2013 - Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences
Law, Politics, Law and economics, Constitution and Comparative law are his primary areas of study. His is doing research in Judicial review, Constitutional court, Constitutional law, Constitutionalism and Judicial activism, both of which are found in Law. His research in Politics intersects with topics in Flexibility and Power.
His research integrates issues of Comparative literature, Institutional capacity, Civil procedure, Civil litigation and Empirical research in his study of Law and economics. His work carried out in the field of Constitution brings together such families of science as Simple, Positive economics, Presidential system and Amendment. His Comparative law research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Administrative law, Comparative politics, Public law and Supreme court.
His main research concerns Law, Law and economics, Politics, Constitution and Comparative law. His studies in Democracy, Public law, Constitutional law, Judicial review and Constitutional court are all subfields of Law research. His work in Judicial review tackles topics such as Judicial independence which are related to areas like Judicial activism.
His work deals with themes such as International law, Empirical research, Rule of law and Normative, which intersect with Law and economics. His studies deal with areas such as Legislature, Political economy and Power as well as Politics. His Political economy research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Constitutionalism, Development economics, Authoritarianism and East Asia.
His primary areas of investigation include Law, Law and economics, Constitution, Politics and Democracy. His works in Comparative law, Rule of law, Foreign relations, Philosophy of law and Municipal law are all subjects of inquiry into Law. He combines subjects such as International law and Normative with his study of Law and economics.
Tom Ginsburg has researched Constitution in several fields, including Genealogy, Sociocultural evolution and Constitutional law. His Politics study combines topics in areas such as Legalization and Jurisdiction. His work in Democracy covers topics such as Political economy which are related to areas like Liberal democracy.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Law, Politics, Law and economics, Political economy and Constitution. His Law research incorporates themes from Cyberspace and Physical law. His work on Militant as part of his general Politics study is frequently connected to Feature, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including CONTEST, Constitutional economics, Jurisdiction and Field. His Political economy research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Authoritarianism, Democracy, Separation of powers, National security and Demise. His Democracy research incorporates elements of Comparative law and Near miss.
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Comparative judicial discretion: An empirical test of economic models
Robert D. Cooter;Tom Ginsburg.
International Review of Law and Economics (1996)
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