6 issues per year of 160 pages
The Comparative Constitutional Review is a peer-reviewed Russian-language scientific journal, featuring only the best scholarly papers of both recognized and young Russian and foreign experts in the field of law, political science, economics, history and philosophy.
The journal is a leading platform for advancing the comparative study of constitutional law and the deeper understanding of topical and complex issues of the functioning of the modern state and the legal status of individuals in it. Published in six issues per year, it contains articles on theory and practice of constitutional law, constitutional developments over the world plus case reviews of all the most relevant decisions and judgements of the Russian Constitutional Court, as well as book reviews.
Is the 33rd place (out of 293) in the SCIENCE INDEX rating for 2018 on the theme “State and law” (www.elibrary.ru).
Published with the financial support of:
Those “Atlanteans” who “hold the sky on stone hands”.
Olga Sidorovich – editor-in-chief
Andrey Rumyantsev – deputy editor-in chief
Alexandra Troitskaya – deputy editor-in chief
Anastasia Kretsul – executive secretary
Ksenia Eggert – executive secretary
Daria Uvarova – editor
Grant Newman – editor of english texts
Luneva Ekaterina – translator
Dmitri Sitchinava – translator
Talented and creative professionals. Versatility and brightness of ideas-these are their main qualities.
Our senior colleagues. Experienced teachers and practitioners are always ready to help with the directions of development of the journal.
We invite Russian and foreign authors to publish articles on various issues of constitutional and legal issues, comparative legal and political studies on the pages of the journal.
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