Michael J. Nelson
Michael J. Nelson
Pennsylvania State University, Department of Political Science
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Is the US Supreme Court's legitimacy grounded in performance satisfaction and ideology?
JL Gibson, MJ Nelson
American Journal of Political Science 59 (1), 162-174, 2015
The legitimacy of the US Supreme Court: Conventional wisdoms and recent challenges thereto
JL Gibson, MJ Nelson
Annual Review of Law and Social Science 10, 201-219, 2014
Ignorance or opposition? Blank and spoiled votes in low-information, highly politicized environments
A Driscoll, MJ Nelson
Political Research Quarterly 67 (3), 547-561, 2014
Racial and Gender Diversity on State Courts-An AJS Study
M Reddick, MJ Nelson, RP Caufield
Judges J. 48, 28, 2009
Change in Institutional Support for the US Supreme Court: Is the Court’s Legitimacy Imperiled by the Decisions It Makes?
JL Gibson, MJ Nelson
Public Opinion Quarterly 80 (3), 622-641, 2016
Reconsidering positivity theory: What roles do politicization, ideological disagreement, and legal realism play in shaping US supreme court legitimacy?
JL Gibson, MJ Nelson
Journal of Empirical Legal Studies 14 (3), 592-617, 2017
Oh, mi: A note on empirical examinations of judicial elections
MJ Nelson, RP Caufield, AD Martin
State Politics & Policy Quarterly 13 (4), 495-511, 2013
The 2011 judicial elections in Bolivia
A Driscoll, MJ Nelson
Electoral Studies 3 (31), 628-632, 2012
Blacks and Blue: How and why African Americans judge the American legal system
JL Gibson, MJ Nelson
Oxford University Press, USA, 2018
Judicial Selection and the Democratization of Justice: Lessons from the Bolivian Judicial Elections
A Driscoll, MJ Nelson
Journal of Law and Courts 3 (1), 115-148, 2015
Uncontested and Unaccountable-Rates of Contestation in Trial Court Elections
MJ Nelson
Judicature 94, 208, 2010
Responsive justice? Retention elections, prosecutors, and public opinion
MJ Nelson
Journal of Law and Courts 2 (1), 117-152, 2014
The transmission of legal precedent among state supreme courts in the twenty-first century
RK Hinkle, MJ Nelson
State Politics & Policy Quarterly 16 (4), 391-410, 2016
The Political Origins of Judicial Elections: Evidence from the United States and Bolivia
A Driscoll, MJ Nelson
Judicature 96, 151, 2012
New evidence for a positive relationship between de facto judicial independence and state respect for empowerment rights
C Crabtree, MJ Nelson
International studies quarterly 61 (1), 210-224, 2017
Can the US Supreme Court Have Too Much Legitimacy?
JL Gibson, MJ Nelson
Making law and courts research relevant: The normative implications of …, 2015
The effects of trial judge gender and public opinion on criminal sentencing decisions
CL Boyd, MJ Nelson
Vand. L. Rev. 70, 1819, 2017
Keeping Appointments: The Politics of Confirming United States Attorneys
MJ Nelson, I Ostrander
Justice System Journal 37 (3), 211-231, 2016
Unanswered Questions and an Agenda for Future Research
MJ Nelson, JL Gibson
Routledge Handbook of Judicial Behavior, 132, 2017
Elections and explanations: Judicial retention and the readability of judicial opinions
MJ Nelson
Unpublished manuscript, 2013
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