Add to calendar 2015 12 15 113000 2015 12 15 113000 asia kolkata talk on judicial reputation a comparative theory judges are societys elders and experts our masters and mediators we depend on them to dispense justice with integrity deliberation and efficiency yet judges as alexander hamilton famously noted lack the power of the purse or the sword. Published on dec 1 2015 tom ginsburg the leo spitz professor of international law at the university of chicago law school discusses the new book judicial reputation a comparative theory. judicial reputation is the culmination of a remarkable research agenda by two of the foremost scholars of the worlds judicial systems the authors have produced a model of comparative scholarship integrating methodologies in a productive and persuasive way by employing both quantitative and qualitative empirics. Judicial reputation a comparative theory university press scholarship judges as alexander hamilton famously noted lack the purse or the sword and so must rely on their reputation to secure compliance with their decisions this book uses the economics of information to understand the organization of the judiciary. Their decisive analysis draws on experiences from asia europe and the americas judicial reputation is a book of huge significance not only as its title suggests for comparative legal theory but also because of the vast potential applications of garoupa and ginsburgs research
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