Being a Legislator: Administrative Phase of Legislation – Empirical Research Cover Image

Být legislativcem: Empirická šetření v administrativních fázích legislativy
Being a Legislator: Administrative Phase of Legislation – Empirical Research

Author(s): Martin Škop, Barbora Vacková
Subject(s): Public Law, Philosophy of Law, Sociology of Law
Published by: Nakladatelství Masarykovy univerzity
Keywords: Creation of Norms; Empirical Research; Statutory Drafting; Qualitative Research; Legislation; Language Interpretation.

Summary/Abstract: This article concentrates on comparing the testimony of legislative experts with theoretical approaches to the statutory drafting. The aim is to map out their concepts of activity they are doing. The aim of the article is to present basic possible approaches to studying law-related processes, in particular the phase that takes place at government level, i.e. within the bureaucratic apparatus that the government, as a typical proposer of legislative proposals, has. Therefore, the article combines empirical procedures (qualitative research to create a methodology for further empirical research) with a doctrinal approach to analyzing available literary knowledge.

  • Issue Year: 27/2019
  • Issue No: 1
  • Page Range: 5-28
  • Page Count: 24
  • Language: Czech