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Call for Authors

The Max Planck Encyclopedia of Comparative Constitutional Law invites submissions from constitutional scholars and practitioners everywhere.

In more than 600 peer-reviewed entries, the Encyclopedia intends to cover all issues of constitutional law from a comparative perspective, involving scholars who represent all legal cultures. It is a comprehensive, inclusive reference work that allows the reader to study constitutional issues both in-depth and in context (historical, conceptual, regional), allowing for wide-ranging research into related areas and topics. As such, this project seeks to fill the gap between the growing academic and practical relevance of the field of Comparative Constitutional Law, on the one hand, and shortage of appropriate reference works, on the other.

Published online first, and in due course in print, by Oxford University Press, its purpose is to serve as a go-to source for constitutional scholars and practitioners everywhere.

The Encyclopedia has a closed list of topics in the field of comparative constitutional law. Please contact our Managing Editor at contact@mpeccol.de to receive the updated list of available topics and for any questions that you may have.