Scopus Citation Alalysis

Constitutional review is cited at least 4 times at Scopus database

Update February 24nd, 2020 11.00 PM GMT+7 | First published in 2015

  1. 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.
    1. Tom Gerald Daly, Democratic Decay: Conceptualising an Emerging Research Field, Hague Journal on the Rule of Law volume 11, (2019) : 9-36.
  2. Zezen Zaenal Mutaqin. “The Strong State And Pancasila: Reflecting Human Rights in the Indonesian Democracy”, Constitutional review 2, no. 2 (Desember 2016): 159-188.
    1. Martin Ramstedt. “Prospects of Pluralism in Indonesia Gauged from a Legal Anthropological Perspective”, Asian Journal of Social Science 47, Issue 3 (August 2019): pp. 309-339
  3. Khairil Azmin Mokhtar and Iwan Satriawan, “The Constitutional Court’s Role in Consolidating Democracy and Reforming Local Election”, Constitutional Review 1, Issue 1 (May 2015) : 103-129.
    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.
  4. 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 (Desember 2015) : 49-68.
    1. 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.