Scopus Citation Analysis

Constitutional review is cited at least 21 (twenty one) times at Scopus database

Update July 9th, 2021 10.00 PM GMT+7 | First published in 2015

  1. Björn Dressel, and Tomoo Inoue, “Megapolitical Cases before the Constitutional Court of Indonesia since 2004: An Empirical Study”, Constitutional Review 4, Issue 2 (Desember 2018) : 157-187.

    Cited by:

    1. Benjamin Lawrence, “Outlawing Opposition, Imposing Rule of Law: Authoritarian Constitutionalism in Cambodia”, Asian Journal of Comparative Law 15, Issue 2 (March 2020): 225-249.
  2. Abdurrahman Satrio, “Constitutional Retrogression in Indonesia Under President Joko Widodo's Government: What Can the Constitutional Court Do?”, Constitutional Review 4, Issue 2 (Desember 2018) : 271-300.

    Cited by:

    1. Tom Gerald Daly, Democratic Decay: Conceptualising an Emerging Research Field, Hague Journal on the Rule of Law volume 11, (2019) : 9-36.
  3. Tedi Sudrajat, “Harmonization of Regulation Based on Pancasila Values Through the Constitutional Court of Indonesia”, Constitutional Review 4, Issue 2 (Desember 2018): 301-325.

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    1. Lego Karjoko, et.al., “The Consequence of The Decision of The Constitutional Court In Forestry On The Recognition Of Traditional Forests In Indonesia”, Journal of Legal, Ethical and Regulatory Issues; Arden 24, Issue 5 (2021): 1-8.
  4. Simon Butt, “The function of Judicial Dissent in Indonesia’s Constitutional Court”, Constitutional Review 4, Issue 1 (May 2018): 1-26.

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    1. Hery Firmansyah, Eriyantouw Wahid, and Amad Sudiro, “Pretrial on SP3 Corruption Case in the Perspective of Victim Justice”,  Journal of Environmental Treatment Techniques 8, Issue 4 (2020): 1439-1446.
    2. Simon Butt, “Constitutional Recognition of “Beliefs” In Indonesia”, Journal of Law and Religion 35, Issue 3 (December 2020): 450-473.
  5. Tim Lindsey, “Filling the Hole in Indonesia’s Constitutional System: Constitutional Court and the Review of Regulation in a Split Jurisdiction”, Constitutional Review 4, Issue 1 (May 2018): 27-44.

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    1. Simon Butt, and Prayekti Murharjantim, “The Constitutional Right to a Healthy Environment in Indonesia” Journal of Environmental Law 33, Issue 1 (March 2021): 33–56.
  6. Giri Ahmad Taufik, “Proportionality Test in the 1945 Constitution: Limiting Hizbut Tahrir Freedom of Assembly”, Constitutional Review 4, Issue 1 (May 2018): 45-79.

    Cited by:

    1. Simmon Butt, and Prayekti Murharjantim, “The Constitutional Right to a Healthy Environment in Indonesia” Journal of Environmental Law 33, Issue 1 (March 2021): 33–56.
  7. Fajar Laksono, Sudarsono Sudarsono, Arief Hidayat, and Muchammad Ali Safaat, “Relation between the Constitutional Court of the Republic of Indonesia and the Legislators according to the 1945 Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia”, Constitutional Review 3, Issue 2 (Desember 2017): 141-170.

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    1. Abdul Kadir Jaelani, I Gusti Ayu Ketut Rachmi Handayani, and Lego Karjoko, “Executability Of The Constitutional Court Decision Regarding Grace Period In The Formulation Of Legislation”, International Journal of Advanced Science and Technology 28, Issue 15, (2019): 816-823.
    2. I Gede Yusa, Bagus Hermanto, and Nyoman Mas Aryani, “No-Spouse Employment and the Problem of the Constitutional Court of Indonesia”, Journal of Advanced Research in Law and Economics, [S.l.], Vol. 11, No. 1, (March 2020):14 – 226.
  8. Andy Omara, “The Indonesian Constitutional Court and the Democratic Institutions in Judicial Review”, Constitutional Review 3, Issue 2 (Desember 2017) pp. 189-207.

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    1. Katharine G. Young, “The right-remedy gap in economic and social rights adjudication: Holism versus separability”, University of Toronto Law Journal 69, Issue supplement 1 (November 2019): 124-149.
    2. I Gede Yusa, Bagus Hermanto, and Nyoman Mas Aryani, “No-Spouse Employment and the Problem of the Constitutional Court of Indonesia”, Journal of Advanced Research in Law and Economics, [S.l.], Vol. 11, No. 1, (March 2020) :14 – 226.
  9. I Dewa Gede Palguna, “Constitutional Complaint and the Protection of Citizens the Constitutional Rights”, Constitutional Review 3, Issue 1 (May 2017): pp. 1-23.

    Cited by:

    1. Abdul Kadir Jaelani, I Gusti Ayu Ketut Rachmi Handayani, and Lego Karjoko, “Executability Of The Constitutional Court Decision Regarding Grace Period In The Formulation Of Legislation”, International Journal of Advanced Science and Technology 28, Issue 15, (2019): 816-823.
  10. Luthfi Widagdo Eddyono, “Independence of the Indonesian Constitutional Court in Norms and Practices”, Constitutional Review 3, Issue 1 (May 2017): pp. 71-97.

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    1. Hamdan Zoelva, “The Threat of Judicial Mafia in Indonesia in Discrediting the Principle of the Rule of Law”, International Journal of Criminology and Sociology 10 (2021): 839–844.
  11. Zezen Zaenal Mutaqin. “The Strong State And Pancasila: Reflecting Human Rights in the Indonesian Democracy”, Constitutional review 2, Issue 2 (Desember 2016): 159-188.

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    1. Martin Ramstedt. “Prospects of Pluralism in Indonesia Gauged from a Legal Anthropological Perspective”, Asian Journal of Social Science 47, Issue 3 (August 2019): 309-339.
    2. Josef Papilaya, Muhammad Rijal, and Jeanete Ophilia Papilaya, “Evaluation of Cooperative Development Policies in Maluku Province, Indonesia”, Journal of Southwest Jiaotong University 56, Issue 1 (February 2021): 46-57.
    3. Dhian Indah Astanti, and Aga Natalis, “Development of Bank Secrecy Principle Regulations to Uncover Crimes and Increase State Revenue in Indonesia”, International Journal Of Pharmaceutical Research 13, Issue1 (January-March 2021): 4566-4572.
    4. Harimurti, Y., Fauzan, E., Yulianingsih, I. & Purbasari, I “Consensus as Democratic Education on the Village Consultative Body Election in Bangkalan”, Journal of Social Studies Education Research 11, issue 2 (2020): 84-110.
  12.  Iwan Satriawan, and Khairil Azmin Mokhtar “The Constitutional Court’s Role in Consolidating Democracy and Reforming Local Election”, Constitutional Review 1, Issue 1 (May 2015) : 103-129.

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    1. Camden Kelliher, Saldi Isra, Yuliandri, Zainul Daulay, Hilaire Tegnan, and Feri Amsari, Unconstitutional Authority of Indonesia's Constitutional Court: The Resolution of Pilkada Result Disputes, Election Law Journal: Rules, Politics, and Policy 18, Issue 3 (September 2019) : 297-308.
  13. I Nyoman Nurjaya, “Is The Constitutional And Legal Recognition Of Traditional Community Laws Within The Multicultural Country Of Indonesia A Genuine Or Pseudo Recognition?”, Constitutional Review 1, Issue 2 (December 2015) : 49-68.

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    1. Wahyu Nugroho, “Relationship Between Environmental Management Policy and the Local Wisdom of Indigenous Peoples in the Handling of COVID-19 in Indonesia”, Oñati Socio-Legal Series 11, Issue 3 (2021): 860-882.
    2. Rahmat Syafaat, “A New Paradigm of Indonesian Forest Management Based on Local Wisdom”, Pertanika Journal of Social, Sciences & Humanities 27, Issue 1 (March 2019) : 571-584.
  14. Luthfi Widagdo Eddyono, “The First Ten Years of The Constitutional Court of Indonesia: The Establishment of The Principle Of Equality And The Prohibition of Discrimination, Constitutional Review 1, Issue 2, (December 2015): 119–146.

    Cited by:

    1. I. Gede Yusa, Bagus Hermanto, and Nyoman Mas Aryani, “No-Spouse Employment and the Problem of the Constitutional Court of Indonesia”, Journal of Advanced Research in Law and Economics, [S.l.], Vol. 11, No. 1, (March 2020) :14 – 226.