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|a UKMGB |b eng |e rda |c UKMGB |d ONS |d OCLCF |d VWL |d YDX
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|a KF9685 |b .H82 2022
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|a (OCoLC)1338668356
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|a KF9685 |b .H82 2022
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|a Huang, Zhe, |e author.
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|a Deep IV in law : |b appellate decisions and texts impact sentencing in trial courts / |c Zhe Huang, Xinyue Zhang, Ruofan Wang, Daniel L. Chen.
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|a Cambridge, United Kingdom ; |a New York, NY : |b Cambridge University Press, |c 2022.
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|a 42 pages : |b illustrations ; |c 23 cm.
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|a text |2 rdacontent.
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|a unmediated |2 rdamedia.
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|a volume |2 rdacarrier.
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|a Cambridge elements. Elements in law, economics and politics.
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|a Includes bibliographical references.
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|a "Do US Circuit Courts' decisions on criminal appeals influence sentence lengths imposed by US District Courts? We explore the use of high-dimensional instrumental variables to estimate this causal relationship. Using judge characteristics as instruments, we implement two-stage models on court sentencing data for the years 1991 through 2013. We find that Democratic, Jewish judges tend to favor criminal defendants, while Catholic judges tend to rule against them. We also find from our experiment that prosecutors backlash to circuit court rulings while district court judges comply. Methodologically, we demonstrate the applicability of deep instrumental variables to legal data"-- |c Back cover.
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|a Appellate courts |z United States.
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|a Sentences (Criminal procedure) |z United States |x Decision making.
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|a Judges |x Attitudes.
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|a Judges |z United States.
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|a Sentences (Criminal procedure) |z United States.
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|a Zhang, Xinyue, |e author.
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|a Wang, Ruofan, |e author.
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|a Chen, Daniel L., |e author.
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|i ebook version : |z 9781009296380.
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|a 2023-05-01T00:00:00:000Z
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|a Blacklight export from law
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|a jl 05/01/23
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|a Lillian Goldman Law Library |b Law Library >> KF9685 .H82 2022 |DELIM|b18691390
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|a KF9685 .H82 2022