Contents: Tom Ginsburg/Robert Kagan: Introduction: Institutionalist Approaches to Courts as Political Actors – R. Shep Melnick:
«One Government Agency Among Many»: The Political Juris-Prudence (sic) of Martin Shapiro – Howard Gillman: How Political Parties
Can Use the Cours to Advance Their Agendas: Federal Courts in the United States, 1875-1891 – R. Shep Melnick: Deregulating
the States: The Political Jurisprudence of the Rehnquist Court – Alec Stone Sweet: Judicial Authority and Market Integration
in Europe – Carol Harlow: Deconstructing Government? – Paul Craig: The Constitutionalization of Community Administration –
Javier Couso: Judicial Independence in Latin America: The Lessons of History in Search for an Always Elusive Ideal – Tom Ginsburg:
Beyond Judicial Review: Ancillary Powers of Constitutional Courts – Bronwen Morgan: The Internationalization of Economic Review
of Legislation: Non-Judicial Legalization? – Martin Shapiro: Law, Courts and Politics.