Elgar Studies in Law and Politics
Series editor: Justin Levitt, Loyola Law School, Los Angeles, US
This series examines the infrastructure of collective governance: the legal regulation of the political realm and political catalysts for legal change. Its depth of focus expands and contracts with the subject of each volume, from the micromechanics of local electoral struggles to the rise and fall of constitutional democracy. With expert and interdisciplinary analysis drawing on law, political science, history, and social psychology, the series aims to interrogate the actors, institutions, and structures of political engagement. The series highlights new modes of mobilization and contestation as well as new perspectives on familiar but enduring controversies. Both monographs and edited collections are welcomed.