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Judicial lobbying Judicial lobbying
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"This paper links the theory of interest groups influence over the legislature with that of congressional control over the judiciary. The resulting framework reconciles the theoretical literature of lobbying with the negative available evidence on the impact of lobbying over legislative outcomes, and sheds light to the determinants of lobbying in separation-of-powers systems. We provide conditions for judicial decisions to be sensitive to legislative lobbying, and find that lobbying falls the more divided the legislature is on the relevant issues. We apply this framework to analyze supreme court labor decisions in Argentina, and find results consistent with the predictions of the theory"--National Bureau of Economic Research web site.
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Iaryczower, Matías. Judicial lobbying
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Spiller, Pablo T. (Pablo Tomas), 1951- Judicial lobbying
Tommasi, Mariano, 1964- Judicial lobbying
National Bureau of Economic Research. Judicial lobbying