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Addressing one of the greatest challenges facing liberalism today, this book asks if it is legally and morally defensible for a liberal state to restrict immigration in order to preserve the cultural rights of majority groups. Orgad proposes a liberal approach to this dilemma and explores its dimensions, justifications, and limitations.…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
Addressing one of the greatest challenges facing liberalism today, this book asks if it is legally and morally defensible for a liberal state to restrict immigration in order to preserve the cultural rights of majority groups. Orgad proposes a liberal approach to this dilemma and explores its dimensions, justifications, and limitations.
Autorenporträt
Liav Orgad is an Assistant Professor of Law at the Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya (IDC) and a Marie Curie Fellow at Freie Universitat Berlin. He specializes in comparative constitutional law, comparative immigration law, constitutional identity, and citizenship theory. Dr Orgad has been a visiting scholar at Harvard Law School, Columbia Law School, NYU Law School, the European University Institute, and Universitat Luzern. He is the recipient of Dan David Prize for Young Scholars of Exceptional Promise (2013), Russell Sage Presidential Authority Award (2012), Eric Stein Prize for Best Scholarly Article by the American Society for Comparative Law (2011), and the Wolf Prize for Outstanding Achievements of Young Scholars (2010).