Recent developments have pushed election scholarship in new directions. As a result, interdisciplinary work has flourished, and political scientists and law professors have developed a more sophisticated sense of the relationship between law and politics. This series seeks to create an intellectual roadmap for the field, one that systematically examines the issues confronting both mature and emerging democracies. It will chart those new intellectual paths to spur interdisciplinary work, to identify productive ways in which scholars' research agendas connect to policy-makers' reform agendas, and to disseminate this body of work to the growing audience interested in the intersection of law, politics, and democracy.
General Editors: Heather K. Gerken, Yale Law School; Guy-Uriel E. Charles, Duke Law School; Michael Kang, Emory Law School