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Affirmative Action Policies and Judicial Review Worldwide

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Affirmative Action Policies and Judicial Review Worldwide
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Affirmative Action Policies and Judicial Review Worldwide
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Ius Gentium: Comparative Perspectives on Law and Justice Ser.
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v.47
Affirmative Action Policies and Judicial Review Worldwide
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Affirmative Action Policies and Judicial Review Worldwide
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  • Foreword -- Preface -- Contents -- 1 Introduction -- 1.1 Terminological Issues -- 1.2 Typology of Measures -- 1.3 Scope of Research -- References -- 2 The Moral Question: Interacting with Traditional Values -- 2.1 Revisiting or Abstaining from Equality? -- 2.1.1 Formal and Substantive Equality -- 2.1.2 Similarity and Difference -- 2.1.3 Intrusion or Exception? -- 2.2 Integrating Human Dignity and Meritocracy: A Procrustean Endeavour -- 2.3 Democracy: Between Majority Ruling and Minority Entitlement -- 2.4 Justice: The Diverse Views of Fairness -- References -- 3 The Sociological Question: Goals and Legitimacy -- 3.1 The Remedial Purpose: Compensation for Past Discrimination -- 3.1.1 Who Compensates? Social Policy and State Outsourcing -- 3.1.2 Who Is Compensated? Actual and Presumed Victims of Discrimination -- 3.1.3 How Useful Is the Policy for Beneficiaries? Stigma and Stereotyping -- 3.1.4 Does the Policy Fulfil Its Potential? Restoring or Perpetuating Inequality -- 3.2 The Cultural Purpose: Diversity -- 3.2.1 The Anthropological Premise: Do All Group Members Carry the Same Identity? -- 3.2.2 The Sociological Premise: Does Participation Promote Group Interests? -- 3.3 The Societal Purpose: Social Inclusion and Cohesion -- 3.3.1 State Intervention in Society. Paternalism and Self-corrective Function -- 3.3.2 Grouping Society: Promoting Actual Inclusion or Further Division? -- 3.4 The Pedagogical Purpose: Group Models and Confidence to Institutions -- 3.5 The Economic Purpose: Balanced Growth -- 3.5.1 Micro-economic Effects: Efficiency and Human Potential -- 3.5.2 Macro-economic Effects: Competition, Stability and Growth -- References -- 4 The Policy Question: Diverse Worldwide Practices -- 4.1 America -- 4.1.1 The US -- 4.1.2 Canada -- 4.1.3 Brazil -- 4.2 Europe -- 4.2.1 European Union Law -- 4.2.2 France -- 4.2.3 Germany -- 4.2.4 The UK
  • 4.2.5 Italy -- 4.2.6 Spain -- 4.2.7 Portugal -- 4.2.8 Belgium -- 4.2.9 The Netherlands -- 4.2.10 Austria -- 4.2.11 Ireland -- 4.2.12 Greece -- 4.2.13 Nordic Countries -- 4.2.14 Russia -- 4.3 Asia -- 4.3.1 India -- 4.3.2 China -- 4.4 Africa -- 4.4.1 Nigeria -- 4.4.2 South Africa -- 4.5 Oceania -- 4.5.1 Australia -- 4.5.2 New Zealand -- 4.6 International Law -- 4.6.1 Universal and Regional Conventions -- 4.6.2 The European Convention on Human Rights -- 4.7 Comparative Syntheses and Antitheses -- 4.7.1 Structural Variables -- 4.7.2 Material Variables -- 4.7.2.1 Institutional Recognition -- 4.7.2.2 Domains of Implementation -- 4.7.2.3 Beneficiaries -- 4.8 Political Identity: New Left or New Right? -- References -- 5 The Legal Question: Method and Intensity of Judicial Review -- 5.1 Methodology of Judicial Review -- 5.1.1 Setting the Standard of Review -- 5.1.1.1 Principal Position (a): State Discretion or Obligation? -- 5.1.1.2 Principal Position (b): Policy or Enforceable Right -- 5.1.1.3 Equality of Results or Opportunities? -- 5.1.1.4 Restrictive or Benevolent Interpretation? -- 5.1.1.5 Evidence and Burden of Proof -- 5.1.1.6 Judicial Predilection -- 5.1.2 Identifying and Assessing the Goal Pursued -- 5.1.2.1 Legitimacy of Goals in the Judicial Reasoning -- 5.1.2.2 Goals Upheld in the Context of Affirmative Action -- 5.1.3 Applying the Proportionality Test -- 5.1.3.1 Suitability -- Appropriateness -- Fit -- 5.1.3.2 Necessity -- Less Restrictive Alternatives -- Duration -- 5.2 The Importance of Affirmative Action for the Human Rights Theory -- 5.2.1 A Ǹ̀ew'' Social Right in a Broadly Declining Context -- 5.2.2 Not Individual, not Collective but G̀̀roup'' Rights -- References -- 6 Conclusion -- References -- Index (Country) -- Index (Subject)
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