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Den privata äganderätten och dess skydd i Sverige ur ett europeiskt perspektiv - en konstitutionell översikt

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  • Fogelklou, Anders

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Uppsatsen jämför det konstitutionella skyddet för äganderätten i Europa och Sverige genom en schematisk analys av olika grundlagar. Den privata äganderätten som kärnan i marknadsekonomin kräver konstitutionellt skydd och reglering eftersom skyddet för enskilda individers äganderätt även i en demokrati kan naggas i kanten genom de politiska organens agerande. Följden blir rättsosäkerhet och bristande tillit till staten. Detta kan ha ekonomiska verkningar. Den översiktliga analysen visar att det konstitutionella skyddet för äganderätten i Sverige har förbättrats sedan 1995 men att det fortfarande inte ses som en tydlig rättighet jämförbar med de andra fundamentala rättigheterna i 1974 års regeringsform. Det konstitutionellt judiciella skyddet för äganderätten är fortfarande inte starkt i en internationell jämförelse.

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  • Fogelklou, Anders, 2005. "Den privata äganderätten och dess skydd i Sverige ur ett europeiskt perspektiv - en konstitutionell översikt," Ratio Working Papers 77, The Ratio Institute.
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    äganderätt; konstitution;

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    • K00 - Law and Economics - - General - - - General (including Data Sources and Description)
    • K11 - Law and Economics - - Basic Areas of Law - - - Property Law
    • P14 - Economic Systems - - Capitalist Systems - - - Property Rights

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