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Number of items: 12.

Article

Ash, Elliott, Chen, Daniel L. and Ornaghi, Arianna (2024) Gender attitudes in the judiciary: evidence from U.S. circuit courts. American Economic Journal : Applied Economics, vol. 16 (n° 1). pp. 314-350.

Cao, Yu, Ash, Elliott and Chen, Daniel L. (2020) Automated fact-value distinction in court opinions. European Journal of Law and Economics, vol. 50 (n° 3). pp. 451-467.

Chen, Daniel L. and Ash, Elliott (2019) Case Vectors: Spatial Representations of the Law Using Document Embeddings. Law as Data, vol. 11.

Ash, Elliott and Chen, Daniel L. (2018) What Kind of Judge is Brett Kavanaugh?: A Quantitative Analysis. Cardozo Law Review. pp. 70-100.

Book Section

Vunikili, Ramya, Ochani, Hitesh, Jaiswal, Divisha, Deshmukh, Richa, Chen, Daniel L. and Ash, Elliott (2018) Analysis of Vocal Implicit Bias in SCOTUS Decisions Through Predictive Modelling. In: Proceedings of Experimental Linguistics: Proceedings of 9th Tutorial and Research Workshop on Experimental Linguistics, 28-30 August 2018, Paris, France cs ExLing Society. Athens ISBN 9789604661985

Monograph

Ash, Elliott, Chen, Daniel L. and Naidu, Suresh (2022) Ideas Have Consequences : The Impact of Law and Economics on American Justice. TSE Working Paper, n. 22-1392, Toulouse

Ash, Elliott, Asher, Sam, Bhowmick, Aditi, Bhupatiraju, Sandeep, Chen, Daniel L., Devi, Tatanya, Goessmann, Christoph, Novosad, Paul and Siddiqi, Bilal (2022) Measuring Gender and Religious Bias in the Indian Judiciary. TSE Working Paper, n. 22-1395, Toulouse

Vunikili, Ramya, Ochani, Hitesh, Jaiswal, Divisha, Deshmukh, Richa, Chen, Daniel L. and Ash, Elliott (2018) Analysis of Vocal Implicit Bias in SCOTUS Decisions Through Predictive Modelling. TSE Working Paper, n. 18-982, Toulouse

Ash, Elliott, Chen, Daniel L., Mainali, Nischal and Meier, Liam (2018) Automated Classification of Modes of Moral Reasoning in Judicial Decisions. TSE Working Paper, n. 18-979, Toulouse

Ash, Elliott, Chen, Daniel L., Delgado, Raul, Fierro, Eduardo and Lin, Shasha (2018) Learning Policy Levers: Toward Automated Policy Analysis Using Judicial Corpora. TSE Working Paper, n. 18-977, Toulouse

Ash, Elliott and Chen, Daniel L. (2018) Mapping the geometry of law using document embeddings. TSE Working Paper, n. 18-935, Toulouse

Ash, Elliott, Chen, Daniel L. and Lu, Wei (2018) Motivated Reasoning in the Field: Partisanship in Precedent, Prose, Vote, and Retirement in U.S. Circuit Courts, 1800-2013. TSE Working Paper, n. 18-976, Toulouse

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