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Author Facilitating Empirical Studies of Judicial Behavior on Constitutional Courts from a Comparative Perspective (Conference) (2018 : Texas A & M University. School of Law), author.

Title High courts in global perspective : evidence, methodologies, and findings / edited by Nuno Garoupa, Rebecca D. Gill, and Lydia B. Tiede
Published Charlottesville : University of Virginia Press, 2021
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Description 1 online resource (vii, 349 pages)
Series Constitutionalism and democracy
Constitutionalism and democracy.
Contents Introduction -- Understanding adjudication / Lewis A. Kornhauser -- The US Supreme Court and other federal courts / Joshua Fischman -- State Supreme Courts in the United States : the comparative advantage / Melinda Gann Hall -- Examining the empirical study of the Supreme Court of Canada / Lori Hausegger -- Empirical studies of judicial behavior and decision-making in Australian and New Zealand courts / Russell Smyth -- Empirical studies of judicial behavior in the United Kingdom / Chris Hanretty -- Empirical studies of judicial behavior and decision-making on Indian courts / Sunita Parikh -- European international courts : the CJEU and the ECtHR / Clifford Carrubba and Joshua Fjelstul -- Constitutional courts in Europe : quantitative approaches / Tanya Bagashka and Nuno Garoupa -- Empirical studies of the behavior of justices and high courts in Latin America : an overview / Diana Kapiszewski and Lydia Tiede -- Judicial behavior research in East Asia / Chien-Chih Lin and Tom Ginsburg -- What do we know about the Middle Eastern constitutional courts? / Aylin Aydin-Cakir -- Empirical studies of African high courts : an overview / Dominique H. Lewis -- Comparative studies of judicial behavior / Amanda Driscoll -- Overcoming the barriers to comparative judicial behavior research / Rebecca Gill and Christopher Zorn
Summary "This book investigates high court behavior across the world through a comparative empirical approach, so as to determine whether and under what conditions these influential courts can check other political actors, protect minority interests, and have an active role in policy making"-- Provided by publisher
Notes "The volume was originally conceived from draft papers, conversations, and commentary at the workshop: Facilitating Empirical Studies of Judicial Behavior on Constitutional Courts from a Comparative Perspective (National Science Foundation Grant SES #1744299) held at the Texas AM University School of Law, in Dallas from May 11-12, 2018."--ECIP acknowledgements
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Description based on online resource; title from digital title page (viewed on August 10, 2021)
Subject Constitutional courts -- Congresses
Courts of last resort -- Congresses
Judicial process -- Congresses
Political questions and judicial power -- Congresses
Constitutional courts.
Courts of last resort.
Judicial process.
POLITICAL SCIENCE / History & Theory
Political questions and judicial power.
Genre/Form Electronic books.
Conference papers and proceedings.
Form Electronic book
Author Garoupa, Nuno, editor.
Gill, Rebecca D., editor.
Tiede, Lydia Brashear, 1965- editor.
Texas A & M University. School of Law, host institution.
LC no. 2021005717
ISBN 0813946166