This part of the Symposium seeks to answer a number of interesting questions. One is how Western lawyers may influence the constitutional drafting processes in other areas of the globe. A second question is whether, as the basis for a market economy, property rights should be the subject of constitutional entrenchment. I will address this second question. In doing so, I will examine the draft constitutions currently being negotiated in the countries of Central and Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union.
Drafting Constitutions: Property Rights in Central and Eastern Europe,
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