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(p. 1195) Law and Politics

(p. 1195) Law and Politics

    • About the Contributors x

  • Part I Introduction

    • 1. The Study of Law and Politics 3

      Keith E. Whittington, R. Daniel Kelemen & Gregory A. Caldeira

  • Part II Approaches

    • 2. Judicial Behavior 19

      Jeffrey A. Segal

    • 3. Strategic Judicial Decision-making 34

      Pablo T. Spiller & Rafael Gely

    • 4. Historical Institutionalism and the Study of Law 46

      Rogers M. Smith

  • Part III Comparative Judicial Politics

    • 5. The Rule of Law and Courts in Democratizing Regimes 63

      Rebecca Bill Chavez

    • 6. The Global Spread of Constitutional Review 81

      Tom Ginsburg

    • 7. Establishing and Maintaining Judicial Independence 99

      Georg Vanberg

    • 8. The Judicialization of Politics 119

      Ran Hirschl

    • 9. Comparative Federalism and the Role of the Judiciary 142

      Daniel Halberstam

    • 10. Legal and Extralegal Emergencies 165

      Kim Lane Scheppele

  • (p. 1196) Part IV International and Supranational Law

    • 11. International Law and International Relations 187

      Beth Simmons

    • 12. The European Court and Legal Integration: An Exceptional Story or Harbinger of the Future? 209

      Karen J. Alter

    • 13. War Crimes Tribunals 229

      Gary J. Bass

    • 14. The Globalization of the Law 245

      Bryant G. Garth

  • Part V Forms of Legal Order

    • 15. Civil Law and Common Law: Toward Convergence? 267

      Ugo Mattei & Luca G. Pes

    • 16. Constitutionalism 281

      Keith E. Whittington

    • 17. Constitutional Law and American Politics 300

      Mark A. Graber

    • 18. The Legal Structure of Democracy 321

      Richard H. Pildes

    • 19. Administrative Law 340

      Daniel B. Rodriguez

    • 20. Legislation and Statutory Interpretation 360

      Elizabeth Garrett

    • 21. Informalism as a Form of Legal Ordering 378

      Christine B. Harrington

  • Part VI Sources of Law and Theories of Jurisprudence

    • 22. Natural Law 399

      Robert P. George

    • (p. 1197) 23. Rights in Legal and Political Philosophy 414

      Matthew H. Kramer

    • 24. Formalism: Legal, Constitutional, Judicial 428

      Frederick Schauer

    • 25. Feminist Theory and the Law 437

      Judith A. Baer

    • 26. The Racial Subject in Legal Theory 451

      Sheila R. Foster & R. A. Lenhardt

  • Part VII The American Judicial Context

    • 27. Filling the Bench 469

      David A. Yalof

    • 28. The U.S. Supreme Court 487

      Lee Epstein

    • 29. Relations among Courts 503

      Susan Haire

    • 30. Litigation and Legal Mobilization 522

      Michael McCann

    • 31. Legal Profession 541

      Richard L. Abel

  • Part VIII The Political and Policy Environment of Courts in the United States

    • 32. Judicial Independence 557

      Frank Cross

    • 33. Law and Regulation 576

      Susan Rose-Ackerman

    • 34. Law as an Instrument of Social Reform 595

      Charles R. Epp

    • 35. Criminal Justice and the Police 614

      Wesley G. Skogan

    • (p. 1198) 36. Law and Political Ideologies 626

      Julie Novkov

    • 37. Courts and the Politics of Partisan Coalitions 644

      Howard Gillman

    • 38. Understanding Regime Change: Public Opinion, Legitimacy, and Legal Consciousness 663

      Scott Barclay & Susan S. Silbey

  • Part IX Interdisciplinary Approaches to Law and Politics

    • 39. Law and Society 681

      Lynn Mather

    • 40. The Analysis of Courts in the Economic Analysis of Law 698

      Lewis A. Kornhauser

    • 41. Psychology and the Law 711

      Tom R. Tyler

    • 42. Law and History 723

      Christopher Tomlins

  • Part X Old and New

    • 43. The Path of the Law in Political Science: De-centering Legality from Olden Times to the Day before Yesterday 737

      Stuart A. Scheingold

    • 44. Reflections about Judicial Politics 752

      Harold J. Spaeth

    • 45. Law and Politics: The Problem of Boundaries 767

      Martin Shapiro

  • Index 775