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Refereed Anthology

Empirical Studies of Judicial Systems 2011

Empirical Studies of Judicial Systems 2011

Sort:Comparative Study of Judiciary System, Empirical Study of Judicial Behavior, and Legislative Studies
Editor-in-Chief:Yun-chien Chang
Publication Date:2013-12
Describe:
2011 Empirical Studies of Judicial Systems collects five peer-reviewed articles in Chinese. Professor Jiunn-Rong Yeh explores why setting judicial deadlines has become an important feature in Taiwan’s judicial review. Professor Wen-Chen Chang examines the influence of Justices’ studying-abroad backgrounds on how they cite foreign laws and cases in their separate opinions. Professor Chi-Ting Tsai looks into the effects of the presidential signing statements on statutory interpretations in the Federal Court of Appeals in the United States. Professor Jimmy Chia-Shin Hsu traces the recent divergence of fault standards in criminal and tort defamation cases in Taiwan as a result of complex interactions between law and politics. Professor Yun-Chien Chang demonstrates the gap between the co-ownership partition law in the book and the law in action; in addition, he finds no empirical evidence for the scholarly claim that co-ownership partition would generally lead to fragmentation of land rights. This volume is a helpful resource for researchers and students interested in constitutional law, criminal law, tort law, property law,
American law, and legal methodology.

Table of Contents

Preface
by Tzu-Yi LinPage:i-iii
The Politics of UnconstitutionalityAn Empirical Analysis of Judicial Deadlines and Political Compliance in Taiwan
by Jiunn-Rong YehFull text in Chinese(PDF)Page:1-31Stable URL:http://publication.iias.sinica.edu.tw/90501121.pdf
An Empirical Study on the Reference of Foreign Laws and Precedents by Constitutional Court InterpretationsThe Studying-abroad Backgrounds as the Key
by Wen-Chen ChangFull text in Chinese(PDF)Stable URL:http://publication.iias.sinica.edu.tw/20401121.pdf
An Empirical Study on the Issuance of American Presidential Signing Statements and Relevant Judicial Judgments
by Chi-Ting TsaiFull text in Chinese(PDF)Page:85-146Stable URL:http://publication.iias.sinica.edu.tw/31011111.pdf
An Empirical Study of the Formation of Taiwan’s Dual Regime of Fault Standards in Criminal and Tort Defamation Laws
by Jimmy Chia-Shin HsuFull text in Chinese(PDF)Page:147-220Stable URL:http://publication.iias.sinica.edu.tw/60011111.pdf
An Empirical Study of Co-Ownership Partition Cases in Taiwan2008–2010
by Yun-chien ChangFull text in Chinese(PDF)Page:221-264Stable URL:http://publication.iias.sinica.edu.tw/40701112.pdf

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