Table of contents for The Oxford handbook of law and politics / edited by Keith E. Whittington, R. Daniel Kelemen, and Gregory A. Caldeira.

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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.