The global expansion of judicial power /

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Other Authors: Tate, C. Neal (Chester Neal), 1943-, Vallinder, Torbjörn
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: New York : New York University Press, 1995
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Table of Contents:
  • The global expansion of judicial power : the judicialization of politics / C. Neal Tate and Torbjörn Vallinder
  • When the courts go marching in / Torbjörn Vallinder
  • Why the expansion of judicial power? / C. Neal Tate
  • The United States / Martin Shapiro
  • The United Kingdom / Maurice Sunkin
  • Judicial intrusion into the Australian cabinet / Brian Galligan and David R. Slater
  • The executive, the judiciary, and immigration appeals in Australia / John Power
  • Social progress and judicial power in Canada / W.A. Bogart
  • Canadian constraints on judicialization from without / Peter H. Russell
  • Training the legal professions in Italy, France and Germany / Anna Mestitz and Patrizia Pederzoli
  • The judicialization of judicial salary policy in Italy and the United States / Francesca Zannotti
  • Complex coordinate construction in France and Germany / Alec Stone
  • Italy : a peculiar case / Giuseppe Di Federico
  • Judicial independence and policy-making in Italy / Carlo Guarnieri
  • Legal politics Italian style / Michael Mandel
  • France / Jacqueline Lucienne Lafon
  • Germany / Christine Landfried
  • Reunification and prospects for judicialization in Germany / H.G. Peter Wallach
  • Sweden / Barry Holmström
  • The Netherlands : toward a form of judicial review / Jan ten Kate and Peter J. van Koppen
  • The judiciary and politics in Malta / Carmel A. Agius and Nancy A. Grosselfinger
  • Israel / Martin Edelman
  • The attempt to institute judicial review in the former USSR / Cheryl A. Thomas
  • Legal reform and the expansion of judical power in Russia / William Kitchin
  • The Philippines and Southeast Asia / C. Neal Tate
  • The judicialization of Namibian politics / Nico Steytler
  • Judicialization and the future of politics and policy / C. Neal Tate and Torbjörn Vallinder