The Supreme Court, the Media, and Public Opinion: Comparing Experimental and Observational Methods
Transparency and Compliance: The Costa Rican Supreme Court's Monitoring System
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"Chief Justice Roberts in His Own Voice: The Chief Justice's Self-Assignment of Majority Opinions"
"Docket Control at the Supreme Court of Canada: What's Behind the Screen?"
"Preference Heterogeneity of the Judiciary and the Composition of Political Jurisdictions"
"Have Inter-Judge Sentencing Disparities Increased in an Advisory Guidelines Regime? Evidence From Booker"
"Expertise and Opinion Assignment on the Courts of Appeals"
The Puzzle of Unanimity: Consensus on the U.S. Supreme Court
Dumbing Down the Courts: How Politics Keeps the Smartest Judges Off the Bench
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