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  • Print publication year: 2017
  • Online publication date: December 2017

25 - Democratic Experimentalism

from Part III - Structures of the Legal Contemporary
De Burca, Grainne, Keohane, Robert O., and Sabel, Charles, 2013. “New modes of pluralist governance,” New York University Journal of International Law and Politics 45: 723–83.
Dorf, Michael C. and Sabel, Charles F. 1998. “A constitution of democratic experimentalism,” Columbia Law Review 98: 267469.
Gilson, Ronald, Scott, Robert and Sabel, Charles F. 2008. “Contracting for innovation,” Columbia Law Review 109: 431502.
Noonan, Kathleen G., Sabel, Charles F., and Simon, William H., 2009. “Legal accountability in the service-based welfare state,” Law & Social Inquiry 34: 523–68.
Sabel, Charles F. 2006. “A real time revolution in routines,” in Adler, Paul and Hecksher, Charles (eds.) The Corporation as a Collaborative Community. New York: Russell Sage, pp. 106–56.
Sabel, Charles F. 2012. “Dewey, democracy, and democratic experimentalism,” Contemporary Pragmatism 9: 3555.
Sabel, Charles F. and Zeitlin, Jonathan, 2008. “Learning from difference: the new architecture of experimentalist governance in the EU,” European Law Journal 14: 271327.
Sabel, Charles F. and Simon, William H., 2012. “Contextualizing regimes: institutionalization as a response to the limits of interpretation and policy engineering,” Michigan Law Review 110: 12651308.
Sabel, Charles F. and Simon, William H., 2015. “Minimalism and experimentalism in the administrative state,” Georgetown Law Journal 100: 5393.
Sabel, Charles F. and Simon, William H., 2016. “The duty of responsible administration and the problem of police accountability,” Yale Journal on Regulation 33: 165212.
Simon, William H. 2006. “Toyota jurisprudence: legal theory and rolling rule regimes,” in de Burca, Grainne and Scott, Joanne (eds.) Law and New Governance in the EU and the US. Oxford: Hart, pp. 3764.
Simon, William H. 2012. “The institutional configuration of Deweyan democracy,” Contemporary Pragmatism 9: 534.