The growing importance of the courts in Dutch politics is reflected in the following publications:
- B. Steunenberg, Courts, Cabinet and Coalition Parties: the Politics of Euthanasia in a Parliamentary Setting, British Journal of Political Science, Vol. 27 (1997), pp. 551-571
- P.J. van Koppen and J. van Kate, Judicialisation of Politics in the Netherlands: Towards a Form of Judicial Review, International Political Science Review, Vol. 15 (1994), pp. 143-153
- P.J. van Koppen, Judicial Policy-Making in the Netherlands: the Case-by-Case Method, West European Politics, Vol. 15:3 (1992), pp. 80-93
- L.E. de Groot-van Leeuwen, The Equilibrium Elite: Composition and Position of the Dutch Judiciary, The Netherlands Journal of Social Sciences, Vol. 28, (1992), pp. 141-154
- P.J. van Koppen, The Dutch Supreme Court and Parliament: Political Decision Making versus Nonpolitical Appointments, Law and Society Review, Vol. 24 (1990), pp. 745-781.