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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
What's law got to do with it?.
Stanford, Calif. : Stanford University Press, 2011
|Material Type:||Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Charles Gardner Geyh
|Description:||1 online resource (xi, 355 p.) : ill.|
|Contents:||Introduction : so what does law have to do with it? / Charles G. Geyh --
What's law got to do with it : thoughts from "the realm of political science" / Jeffrey A. Segal --
On the study of judicial behaviors : of law, politics, science and humility / Stephen B. Burbank --
Law and policy : more and less than a dichotomy / Lawrence Baum --
Law is politics / Frank B. Cross --
Path dependence in studies of legal decision making / Eileen Braman and J. Mitchell Pickerill --
Looking for law in all the wrong places : some suggestions for modeling legal decisionmaking / Barry Friedman and Andrew D. Martin --
Stare decisis as reciprocity norm / Stefanie A. Lindquist --
How judicial elections are like other elections and what that means for the rule of law / Matthew J. Streb --
On the cataclysm of judicial elections and other popular anti-democratic myths / Melinda Gann Hall --
Are judicial elections democracy-enhancing? / David Pozen --
Judging the politics of judging : are politicians in robes inevitably illegitimate? / James L. Gibson --
The rule of law is dead! Long live the rule of law! / Keith J. Bybee --
Views from the bench / Frank Sullivan, Nancy Vaidik, Sarah Evans Barker.
|Responsibility:||edited by Charles Gardner Geyh.|
"Geyh (associate dean for research and John F. Kimberling professor of law, Indiana Univ. School of Law) is well qualified to edit this reader about the interaction of law and politics in
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