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Published by Oxford University Press in New York .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Judicial process

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Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

StatementEdited by Glendon Schubert [and] David J. Danelski.
ContributionsSchubert, Glendon A., ed., Danelski, David Joseph, 1930- ed.
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LC ClassificationsLAW
The Physical Object
Paginationxxii, 412 p.
Number of Pages412
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4910321M
LC Control Number76082996

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Comparative Judicial Behavior (Book Review) Authors. Donald P. Kommers, Notre Dame School of Law Follow. Document Type. Book Review. Publication Date. Publication Information. 15 Am. J. Juris. () Recommended Citation. Unlike almost all other volumes, this Handbook examines judicial behavior from both an American and Comparative perspective. Part 1 provides a broad overview of the dominant Theoretical and Methodological perspectives used to examine and understand judicial behavior. The course should be especially relevant to those with an interest in comparative law and legal systems, comparative judicial behavior, the role of courts in politics and social change, and the rule of law around the world. Books to Purchase: You will be required to buy Martin Shapiro’s book. The final section of this book, which focuses on comparative judicial politics and transnational courts, best reflects how far the judicial behavior inquiry has been taken in recent years. As Howard and Randazzo note in their introduction, previous overviews of the judicial behavior field would generally not have extended the scope very far.

Donald P. Kommers reviews Richard D. Baker's Judicial Review in Mexico: A Study of the Amparo Suit (Austin and London: University of Texas Press, ); B. L. Strayer's Judicial Review of Legislation in Canada (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, ); Heinz Laufer's Verfassungsgerichtsbarkeit und politischer Prozess (Tiibingen: J.C.B. Mohr [Paul Siebeck ], ); Mauro Cappelletti's. Comparative judicial behavior: cross-cultural studies of political decision-making in the East and West / Author: Edited by Glendon Schubert [and] David J. Danelski. Publication info: New York: Oxford University Press, Format: Book. Ginsburg's Judicial Reputation: A Comparative Theory Tracey E. Georget & G. Mitu Gulatitt Judicial Reputation: A Comparative Theory on Judicial Behavior (Princeton ) (arguing that judicial behavior can be examined by responsible book reviewer should, at a minimum, give the reader.   Despite having the final word on many policy issues, state supreme courts have received much less scholarly attention than the United States Supreme Court. Examining these often neglected institutions, this book demonstrates that by increasing our knowledge of the behavior of state supreme court judges across differing areas of law, we can enrich our understanding of the function of state.