ECONOMIC VALUES IN THE CONSTITUTIONAL PREAMBLES

The economic values and categories within the constitutional preamble appear in this work as a subject of the special interest. In the contrast to the primary center of gravity of classical legal thought when it researches the constitutional preamble, the pendulum will be slightly shifted towards questionable of position and the way in which constitutional preambles regulate issues of economic values and categories. We do not regard this question less significant compared to the usual literary manners of preamble study. It is our understanding of the importance of constitutional attitudes towards to the vital issues of the state and security that started us to begin exploring of this problem, in the context of an established thematic framework of this paper. There is no doubt that legislators in the preambles treat various issues in different ways, depending on the gravity of priority. Rarely, we could find constitutions without preambles, constitutions with technical preambles and with preambles, almost entirely, faced toward the past. However, for this paper is interesting preambles which texts could be characterized as a futuristic projection and perspective, because, among them we want to find the essence of the legislators’ attitudes to economic issues.


Editor(s):
Simonovic, Dragoljub
Simonovic, Zoran
Issue Date:
Mar 25 2015
Publication Type:
Journal Article
DOI and Other Identifiers:
Ekonomika (Other)
Vol 61 (Other)
Issue 1 (Other)
pp 131-139 (Other)
2015 (Other)
PURL Identifier:
http://purl.umn.edu/200276
Published in:
Ekonomika, Journal for Economic Theory and Practice and Social Issues, Volume 61, Issue 1
Page range:
131-139
Total Pages:
10
JEL Codes:
K10; K30; K40




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