Princeton, NJ 08544-1012
Princeton University - Department of Political Science
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Judicial decision-making, legal rules, fact patterns, classification trees
Supreme Court, certiorari, case selection, judicial hierarchy, simulation analysis
courts of appeals, panel composition, panel effects, voting, judging
Courts of Appeals, Panel Effects, Race, Counter-judges
Opinion assignment, authorship, Courts of Appeals, gender, ideology, sexual harassment
Supreme Court, responsiveness, nominations, public opinion, multilevel models, poststratification
Supreme Court, certiorari, conflict, hierachy, optimal stopping
Courts of Appeals, panel effects, judging, collegiallity, hierarchy, multilevel models
Supreme Court, Nominations, Senate, Parties, Responsiveness, Multilevel Models
Supreme Court, Senate, nominations, roll call votes, polarization, interest groups, race
Supreme Court, Public Opinion, Elite Cues, Court Curbing, Judicial Independence, Survey Experiments
Counter-majoritarian difficulty, abortion, judicial review, public opinion, status quo bias, Roe v. Wade
Judicial Hierarchy, Precedent, Team Theory, Agency Theory, Collegiality
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