Tom Ginsburg
Tom Ginsburg
Leo Spitz Professor of International Law, University of Chicago; American Bar
Verified email at uchicago.edu
TitleCited byYear
Judicial review in new democracies: Constitutional courts in Asian cases
T Ginsburg
Cambridge University Press, 2003
12442003
The endurance of national constitutions
Z Elkins, T Ginsburg, J Melton
Cambridge University Press, 2009
6492009
Rule by law: the politics of courts in authoritarian regimes
T Ginsburg, T Moustafa
3962008
Introduction
R Dixon, T Ginsburg
Comparative Constitutional Law in Asia, 2014
3732014
International substitutes for domestic institutions: Bilateral investment treaties and governance
T Ginsburg
International Review of Law and Economics 25 (1), 107-123, 2005
2642005
Adjudicating in anarchy: an expressive theory of international dispute resolution
T Ginsburg, RH McAdams
Wm. & Mary L. Rev. 45, 1229, 2003
2502003
The declining influence of the United States constitution
DS Law, M Versteeg
NYUL Rev. 87, 762, 2012
2292012
The empirical turn in international legal scholarship
G Shaffer, T Ginsburg
American Journal of International Law 106 (1), 1-46, 2012
2192012
Bounded discretion in international judicial lawmaking
T Ginsburg
Va. J. Int'l L. 45, 631, 2004
2062004
Seeds of peace: A Buddhist vision for renewing society
S Sivaraksa
Parallax Press, 1992
2021992
Does law matter for economic development? Evidence from East Asia
T Ginsburg
Law & Society Review 34 (3), 829-856, 2000
1982000
Comparative judicial discretion: An empirical test of economic models
RD Cooter, T Ginsburg
International Review of Law and Economics 16 (3), 295-313, 1996
1961996
Does the process of constitution-making matter?
T Ginsburg, Z Elkins, J Blount
Annual review of law and social science 5, 201-223, 2009
1932009
The unreluctant litigant? An empirical analysis of Japan’s turn to litigation
T Ginsburg, G Hoetker
The Journal of Legal Studies 35 (1), 31-59, 2006
1812006
Guarding the guardians: Judicial councils and judicial independence
N Garoupa, T Ginsburg
The American Journal of Comparative Law 57 (1), 103-134, 2009
1482009
Getting to rights: Treaty ratification, constitutional convergence, and human rights practice
Z Elkins, T Ginsburg, B Simmons
Harv. Int'l LJ 54, 61, 2013
1392013
Why do countries adopt constitutional review?
T Ginsburg, M Versteeg
The Journal of Law, Economics, & Organization 30 (3), 587-622, 2013
1282013
Commitment and diffusion: How and why national constitutions incorporate international law
T Ginsburg, S Chernykh, Z Elkins
U. Ill. L. Rev., 201, 2008
1262008
The global spread of constitutional review
T Ginsburg
Oxford Handbook of Law and Politics (Keith Whittington and Daniel Kelemaná…, 2008
1232008
Introduction: the functions of courts in authoritarian politics
T Ginsburg, T Moustafa
Rule by law: The politics of courts in authoritarian regimes 1, 2008
1222008
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