Courts and Governance in Asia: Exploring Variations and Effects
Courts and judges have become highly visible in the Asian political landscape as part of a global trend towards the judicialisation of politics. Yet, while there is increased understanding of what is driving this trend, current models do little to explain what courts and judges actually do; nor is there agreement on how judicial behaviour might affect governance. Here I present a typology of judicial politics to support the argument that judicial behaviour over time is an outcome of the...[Show more]
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