Works by Frank Cross on Judicial Decisionmaking and Legal Institutions

Frank B. Cross, Decisionmaking in the U.S. Circuit Courts of Appeals, 91 California Law Review 1457-1515 (2003) (reviewing and testing the leading theories of appellate court decisionmaking)

Frank B. Cross & Blake Nelson, Strategic Institutional Effects on Supreme Court Decisionmaking, 95 Northwestern University Law Review 1437-94 (2001) (assessing the degree to which the Supreme Court attends to congressional preferences in constitutional as well as statutory matters)

Frank B. Cross & Emerson Tiller, The Three Faces of Federalism: An Empirical Assessment of Supreme Court Federalism Jurisprudence, 73 Southern California Law Review 741-772 (2000) (evaluating the determinants of Supreme Court federalism jurisprudence)

Frank B. Cross & Emerson Tiller, Judicial Partisanship and Obedience to Legal Doctrine, 107 Yale Law Journal 2155-2176 (1998) (identifying factors influencing circuit court deference to administrative agencies under Supreme Court doctrine)

Frank B. Cross, The Folly of Federalism, 24 Cardozo Law Review 1-59 (2002) (examining the effects of federalism on localized decisionmaking)

Frank B. Cross, The Role of Law in Human Rights Protection, 19 International Review of Law & Economics 87-98 (1999) (testing the effect of constitutionalization on protection from unreasonable search and seizure)

Frank B. Cross, The First Thing We Do Let’s Kill All the Economists: An Empirical Evaluation of the Effect of Lawyers on the United States Economy and Political System, 70 Texas Law Review 645-683 (1992) (testing for the effects of lawyers numbers on national economies)