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    Index

    Ao Declaratria de Constitucionalidade, ADC. See Supreme Court, Brazil, judicial review, abstract, Declaratory Action of Constitutionality

    Ao Direta de Inconstitucionalidade por Omisso, ADIn por Omisso. See Supreme Court, Brazil, judicial review, abstract, Direct Action of Unconstitutionality by Omission

    Ao Direta de Inconstitucionalidade, ADIn. See Supreme Court, Brazil, judicial review, abstract, Direct Action of Unconstitutionality

    accommodation pattern of inter-branch interaction. See Brazil, inter-branch interactions in

    Administracin Nacional de Seguridad Social, ANSES. See Social Security Administration, Argentina

    Alfonsn, Ral, 39, 45, 734, 84, 1313, 1412

    amparo, 42n19, 149Arantes, Rogrio Bastos, 10n14, 53n59,

    178n42, 182n57, 193n1Argentina

    bank freezes, 23, 46, 47, 72cases concerning economic policy. See Court

    cases, Argentinacivil service, 49civil society, 41Codes. See Codes, ArgentinaConstitution of 1853, 41, 42, 126constitutional reform. See Argentina, legal

    transitionDecrees. See Decrees, Argentinaeconomic collapse 1989, 45, 143economic collapse 2001, 40, 46, 149economic transition, 4450

    civil service and labor reform, 4950economic context, 456opening the economy and

    privatization, 48social security reform, 48, 140

    stabilization plans and monetary policy, 467

    Austral Plan, 46, 132, 141Bonex Plan, 47n40, 144Convertibility Plan (peso), 47, 146

    tax and fiscal reform, 49inter-branch interactions in, 5, 32, 1212,

    12333, 13952, 1956Court character thesis, 1339, 1423,

    1456, 1489, 1512, 1956elected branch compliance and retaliation,

    1301, 2323; See also Court cases, Argentina

    patterns ofconfrontation, 8, 131, 133, 1403,

    14652Court submission, 8, 131, 137, 142,

    14352Supreme Court approaches to decision-

    making, 12830, 22431deferential, 129, 131, 135, 145, 153pragmatic, 130principled, 129self-protective, 130

    Supreme Court selective assertiveness, 121, 1278, 2223

    judicial centralization in, 703appeals as tactic of, 701laws facilitating, 72need for, 70Supreme Court as participant, 723

    judicialization of economic governance, 50labor reform, 49labor unions, 49Laws. See Laws, Argentinalegal transition, 3944

    constitutional reform, 39, 413, 74, 834social and economic rights, 42

    inclusion on agenda of rule of law issues, 3941

    increasing concern with rights, 41judicial reform, 43judicialization, 434

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    military trials, 39, 40Ombudsman (Defensor del Pueblo), 42piqueteros, 40political parties. See Peronist Party; Radical

    Partypoliticization of the Supreme Court.

    See Supreme Court, Argentina, politicization of

    Social Security Administration. See Social Security Administration, Argentina

    Argio de Descumprimento de Preceito Fundamental, ADPF. See Supreme Court, Brazil, judicial review, abstract, Argumentation of Failure to Comply with a Fundamental Precept

    bank freeze, 13in Argentina, 23, 46, 47, 72in Brazil, 12, 59

    Baum, Lawrence, 14n22, 20Bianchi, Alberto, 73, 73n15, 79, 91n60,

    148n45, 151, 152Brazil

    bank freeze, 12, 59cases concerning economic policy. See Court

    cases, Brazilcivil society, 51Constitution of 1988, 524, 53n56, 59n71,

    60, 63, 98, 98n12, 155, 170, 178, 178n41, 181

    Constitutional Amendments. See Constitutional Amendments, Brazil

    constitutional reform. See Brazil, legal transition

    economic transition, 5763civil service reform, 62economic context, 578opening the economy and

    privatization, 60social security reform, 601stabilization plans, 5860, 1823

    Collor, Plans I and II, 59Cruzado Plan, 59Real Plan, 578, 59

    tax and fiscal reform, 612, 99n17, 17781

    inter-branch interactions in, 5, 32, 15670, 17688, 196

    Court character thesis, 1706, 1812, 1878, 190, 196

    elected branch compliance and retaliation, 168, 2601; See also Court cases, Brazil

    patterns ofaccommodation, 8, 157, 15961,

    16870, 17788Supreme Court approaches to

    decision-making, 1667, 2519deferential, 167pragmatic, 166, 189principled, 166, 176self-protective, 166support-building, 167

    Supreme Court selective assertiveness, 1645, 24750

    judicial centralization in, 95100appeals as tactics of, 967concentrating authority in the

    STF, 100need for, 956Supreme Court as participant, 100

    judicialization of economic governance, 63, 1556

    Laws. See Laws, Brazillegal transition, 506

    constitutional reform, 524, 989, 178reform to economic order articles,

    534, 60inclusion on agenda of rule of law

    issues, 51increasing concern with rights, 512judicial reform, 546, 99, 104n36judicialization, 56

    lower courts, 98n14Office of the Federal Prosecutor, 54n64,

    147n43party system fragmentation, 11012, 175political parties. See Workers Party, Brazil;

    Brazilian Democratic Movement Party

    professionalization of the Supreme Court. See Supreme Court, Brazil (Supremo Tribunal Federal, STF), professionalization of

    Brazilian Democratic Movement Party (Partido do Movimento Democrtico Brasileiro, PMDB), 111

    Brinks, Daniel, 34, 96n7, 193n1, 200, 208, 208n20

    Cardoso, Fernando Henrique, 578, 60Carri, Alejandro, 42, 144, 144n30, 145n36Cavallo, Domingo, 46, 47Chavez, Rebecca, 74n17, 88n47, 193n1,

    197, 200Codes, Argentina

    Argentina (cont.)

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    Civil and Commercial Procedural Code, 71, 72

    Codes, Brazil Civil Code, 99

    Collor de Mello, Fernando, 2, 51, 59, 60compliance with judicial decisions, 1921

    measuring, 19theories of, 20

    communications, 20external actors, 20legitimacy, 20normative, 20

    CONADEP. See National Commission on Disappeared Persons

    confrontation pattern of inter-branch interactions. See Argentina, inter-branch interactions in

    Constitutional Amendments, Brazil No. 12, 62No. 19, civil service reform, 63No. 20, social security reform, 61No. 3, constitutionality and fiscal reform,

    55, 99, 177, 178, 179No. 41, pension reform, 61No. 45, judical reform, 99No. 45, judicial reform, 55

    constitutional reform. See Argentina, legal transition; Brazil, legal transition

    constitutions. See Argentina, Constitution of 1853; Brazil, Constitution of 1988

    Contribuio Provisria sobre Movimentao Financeira, CPMF. See Provisional Contribution on Financial Transactions; Court cases, Brazil

    corralito. See Argentina, bank freezesCorte Suprema de Justicia de la Nacin, CSJN.

    See Supreme Court, ArgentinaCourt cases, Argentina, 1237, 13952,

    21633Guida, Liliana contra Poder Ejecutivo

    Nacional, 14652, 2067, 220, 222, 226

    Peralta, Luis Arcenio y otro contra Nacin Argentina, 124, 1436, 217, 222, 224

    Porcelli, Luis A. contra Banco de la Nacin Argentina, 1323

    Roln Zappa, Victor contra Estado Nacional, 124, 1403, 216, 223, 230, 2323

    Tobar, Leonidas contra Ministerio de Defensa Contadura General del Ejrcito, 125, 14652, 2067, 221, 223, 229, 2323

    Court cases, Brazil, 15864, 17688, 23461CPMF, ADIns 1497 and 2031, 160, 169,

    17782, 242, 248, 249, 256, 2601FGTS, RE 22855, 161, 169, 1828, 207,

    240, 249, 257, 2601IPMF, ADIns 926 and 939, 159, 169,

    17782, 237, 259, 2601Court character, 21, 66, 201

    four features of, 278, 87in Argentina. See Supreme Court, Argentina,

    political character ofin Brazil. See Supreme Court, Brazil,

    statesman character ofinstitutional cohesion, 28perceived legitimacy, 27professional profile, 27stability, 27thesis, 3, 223, 303, 35, 122, 1334,

    1379, 156, 170, 189, 193, 1967Court crafting, 237, 69, 1945, 2013

    in Argentina. See Supreme Court Argentina, politicization of

    in Brazil. See Supreme Court, Brazil, professionalization of

    strategic explanations, 25, 78theories of judicial appointment, 256theory of, 267, 6970, 789, 94, 118,

    199200path dependency in, 26, 83, 108

    Court submission pattern of interaction. See Argentina, inter-branch interaction in

    CPMF tax case. See Court cases, Brazilcurrency plans. See Argentina, economic

    transition; Brazil, economic transition

    Dahl, Robert, 12, 19De la Ra, Fernando, 2, 40, 45, 85, 148Declaratory Action of Constitutionality.

    See Supreme Court, Brazil, judicial review, abstract; See also Constitutional Amendments, Brazil, No. 3

    Decrees, Argentina Decree of Necessity and Urgency 1819, 150Decree of Necessity and Urgency 2196,

    1412Decree of Necessity and Urgency 290, 1468Decree of Necessity and Urgency 36, 144Decree of Necessity and Urgency 430,

    147, 149Decree of Necessity and Urgency 896,

    14950

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    Decrees of Necessity and Urgency (Decretos de Necesidad y Urgencia, DNUs), 47n41, 145n36

    Direct Action of Unconstitutionality. See Supreme Court, Brazil, judicial review, abstract

    Dir