Downloadable publications

  1. Auswirkungen einer Übergangsjustiz auf die demokratische Konsolidierung in Mittel- und Osteuropa (Impact of Transitional Justice on democratic consolidation in Central and Eastern Europe), in Handbuch der Grundrechte in Deutschland und Europa Band IX: Die Grundrechte in Ostmitteleuropa und Osteuropa, C.F. Müller, 2015. § 262 Halmai endgültig
  2. An Illiberal Polity in the Euro-Atlantic World Lessons from Hungary’s Backsliding, in The State of the Transatlantic World, The Transatlantic Academy, 2015. TA_2015_Halmai
  3. Perspectives on Global Constitutionalism. The Use of Foreign and International Law by Domestic Courts, Eleven International Publishing, 2014. Perspectives on Global Constitutionalism final proofs
  4. An Illiberal Constitutional System in the Middle of Europe. European Yearbook of Human Rights, 2014. 497-514.SSRN-id2577883_EYHR_2014
  5. Domestic Courts and International Human Rights. In: SAGE Handbook of Human Rights (eds. A. Mihr and M. Gibney), 2014. 749-767. SSRN-id2577840_SAGE
  6. Constitutionalism and Democracy. The Case of the New Fundamental Law of Hungary. This Century’s Review, 1/2014. Century’s_Review_Halmai
  7. Amicus Brief for the Venice Commission on the Fourth Amendment to the Fundamental Law of Hungary, 2014.
  8. Disabling the Constitution (together with Miklós Bánkuti and Kim Lane Scheppele), Journal of Democracy, Vol. 23, No. 3 July 2012. JoD_final
  9. Unconstitutional Constitutional Amendments: Constitutional Courts as Guardians of the Constitution? Constellations, 2/2012. SSRN-id2577887_Constellations
  10. From the “Rule of Law Revolution” to the Constitutional Counter-Revolution in Hungary, European Yearbook on Human Rights, 2012SSRN-id2577886_EYHR_2012
  11. The Use of Foreign Law in Constitutional Interpretation. In: Oxford Handbook of Comparative Constitutional Law. Oxford University Press, 2012. 1328-1348. SSRN-id2577888_OxfordHB
  12. Opinion on Hungary’s New Constitutional Order: Amicus Brief fo the Venice Commission on the Transitional Provisions of the Fundamental Law and the Key Cardinal Laws, Gábor Halmai and Kim Lane Scheppele (ed.), with Miklós Bánkuti, Tamás Dombos, Zoltán Fleck, Gábor Halmai, Krisztina Rozgonyi, Balázs Majtényi, László Majtényi, Eszter Polgári, Kim Lane Scheppele, Bernadette Somody, Renáta Uitz. 2012.
  13. From Separation of Powers to a Government without Checks: Hungary’s Old amd New Constitutions (together with Miklós Bánkuti and Kim Lane Scheppele), In: Constitution for a Disunited Nation. On Hungary’s 2011 Fundamental Law, CEU Press, 2012. CEU_Press_Bankuti_Halmai_Scheppele[1]
  14. Towards an Illiberal Democracy. Hungary’s New Constitution. Eurozine, 2012-01-25.
  15. Hochproblematisch. Ungarns neues Grundgesetz, Osteuropa, 11/2011.Osteuropa_12_2011
  16. Opinion on the Fundamental Law of Hungary, Andrew Arato, Gábor Halmai and János Kis (ed.), with Zoltán Fleck, Gábor Gadó, Gábor Halmai, Szabolcs Hegyi, Gábor Juhász, János Kis, Balázs Majtényi, Gábor Attila Tóth. 2011.