International Journal of New Developments in Engineering and Society, 2020, 4(3); doi: 10.25236/IJNDES.040307.
Hefei No.1 High school Hefei, Anhui province 230601， China
The goal of this article is to examine whether the judges' votes can influence others' votes when serving on the appellate panels, which final decision is based on majority rule. The data of this article come from the same data of the article 'Institutional Dynamics on the U.S. Court of Appeals: Minority Representation under Panel Decision making' written by Farhang and Wawro. Section two of the article is to explain the general explanations of the peer effects. Furthermore, part three is about analyzing the data, then discussing and concluding.
Endogenous effects, judges group, circuit panel
Ziyu Wang. The endogenous effects on the three judges group on the judicial circuit panel. International Journal of New Developments in Engineering and Society (2020) Vol.4, Issue 3: 85-94. https://doi.org/10.25236/IJNDES.040307.
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