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The Colombian Constitutional Court versus the International Monetary Fund: Economic Reforms, Social Rights, and Sovereignty

Author:

C. Liliana Lizarazo Rodriguez

Abstract

One of the implications of the process of globalization concerns the
diffusion of regulatory competences across governance levels and across
state borders. New regulating actors have appeared on the scene, both
externally (e.g. IMF, WTO) and internally (e.g. constitutional courts, mixed
private-public entities). Especially in developing countries, the regulatory
autonomy of the traditional actors (governments and parliaments) has
further weakened and reaches sometimes worrying low levels.
How to Cite: Rodriguez, C.L.L., (2007). The Colombian Constitutional Court versus the International Monetary Fund: Economic Reforms, Social Rights, and Sovereignty. Iberoamericana – Nordic Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Studies. 37(1), pp.135–155. DOI: http://doi.org/10.16993/ibero.199
Published on 01 Jan 2007.
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