Jay N Krehbiel
Jay N Krehbiel
Associate Professor of Political Science, West Virginia University
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The politics of judicial procedures: The role of public oral hearings in the German constitutional court
JN Krehbiel
American Journal of Political Science 60 (4), 990-1005, 2016
Elections, public awareness, and the efficacy of constitutional review
J Krehbiel
Journal of Law and Courts 7 (1), 53-79, 2019
Can international courts enhance domestic judicial review? Separation of powers and the European court of justice
JN Krehbiel, S Cheruvu
The Journal of Politics 84 (1), 258-275, 2022
Public awareness and the behavior of unpopular courts
JN Krehbiel
British Journal of Political Science 51 (4), 1601-1619, 2021
Do voters punish noncompliance with high courts? A cross-national analysis
JN Krehbiel
Politics 41 (2), 156-172, 2021
Delegation, compliance, and judicial decision making in the court of justice of the European Union
S Cheruvu, JN Krehbiel
Journal of Law and Courts 10 (1), 113-138, 2022
The European court of justice
JN Krehbiel, MJ Gabel, CJ Carrubba
Routledge handbook of judicial behavior, 467-490, 2017
The COVID-19 pandemic and public support for European integration: Evidence from Germany
JN Krehbiel, S Cheruvu
Journal of Political Institutions and Political Economy 2 (1), 2021
Partisanship, pragmatism, or idealism? Evaluating public support for backlashes against international courts in backsliding democracies
S Cheruvu, JN Krehbiel, S Mussell
Journal of European Public Policy, 1-31, 2024
Do preliminary references increase public support for European Law? Experimental evidence from Germany
S Cheruvu, JN Krehbiel
International Organization 78 (1), 170-187, 2024
Strategic Delay and the Use of Incompatibility Rulings at the German Constitutional Court
JN Krehbiel
The Journal of Politics 83 (3), 821-833, 2021
Political Cover through Discretionary Procedures: Oral Hearings in the German Constitutional Court
J Krehbiel
APSA 2013 Annual Meeting Paper, American Political Science Association 2013 …, 2013
Evaluating Excuses: How the Public Judges Noncompliance
A Driscoll, J Krehbiel, M Nelson, T Samarth
Journal of Behavioral Public Administration 6, 2023
Do Politicized Domestic Courts Undermine Public Support for International Law?
S Cheruvu, J Krehbiel
Available at SSRN 4487507, 2023
The politics of panel systems: political insurance and the organization of high courts
J Krehbiel
European Political Science 21 (4), 522-536, 2022
The consistency principle: Crisis perceptions, partisanship and public support for democratic norms in comparative perspective
A Driscoll, J Krehbiel, MJ Nelson, S Kim
European Journal of Political Research, 2024
The Form and Function of Oral Arguments in High Courts
JN Krehbiel
Once lockdown was over, Germans on lower incomes went out while others stayed at home
A Driscoll, J Krehbiel, M Nelson
LSE COVID-19 Blog, 2020
COVID-19, Crises, and Public Support for the Rule of Law Teaching Modules
TK Chewning, B Johnson, A Driscoll, JN Krehbiel, MJ Nelson
Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR), 2020
Western Democratic Governments
J Krehbiel
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