To support the thesis, the article is organized into five parts. In the first part, the authors propose a typology of the constitutions that permits the identification of the nature of the constitution of 1991 and its effect on economic themes. The second part concentrates on the relationship between the Constitution and the economic models. The third section analyzes these concepts since the point of the view of the Constitution of 1991, trying to find the margins of the economic politics and the constitutional limits. The fourth section offers a practical illustration of the argument between Constitution and economic model through the current debate about the constitutionality of the TLC between Colombia and the United States. The final section presents a brief conclusion.
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