Commitment and cooperation on high courts a cross-country examination of institutional constraints on judgesMaterial type: BookPublisher: New York Oxford University Press 2018Description: xvii,327p. illustrations 24 cm.ISBN: 9780199397594.Subject(s): Judges -- United States | Judges -- Selection and appointment -- United States | Judicial process -- United States | Political questions and judicial power -- United States | Courts -- United StatesDDC classification: 347.35
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Commitment and cooperation on high courts -- How do judges decide? -- Planting the seed : choosing high court judges -- Who hears the particular appeal? -- Do judges care about others? -- Slipping through the screen : how do courts choose the cases they hear? -- The influence of the parties on judges : accuracy or affiliation? -- Norms, leadership, and consensus -- Conclusion.