Law and Management: Comparatively Assessing the Reach of Judicialization

  • Robert K. Christensen
  • Charles R. Wise
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Abstract

The concept of judicialization circumscribes a multiplicity of meanings. In this chapter, we focus on one of the ‘newest’ meanings of judicializa-tion, what Tate and Vallinder (1995b: 516) refer to as ‘Judicialization I’: judges and judicial institutions as policy makers complementing, substituting, or competing with politically accountable policy actors.

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