The Oxford Handbook of Legislative Studies
Editors: Shane Martin, Thomas Saalfeld and Kaare Strøm
Oxford Handbooks in Political Science bring together the world's leading scholars to discuss research and the latest thinking in a range of major topics in political science. Containing specially-commissioned essays with extensive referencing to further reading, the handbooks offer both thorough introductions to topics in the discipline, and a useful reference resource for scholars and advanced students. Together with Shane Martin (Dublin City University) and Kaare Strøm (University of Southern California San Diego), Thomas Saalfeld is jointly editing the Oxford Handbook of Legislative Studies, which has a global scope in terms of its coverage and seeks to provide a definitive assessment of the state of the art in this important sub-field of Political Science. The Handbook is scheduled to be submitted to the publishers in 2013 and to be published in 2014.
Contributors include many of the most distinguished experts in the field of legislative studies such as Rudy Andeweg, Audrey André, Josephine Andrews, André Bächtiger, Stefanie Bailer, Royce Carroll, Gary Cox, Brian Crisp, Sam Depauw, Daniel Diermeier, William Downs, Jamie Druckman, Reuven Hazan, William Heller, Simon Hix, Bjorn Hoyland, Chris Kam, Matthew Kerby, Thad Kousser, Amie Kreppel, Scott MacKenzie, Eddie Malesky, Lanny Martin, Mathew McCubbins, Carol Mershon, Wolfgang C. Müller, Philip Norton, Keith Poole, Sven-Oliver Proksch, Bjørn-Erik Rasch, Tapio Raunio, Sebastian Saiegh, Donald Searing, Matthew Soberg Shugart, Ulrich Sieberer, Anne Skorkjær Binderkrantz, Jonathan Slapin, Michelle Taylor-Robinson, Georg Vanberg and Joachim Wehner.