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Contents About the Contributorsx PART IINTRODUCTION 1.The Study of Law and Politics3 Keith E. Whittington, R. Daniel Kelemen, Gregory A. Caldeira PART IIAPPROACHES 2.Judicial Behavior19 Jeffrey A. Segal 3.Strategic Judicial Decision Making34 Pablo T. Spiller Rafael Gely 4.Historical Institutionalism and the Study of Law46 Rogers M. Smith PART IIICOMPARATIVE JUDICIAL POLITICS 5.The Rule of Law and Courts in Democratizing Regimes63 Rebecca Bill Chavez 6.The Global Spread of Constitutional Review81 Tom Ginsburg 7.Establishing and Maintaining Judicial Independence99 Georg Vanberg 8.The Judicialization of Politics119 Ran Hirschl 9.Comparative Federalism and the Role of the Judiciary142 Daniel Halberstam 10.Legal and ExtraLegal Emergencies165 Kim Lane Scheppele PART IVINTERNATIONAL AND SUPRANATIONAL LAW 11.International Law and International Relations187 Beth Simmons 12.The European Court of Justice and European Legal Integration: An Exceptional Story or Harbinger of the Future?209 Karen J. Alter 13.War Crimes Tribunals229 Gary J. Bass 14.The Globalization of the Law245 Bryant G. Garth PART VFORMS OF LEGAL ORDER 15.Civil Law and Common Law: Toward Convergence?267 Ugo Mattei Luca Pes 16.Constitutionalism281 Keith E. Whittington 17.Constitutional Law and American Politics300 Mark A. Graber 18.The Legal Structure of Democracy321 Richard H. Pildes 19.Administrative Law340 Daniel B. Rodriguez 20.Legislation and Statutory Interpretation360 Elizabeth Garrett 21.Informalism as a Form of Legal Ordering378 Christine B. Harrington PART VISOURCES OF LAW AND THEORIES OF JURISPRUDENCE 22.Natural Law399 Robert P. George 23.Rights in Legal and Political Philosophy414 Matthew H. Kramer 24.Formalism: Legal, Constitutional, Judicial428 Frederick Schauer 25.Feminist Theory and the Law437 Judith A. Baer 26.The Racial Subject in Legal Theory451 Sheila Foster R. A. Lenhardt PART VIITHE AMERICAN JUDICIAL CONTEXT 27.Filling the Bench469 David A. Yalof 28.The U.S. Supreme Court487 Lee Epstein 29.Relations among Courts503 Susan Haire 30.Litigation and Legal Mobilization522 Michael McCann 31.Legal Profession541 Richard L. Abel PART VIIITHE POLITICAL AND POLICY ENVIRONMENT OF COURTS IN THE UNITED STATES 32.Judicial Independence557 Frank Cross 33.Law and Regulation576 Susan RoseAckerman 34.Law as an Instrument of Social Reform595 Charles R. Epp 35.Criminal Justice and the Police614 Wesley G. Skogan 36.Law and Political Ideologies626 Julie Novkov 37.Courts and the Politics of Partisan Coalitions644 Howard Gillman 38.Understanding Regime Change: Public Opinion, Legitimacy, and Legal Consciousness663 Scott Barclay Susan S. Silbey PART IXINTERDISCIPLINARY APPROACHES TO LAW AND POLITICS 39.Law and Society681 Lynn Mather 40.The Analysis of Courts in the Economic Analysis of Law698 Lewis A. Kornhauser 41.Psychology and the Law711 Tom R. Tyler 42.Law and History723 Christopher Tomlins PART XOLD AND NEW 43.The Path of the Law in Political Science: DeCentering Legality from Olden Times to the Day before Yesterday737 Stuart A. Scheingold 44.Reflections about Judicial Politics752 Harold J. Spaeth 45.Law and Politics: The Problem of Boundaries767 Martin Shapiro Index000
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Law -- Political aspects.
Political questions and judicial power.
Law -- Interpretation and construction.