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Daniel Beers, "Building Democratic Courts from the Inside Out: Judicial Autonomy and the Rule of Law in Postcommunist Eastern Europe"

Daniel Beers, "Building Democratic Courts from the Inside Out: Judicial Autonomy and the Rule of ...
  1. Author: Russian and East European Institute
  2. Number of episodes: 1
  3. Web site: http://www.iub.edu/~reeiweb/events/2009/beers.pdf

Podcast Description:

Much of the debate about the rule of law in democratizing states centers on formal institutional design as the key to building a democratic judiciary. Drawing on original field research including more than 300 judicial surveys and interviews in Romania and the Czech Republic, I argue that the autonomy of judges in these transitioning democracies reflects a host of factors outside the purview of formal institutional rule--including the personal values and experiences of individual judges, materi

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1.Building Democratic Courts from the Inside Out: Judicial Autonomy and the Rule of Law in Postcommunist Eastern Europe01:09:10Daniel Beers2/8/2010Much of the debate about the rule of law in democratizing states centers on formal institutional design as the key to building a democratic judiciary. Drawing on original field research including more than 300 judicial surveys and interviews in Romania and the Czech Republic, I argue that the autonomy of judges in these transitioning democracies reflects a host of factors outside the purview of formal institutional rule--including the personal values and experiences of individual judges, mateRussian and East European InstituteEnglishDownload