of Martin Belov

Books

  1. Global Governance and Its Effects on State and Law. (editor) Frankfurt am Main: 2016, Peter Lang  http://www.peterlang.com/index.cfm?event=cmp.ccc.seitenstruktur.detailseiten&seitentyp=produkt&pk=90817&cid=448&concordeid=267308
  2. Financial constitutionalism Sofia: Sibi, 2015 (in Bulgarian)  http://sibi.bg/display.php?page=cat1&sub=61&id=468
  3. Executive Power Institutions in the Continental European Constitutionalism. Part I. Sofia: Sibi, 2013 (in Bulgarian) http://sibi.bg/display.php?page=cat1&sub=61&id=428
  4. Citizens' Participation in the Political Process. Constitutional Foundations. Sofia: Sibi, 2010 (in Bulgarian) http://sibi.bg/display.php?page=cat1&sub=61&id=356
  5. Comparative Constitutional Law. Sofia: Sibi, 2009 (in Bulgarian) (together with E.Tanchev) http://sibi.bg/display.php?page=cat1&sub=61&id=313
  6. Direct Democracy. Sofia: Sibi, 2009 (in Bulgarian) http://sibi.bg/display.php?page=cat1&sub=61&id=305
  7. Constitutional Law of 2 EU Member States: Bulgaria and Romania. The 2007 Enlargement. Deventer: Kluwer, 2008 (C. Kortmann, J. Fleuren, W. Voermans (eds.)) (together with E.Tanchev and C.Ionescu) http://shop.kluwer.nl/boeken_products/constitutional-law-of-2-eu-member-states-bulgaria-and-romania/prod10126219.html
  8. Political Parties and Democratic State in the Contemporary German Constitutional Model.Sofia: Sibi, 2007 (in Bulgarian) http://sibi.bg/display.php?page=cat1&sub=61&id=209

Articles and book chapters

  1. Nature of the Constitutional Values and the Constitutional Principles. – In: Groyssman, S. (ed.) Law and Rights. Sofia: “St. Kliment Ohridski” University Press, 2016 (in Bulgarian)
  2. Globalisation, Crisis of Territoriality and their Effects on the Constitutional Principles. – In: Belov, M. (ed.) Global Governance and Its Effects on State and Law. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 2016
  3. Can We Still Drive the State Machine the ‘Old School Way’? Structural and Functional Deficits of the Modern State. – In: Burasin, L., D. Gardasevic, A. Sardo (eds.) Law and State. Classical Paradigms and Novel Proposals. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 2015.
  4. Establishment of the Modern Constitutional Principles in Bulgaria. The Tarnovo Constitution of 1879. – in: Stolleis, M. (ed.) Konflikt und Koexistenz. Die Rechtsordnungen Südosteuropas im 19. und 20. Jahrhundert. Band 1: Rumänien, Bulgarien, Griechenland. Frankfurt am Main: Vittorio Klostermann Verlag, 2015, p. 859 - 897.
  5. Finding Ways through the Clouds of Uncertainty, Searching for Paths in the Desert of Sorrow. The Functioning of Constitutional Justice in a Non-Consolidated Democracy – in: Jovanovic, M. (ed.) Constitutional Review and Democracy. Hague: Eleven International Publishing, 2015, p. 253 – 269.
  6. Executive Power Metamorphoses in the History of the Balkan Constitutionalism: Between the Imperatives of the Constitutional Teleology and the Potentialities of the Political Reality. – in: Romanian Journal of Comparative Law, volume 5, issue 2, 2014, p. 299 – 360.
  7. Separation of Powers reconsidered: a Proposal for a New Theoretical Model at the Beginning of the 21st Century. Frankfurt/Main: Peter Lang, 2014, p. 47-60.
  8. The Republic of Bulgaria. – in: Besselink, L., P. Bovend’Eert, H. Broeksteeg, R de Lange and W. Voermans (eds.) Constitutional Law of the EU Member states. Deventer: Kluwer, 2014, p. 121-191 (together with Evgeni Tanchev).
  9. Direct Democracy in the Local Self Government in the Republic of Bulgaria – in: Gritsenko, E., E. Markwart, V. Mohov (eds.) Local Self Government and the Development of Territory: Russian and European Experience. Perm: Perm University Press, 2014, p. 280 – 292 (in Russian).
  10. Reconsidering the Boundaries between Direct and Representative Democracy https://www.jus.uio.no/english/research/news-and-events/events/conferences/2014/wccl-cmdc/wccl/papers/ws16/w16-belov.pdf
  11. The Budget as historically evolving cultural Code for Integration and Inclusivity of Political Communities – in: Norma, 2014, № 11, 41 – 52 (in Bulgarian).
  12. The Human Image in the Constitution – in: Kirov, Pl. (ed.) Constitutional Studies 2012 – 2013. Constitutional Protection of the Human Rights and Freedoms. Sofia: “St. Kliment Ohridski” University Press, 2014, p. 72 – 85 (in Bulgarian).
  13. Is the Jury Court a Safeguard for the Human Rights? – in: Kirov, Pl. (ed.) Constitutional Studies 2012 – 2013. Constitutional Protection of the Human Rights and Freedoms. Sofia: “St. Kliment Ohridski” University Press, 2014, p. 259 – 275 (in Bulgarian).
  14. Beyond Constitutional Fetishism – What Kind of Amendments in the 1991 Constitution are needed with Regards to its Legitimacy – in: Kirov, Pl. (ed.) Constitutional Studies 2012 – 2013. Constitutional Protection of the Human Rights and Freedoms. Sofia: “St. Kliment Ohridski” University Press, 2014, p. 435 – 461 (in Bulgarian).
  15. The Temporal Separation of Powers in the Contemporary Bulgarian Constitutional Law. – in: Kirov, Pl. (ed.) Constitutional Studies 2010 – 2011 г. 20 Years After the Adoption of the Fourth Bulgarian Constitution – Constitutional Consensus and Constitutional Conflicts. Sofia: “St. Kliment Ohridski” University Press, 2014, p. 99 – 116 (in Bulgarian).
  16. The Timing as an Element of the Legal Institutionalization of the Time in the Contemporary Bulgarian Constitutional Law. – in: Kirov, Pl. (ed.) Constitutional Studies 2010 – 2011 г. 20 Years After the Adoption of the Fourth Bulgarian Constitution – Constitutional Consensus and Constitutional Conflicts. Sofia: “St. Kliment Ohridski” University Press, 2014, p. 320 – 343 (in Bulgarian).
  17. Methodology of Constitutional Amendment. – in: Kirov, Pl. (ed.) Constitutional Studies 2010 – 2011 г. 20 Years After the Adoption of the Fourth Bulgarian Constitution – Constitutional Consensus and Constitutional Conflicts. Sofia: “St. Kliment Ohridski” University Press, 2014, p. 403 – 423 (together with E. Tanchev) (in Bulgarian).
  18. Constitutional Reflection of the Global Governance – Variations of Principle Issues in the Contemporary Bulgarian Constitutionalism. – in: Novkirishka, M. (ed.) Theo Noster. Digest in Honour of Theodor Piperkov. Sofia: “St. Kliment Ohridski” University Press, 2014, p. 275 – 290 (in Bulgarian).
  19. The Constitutional Monarchy as Main Form of State Government during the XIX Century. – in: Norma, 2014, 5, p. 46 – 55 (in Bulgarian).
  20. The Constitutional Status of the Monarch in the Balkan Constitutionalism. – in: Mrachkov, V. (ed.) 135 Years of the Adoption of the Tarnovo Constitution. Sofia: Sibi, 2014, p. 262-275. (in Bulgarian)
  21. Constitutional Foundations of the Market Economy in the Republic of Bulgaria. –in: Teza, 2013, 7, 111 – 124 (in Bulgarian)
  22. The Preamble of the Constitution in the European Constitutionalism. – in: Revista General de Derecho Romano, 2013, № 20, Iustel. (published also in Bulgarian in: Roman and Contemporary Public Law. Sofia: St.Kliment Ohridski University Press, 2013).
  23. Religious Freedom and Toleration Models According to the Tarnovo Constitution. Norma, 2013, № 8, 41 – 57 (in Bulgarian)
  24. Roman and Contemporary Public Law – Multidiscoursive Debate on the Public Law Traditions of Europe – In: Contemporary Law, 2012, № 5 (in Bulgarian)
  25. The Sources of Law in Action – the Jurisprudence between Positivism and Realism – In: Contemporary Law, 2012, 4 (in Bulgarian)
  26. The Emergence of the Symbolic Policy at the Dawn of the Bulgarian Constitutionalism. The Constitutional Communication between the Monarch and the Parliament during the Reign of Knjaz Alexander I Battenberg – In: Jubilee History. Sofia: Vanyo Nedkov, 2012 (in Bulgarian)
  27. Functions of the Constitutional Preamble – In: „Law, Governance and Media in XXI Century”. Blagoevgrad: South-Western University „Neofit Rilski” Press, 2012 (in Bulgarian)
  28. The Democratic Legitimacy of the Judicial Power – In: Teza, 2012, № 2 (in Bulgarian)
  29. The President and the Direct Democracy – In: Norma, 2012, 2 (in Bulgarian)
  30. Dynamics of the Institutional Imbalance under the Tarnovo Constitution – In: Novkirishka-Stoyanova, M. D. Tokushev 100 Years Jubilee of the Birth of Professor Michail Andreev. Sofia: „St.Kliment Ohridski” University Press, 2011 (in Bulgarian)
  31. Constitutional Nature and Typology of the Patronage Power - In: Jubilee Digest of the Law Department of the New Bulgarian University. Sofia: Feneya, 2011 (in Bulgarian)
  32. Opposition and the Right to Opposition in Contemporary Bulgarian Constitutional Law - In: Contemporary Law. Problems and Tendencies. Sofia: Sibi, 2011 (in Bulgarian)
  33. The Institutional Infrastructure of the Rule of Law in Bulgaria and the European Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms – In: Emmert, F., L. Hammer (eds.) The European Convention of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms in Central and Eastern Europe. Hague: Eleven International Publishing and Boom Uitgevers, 2012
  34. EU Citizen – Market Agent, Political Player or a New Dimension of the Personal Identity. Is There any Chance of a „Supranational Nation” on the EU Level?” – In: Snyder, F., D. Thym (eds.) Europe – a Continent of Immigration? Legal Challenges in the Construction of European Migration Policy. Brussels: Bruylant, 2011
  35. The Governmental System of the Republic of Bulgaria – In: Chronovski, N., J.Petretei, T. Drinoczi (eds.) Governmental Systems of Central and Eastern Europeam States. Warsaw: Kluwer Polska, 2011
  36. University Education in the Field of Human Rights in Bulgaria - Actual Status, Problems and Perspectives – Human Rights Journal, 2010, issue 4 (in Bulgarian)
  37. The Veto Players in the History of Bulgarian Constitutionalism. – In: Contemporary Law 2/2010 (in Bulgarian)
  38. The Separation of Powers and the Veto Players in the Contemporary Constitutionalism. Essay on the Actual Dimensions of the Institutionalization of the Power Dynamics. – In: Kirov, Pl., (ed.) National and European Dimensions of the Contemporary Constitutionalism. Vol. I, Sofia: St. Kliment Ochridski University Press, 2010 (in Bulgarian)
  39. Essence and Typology of the Constitutional Consensus – In: Kirov, Pl., (ed.) National and European Dimensions of the Contemporary Constitutionalism. Vol. II, Sofia: St. Kliment Ochridski University Press, 2010 (in Bulgarian)
  40. The Veto Players Theory as an Additional Analytical Concept in the Constitutional Law – In: Contemporary Law 6/2009 (in Bulgarian)
  41. The Distribution of External Power Competences in the Contemporary Bulgarian Constitutional Model” – In: Bulgarian Journal of International Law, vol. I, issue 2, 2009.
  42. Limitations to the Party Political Pluralism in the Contemporary Bulgarian Constitutional Model – In: Contemporary Law 3/2009 (in Bulgarian)
  43. The Constitutional Communication in the Contemporary Bulgarian Constitutional Model – In: 130 Years Bulgarian Constitutionalism – the Contemporary Tendencies. Sofia: St. Kliment Ochridski University Press, 2009 (in Bulgarian)
  44. The Bulgarian Constitutional Democracy – Typology and Historical Development – In: 130 Years Bulgarian Constitutionalism – the Classical Problems. Sofia: St. Kliment Ochridski University Press, 2009 (in Bulgarian)
  45. Forms on the Borders of Statehood – Confederations, “Confederal Federations” and International Regimes with Confederal Character – In: Bulgarian Journal of International Law, vol. I, issue 1, 2009.
  46. Constitutional Paradigm Revisited. Looking at the Lisbon Treaty with the Eyes of Magritte - In: Pernice E., E. Tanchev (eds.) Ceci n'est pas une Constitution - Constitutionalisation without a Constitution? Baden Baden: Nomos, 2008 (together with M. Wendel and M.Angelov)
  47. Legal Regulation of the Elections for Members of the European Parliament in Bulgaria – In: Legal Review 1/2008 (in Bulgarian)
  48. The Unitary Form of Government – In: Contemporary Law 2/2008 (in Bulgarian)
  49. The Constitutional Modus of Federalism – In: Contemporary Law 1/2008 (in Bulgarian)
  50. Tanchev E., M. Belov Constitutional Gradualism: Adapting to EU Membership and Improving the Judiciary in the Bulgarian Constitution – In: European Public Law, Vol. 14, Issue 1/March 2008 (together with E.Tanchev)
  51. E-democracy - Problem Solver, Problem Maker or a New Dimension of     Constitutional Democracy? - In: ISC “Informatics in the Scientific Knowledge”, Varna: Varna Free University Press, 2008
  52. Constitutional Codification and Non-Codified Constitutions - In: Law journal of NBU, Year III, 2008, № 1, (in Bulgarian)
  53. Constitutional Issues of the Theory and Practice of the Direct Democracy in Switzerland – In: Legal Thought 3/2007 (in Bulgarian)
  54. Personal Data Protection in the Electoral Process as well as in the Course of Participation in Forms of Direct Democracy – In: Society and Law 7/2007 (in Bulgarian)
  55. Constitutional Institutes for Citizens’ Participation on the Input Side of the Legislative Process – In: Legal Review 1/2007 (in Bulgarian)
  56. Functions of Direct Democracy – In: Contemporary Law 6/2006 (in Bulgarian)
  57. The Intraparty Democracy in the Light of the Contemporary German Constitutional Model – In: Jubilee Digest of the Law Department of the New Bulgarian University. Sofia: Feneya, 2006 (in Bulgarian)
  58. Essence and Legal Value of the Political Parties’ Statutes and Programs in the German Constitutional Law – In: Legal Review 1/2006 (in Bulgarian)
  59. On Some Philosophical Aspects of the International Labor Law Functions – In: Contemporary Law 4/2004 (in Bulgarian)
  60. The Philosophy of Law and the Social Philosophy at the Beginning of the XXI Century in the Light of the XXI World Congress of IVR – In: Contemporary Law 1/2004 (in Bulgarian)
  61. Teleological Theories of Punishment – In: Philosofija 2/2003 (in Bulgarian)
  62. Epistemology and Methodology of the Comparative Law in the Light of the European Integration – In: Contemporary Law 5/2002 (in Bulgarian)
  63. Main Problems of Child Pornography in Internet – In: Pedagogika 3/2002(in Bulgarian)

Translations

Ingolf Pernice - Theorie und Praxis des Europäischen Verfassungsverbundes (translation from German)

Scientific editings

Yotov, St. (ed.) Subjective Rights. German Visions. Jürgen Habermas, Niklas Luhmann, Hans Kelsen, Helmut Coing, Karl Larenz, Robert Alexy. Sofia: Kritika i humanisam, 2016