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The global expansion of judicial power / ed. by C. Neal Tate and Torbjorn Vallinder.

Contributor(s): Tate, Chester Neal, 1943- | Vallinder, Torbjorn.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookCall no.: LAW K 1995 632264Publication: New York : New York University Press, 1995Description: xii, 556 p : ill.Notes: Includes bibliographical references and index.; Some papers were originally presented at the theme meeting "Judicialization of Politics", hosted by the Centro studi sull'ordinamento giudiziario, Bologna, University of Bologna, Forlí, Italy, June 1992.ISBN: 0814782272; 9780814782279; 0814782094 (alk. paper); 9780814782095 (alk. paper).Subject(s): Judicial power | Judicial process | Judicial review of administrative acts
Contents:
1. The Global Expansion of Judicial Power : The Judicialization of Politics / C. Neal Tate and Torbjorn Vallinder -- PART I: CONCEPTS AND CONDITIONS -- 2. When the Courts Go Marching In / Torbjorn Vallinder -- 3. Why the Expansion of Judicial Power? / C. Neal Tate -- PART II: WESTERN COMMON-LAW DEMOCRACIES -- The United States and the United Kingdom -- 4. The United States / Martin Shapiro -- 5. The United Kingdom / Maurice Sunkin -- Australia -- 6. Judicial Intrusion into the Australian Cabinet / Brian Galligan and David R. Slater -- 7. The Executive, the Judiciary, and Immigration Appeals in Australia / John Power -- Canda -- 8. Social Progress and Judicial Power in Canada / W. A. Bogart -- 9. Canadian Constraints on Judicialization from Without / Peter H. Russell -- PART III: EUROPEAN ROMANO-GERMANIC DEMOCRACIES -- Cross-National Analyses -- 10. Training the Legal Professions in Italy, France and Germany / Anna Mestitz and Patrizia Pederzoli -- 11. The Judicialization of Judicial Salary Policy in Italy and the United State / Francesca Zannotti -- 12. Complex Coordinate Construction in France and Germany / Alec Stone -- The Italian Case -- 13. Italy: A Peculiar Case / Giuseppe Di Federico
14. Judicial Independence and Policy-Making in Italy / Carlo Guarnieri -- 15. Legal Politics Italian Styles / Michael Mandel -- Frane and Germany -- 16. France / Jacqueline Lucienne Lafon -- 17. Germany / Christine Landfried -- 18. Reunification and Prospects for Judicialization in Germany / H. G. Peter Wallach -- The Smaller Democracies -- 19. Sweden / Barry Holmstrom -- 20. The Netherlands: Toward a Form of Judicial Review / Jan ten Kate and Peter J. van Koppen -- 21. The Judiciary and Politics in Malta / Carmel A. Agius and Nancy A. Grosselfinger -- 22. Israel / Martin Edelman -- PART IV: RAPIDLY CHANGING NATIONS -- Post-Communist States -- 23. The Attempt to Institute Judicial Review in the Former USSR / Cheryl A. Thomas -- 24. Legal Reform and the Expansion of Judicial Power in Russia / William Kitchin -- Troubled Democracies -- 25. The Philippines and Southeast Asia / C. Neal Tate -- 26. The Judicialization of Namibian Politics / Nico Steytler -- CONCLUSION -- 27. Judicialization and the Future of Politics and Policy / C. Neal Tate and Torbjorn Vallinder.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Some papers were originally presented at the theme meeting "Judicialization of Politics", hosted by the Centro studi sull'ordinamento giudiziario, Bologna, University of Bologna, Forlí, Italy, June 1992.

1. The Global Expansion of Judicial Power : The Judicialization of Politics / C. Neal Tate and Torbjorn Vallinder -- PART I: CONCEPTS AND CONDITIONS -- 2. When the Courts Go Marching In / Torbjorn Vallinder -- 3. Why the Expansion of Judicial Power? / C. Neal Tate -- PART II: WESTERN COMMON-LAW DEMOCRACIES -- The United States and the United Kingdom -- 4. The United States / Martin Shapiro -- 5. The United Kingdom / Maurice Sunkin -- Australia -- 6. Judicial Intrusion into the Australian Cabinet / Brian Galligan and David R. Slater -- 7. The Executive, the Judiciary, and Immigration Appeals in Australia / John Power -- Canda -- 8. Social Progress and Judicial Power in Canada / W. A. Bogart -- 9. Canadian Constraints on Judicialization from Without / Peter H. Russell -- PART III: EUROPEAN ROMANO-GERMANIC DEMOCRACIES -- Cross-National Analyses -- 10. Training the Legal Professions in Italy, France and Germany / Anna Mestitz and Patrizia Pederzoli -- 11. The Judicialization of Judicial Salary Policy in Italy and the United State / Francesca Zannotti -- 12. Complex Coordinate Construction in France and Germany / Alec Stone -- The Italian Case -- 13. Italy: A Peculiar Case / Giuseppe Di Federico

14. Judicial Independence and Policy-Making in Italy / Carlo Guarnieri -- 15. Legal Politics Italian Styles / Michael Mandel -- Frane and Germany -- 16. France / Jacqueline Lucienne Lafon -- 17. Germany / Christine Landfried -- 18. Reunification and Prospects for Judicialization in Germany / H. G. Peter Wallach -- The Smaller Democracies -- 19. Sweden / Barry Holmstrom -- 20. The Netherlands: Toward a Form of Judicial Review / Jan ten Kate and Peter J. van Koppen -- 21. The Judiciary and Politics in Malta / Carmel A. Agius and Nancy A. Grosselfinger -- 22. Israel / Martin Edelman -- PART IV: RAPIDLY CHANGING NATIONS -- Post-Communist States -- 23. The Attempt to Institute Judicial Review in the Former USSR / Cheryl A. Thomas -- 24. Legal Reform and the Expansion of Judicial Power in Russia / William Kitchin -- Troubled Democracies -- 25. The Philippines and Southeast Asia / C. Neal Tate -- 26. The Judicialization of Namibian Politics / Nico Steytler -- CONCLUSION -- 27. Judicialization and the Future of Politics and Policy / C. Neal Tate and Torbjorn Vallinder.

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