3 Theoretical Inq. L. [i] (2002)

handle is hein.journals/thinla3 and id is 1 raw text is: Theoretical Inquiries in Law
Volume 3, Number 1, January 2002
Economic Analysis of Constitutional Law
Contents

Robert Cooter
Lewis A. Kornhauser
Tom Ginsburg
Saul Levmore
Maxwell L. Stearns
Dennis C. Mueller
Alon Harel
Eyal Benvenisti
Daphne Barak-Erez
Eli M. Salzberger &
Stefan Voigt

Constitutional Consequentialism: Bargain
Democracy versus Median Democracy        1
Virtue and Self-Interest in the Design of
Constitutional Institutions            21
Economic Analysis and the Design of
Constitutional Courts                  49
Ruling Majorities and Reasoning Pluralities  87
The Condorcet Jury Theorem and Judicial
Decisionmaking: A Reply to Saul Levmore 125
Defining Citizenship                  151
Economic Culturalism: A Comment on
Dennis Mueller, Defining Citizenship  167
Party Primaries as Collective Action with
Constitutional Ramifications: Israel as a
Case Study                             175
The Primaries System and Its Constitutional
Effect: Where Is the Revolution?       197
On Constitutional Processes and the
Delegation of Power, with Special Emphasis
on Israel and Central and Eastern Europe  207

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