, S. (Ed.), Government Communication in Australia (pp. 19-35) Melbourne: Cambridge University Press. 78  
Ratnapala, A.S. (2001) Government under the law: The ebb and flow of sovereignty in Australia. The University of New South Wales Law Journal, 24 3: 670-687. 75  
Aroney, N. T. (2002). Griffith's Vision of Australian Federalism. In Dr M. White and A. Rahemtula (Ed.), Sir Samuel Griffith: The law and the constitution 1 ed. (pp. 179-201) NSW: Thomson Lawbook Co. 78  
Aroney, N. T. (2002) Imagining a federal commonwealth: Australian conceptions of federalism, 1890-1901. Federal Law Review, 30 2: 265-294. 397 1
Aroney, N. T. (2001). Implied constitutional rights: Implications & references. In Tony Blackshield, Michael Coper and George Williams (Ed.), The Oxford companion to the high court of Australia (pp. 336-337) Vic: Oxford University Press. 242  
Aroney, Nicholas (1998) It's your constitution: Governing Australia today by Cheryl Saunders. Australian Law Librarian, 6 2: 134-135. 94  
Forbes, J. R. (1999). Judicial tidy-up or takeover? Centralism's next stage. In: Upholding the Australian Constitution. Eleventh Conference of the Samuel Griffith Society, Melbourne, (145-185). 9-11 July 1999. 30  
Aroney, Nicholas (2006) Justice McHugh, Representative Government and the Elimination of Balancing. The Sydney Law Review, 28 3: 505-534. 381 6
Aroney, N. T. (2005) Lost in translation: From political communication to legal communication?. University of New South Wales Law Journal, 28 3: 833-841. 444 1
Preece, A. (2001). Maintaining the integrity of the democratic system. In: Key Centre for Law and Government and Griffith University, Governance & Justice. Governance & Justice Conference 2001, Griffith University, (). 9 July 2001. 32  
Ratnapala, A. S. (2006). Moral Capital and Commercial Society. In Robert Higgs and Carl Close (Ed.), The Challenge of Liberty : Classical Liberalism Today (pp. 97-121) California, USA: The Independent Institute. 351 6
Aroney, Nicholas (2000) Mueller on European federation: A reply from the perspective of Australian federalism. Public Choice, 105 3-4: 255-272. doi:10.1023/A:1005125807405 64   2 Cited 2 times in Scopus2 0
Trone, John (1999) New Zealand consolidated treatylist, as at 31 Dec 1996. Part 1: Multilateral treaties. Part 2: Bilateral treaties (1997). International Trade & Business Law Annual, 4 323-324. 32  
Orr, G. (2007) Political disclosure regulation in Australia: Lackadaisical law. Election Law Journal, 6 1: 72-88. doi:10.1089/elj.2006.6006 150 5 0
Aroney, Nicholas (2006) Politics, law and the constitution in McCawley's case. Melbourne University Law Review, 30 3: 605-656. 360 5
Knight, Stephen (2004) Principles of Australian public law. University of Queensland Law Journal, 23 2: 504-508. 281  

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