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  1. The case for supermajority requirements in referendums.   -- In:  International journal of constitutional law -- ISSN 1474-2640. -- Vol. 21, (2023), no. 1, s. 187-204. 
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  2. Can the people exercise constituent power?.   -- In:  International journal of constitutional law -- ISSN 1474-2640. -- Vol. 21, (2023), no. 3, s. 798-825. 
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  3. Dabeisein ist alles: Zur Notwendigkeit körperlicher Anwesenheit im Parlament.   -- In:  Zeitschrift für Parlamentsfragen -- ISSN 0340-1758. -- Jhrg. 52, (2021), Heft 4, s. 742-757. 
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  4. Direct citizen participation in the constitutional reform.   -- In:  International journal of human rights and constitutional studies -- ISSN 2050-103X. -- Vol. 8, (2021), no. 1-2, s. 17-32. 
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  5. How to Justify Mandatory Electoral Quotas: A Political Egalitarian Approach.   -- In:  Legal theory -- ISSN 1352-3252.. 
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  6. The right to an effective remedy and accountability in the privatisation of public services : United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (Incorporation) (Scotland) Bill.   -- In:  European human rights -- ISSN 1361-1526. -- Vol. 25 (2020), Iss. 6, s. 610-623. 
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  7. Reactive vs structural approach : a public law response to populism.   -- In:  Global constitutionalism -- ISSN 2045-3817. -- Vol. 8, (2019), no. 2, s. 270-296. 
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  8. Zaměstnanecké participativní modely / Jan Pichrt, Jakub Tomšej (eds.).    Praha : Wolters Kluwer, 2019 . x, 137 stran . ISBN 978-80-7598-589-7   Signatura M 8555
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  9. Beware of courts bearing gifts : transparency and the Court of Justice of the European Union.   -- In:  European public law -- ISSN 1354-3725. -- Vol. 25, (2019), no. 3, s. 403-420. 
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  10. Participatory justice in social rights adjudication.   -- In:  Human rights law review -- ISSN 1461-7781. -- Vol. 18 (2018), no. 4, s. 623–649. 
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