Judicial Selection: Politics, Biases, and Constituency Demands
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- Thomas Stratmann & Gared Garner, 2003. "Judicial Selection: Politics, Biases, and Constituency Demands," Law and Economics 0302001, EconWPA, revised 06 Mar 2003.
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- Bonica, Adam & Sen, Maya, 2017. "The Politics of Selecting the Bench from the Bar: The Legal Profession and Partisan Incentives to Introduce Ideology into Judicial Selection," Working Paper Series rwp17-048, Harvard University, John F. Kennedy School of Government.
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