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1999 - 2011

Edited by Hon. Richard A. Posner

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Volume 6, issue 2, 2004

Protection for Whom? Creditor Conflict and Bankruptcy pp. 249-284
Stanley D. Longhofer
Alcohol Prohibition and Cirrhosis pp. 285-318
Angela K. Dills
Toward a Signaling Explanation of the Private Choice of Corporate Law pp. 319-344
Edward M. Iacobucci
Comparative Causation pp. 345-368
Francesco Parisi
Agency Law and Contract Formation pp. 369-409
Eric B Rasmusen
Punish Once or Punish Twice: A Theory of the Use of Criminal Sanctions in Addition to Regulatory Penalties pp. 410-433
Nuno Garoupa
Comment on "Aligning the Interests of Lawyers and Clients" pp. 434-439
Abraham L. Wickelgren
Using Stationarity Tests in Antitrust Market Definition pp. 441-464
Mario Forni
Discussion of "Using Stationarity Tests in Antitrust Market Definition" pp. 465-475
Daniel Hosken and Christopher T. Taylor
Comment on Forni's "Using Stationarity Tests in Antitrust Market Definition" pp. 476-478
David Genesove

Volume 6, issue 1, 2004

Publish or Paris? Evidence of How Judges Allocate Their Time pp. 1-27
Ahmed E. Taha
Detecting Manipulation in Futures Markets: The Ferruzzi Soybean Episode pp. 28-71
Craig Pirrong
The Denominator Blindness Effect: Accident Frequencies and the Misjudgment of Recklessness pp. 72-94
W Kip Viscusi and Richard J. Zeckhauser
Mandatory Arbitration and Civil Litigation: An Empirical Study of Medical Malpractice Litigation in the West pp. 95-134
Albert Yoon
Was the Antitrust Action that Broke Up the Movie Studios Good for the Movies? Evidence from the Stock Market pp. 135-153
Arthur De Vany and Henry McMillan
Delivering Legality on the Internet: Developing Principles for the Private Provision of Commercial Law pp. 154-184
Gillian K. Hadfield
Penalty Enhancement for Hate Crimes: An Economic Analysis pp. 185-207
Dhammika Dharmapala and Nuno Garoupa
Filing a Nuisance Claim to Induce Successive Lawsuits pp. 208-216
Jeong-Yoo Kim
Protecting Homemakers' Marriage-Specific Investments under No-Fault Divorce: A Model for Restructuring Alimony in Civil Law Countries pp. 217-247
Aspasia Tsaoussis

Volume 5, issue 2, 2003

The Law and Economics of Immigration Policy pp. 271-317
Michael J. Trebilcock
Prison Conditions, Capital Punishment, and Deterrence pp. 318-343
Lawrence F. Katz, Steven Levitt and Ellen Shustorovich
Does Capital Punishment Have a Deterrent Effect? New Evidence from Postmoratorium Panel Data pp. 344-376
Hashem Dezhbakhsh, Paul H. Rubin and Joanna M. Shepherd
Justifying Imprisonment: On the Optimality of Excessively Costly Punishment pp. 377-411
Abraham L. Wickelgren
How Do the Laws of Probability Constrain Legislative and Judicial Efforts to Stop Racial Profiling? pp. 412-432
Jeff Dominitz
The Uneasy Case for Comparative Negligence pp. 433-469
Oren Bar-Gill and Omri Ben-Shahar
Exceptions to Employment at Will: Raising Firing Costs or Enforcing Life-Cycle Contracts? pp. 470-504
Max Schanzenbach

Volume 5, issue 1, 2003

The Condorcet Jury Theorem and the Expressive Function of Law: A Theory of Informative Law pp. 1-31
Dhammika Dharmapala and Richard H. McAdams
Do Publicly Traded Firms Price Differently from Private Firms? pp. 32-60
Ernesto Schargrodsky
Lay Juries, Professional Arbitrators, and the Arbitrator Selection Hypothesis pp. 61-93
Donald Wittman
The Government as Litigant: Further Tests of the Case Selection Model pp. 94-133
Theodore Eisenberg and Henry Farber
Found Money? Split-Award Statutes and Settlement of Punitive Damages Cases pp. 134-164
Andrew F. Daughety and Jennifer F. Reinganum
Aligning the Interests of Lawyers and Clients pp. 165-188
A. Mitchell Polinsky and Daniel L. Rubinfeld
Fly by Night or Face the Music? Premature Dissolution and the Desirability of Extended Liability pp. 189-232
James W. Boyd and Daniel E. Ingberman
What Determines Judicial Prestige? An Empirical Analysis for Judges of the Federal Court of Australia pp. 233-262
Russell Smyth and Mita Bhattacharya
Property Rights and the Creation of Wealth pp. 263-269
Roger van den Bergh

Volume 4, issue 2, 2002

Law versus Morality as Regulators of Conduct pp. 227-257
Steven Shavell
No-Fault for Motor Vehicles: An Economic Analysis pp. 258-294
Yu-Ping Liao and Michelle J. White
The Deterrence Hypothesis and Picking Pockets at the Pickpocket's Hanging pp. 295-313
David A. Anderson
Self-Interest and Altruism in the Deterrence of Transnational Bribery pp. 314-340
Kevin E. Davis
The Effect of Electoral Institutions on Tort Awards pp. 341-370
Eric Helland and Alexander Tabarrok
Comment on " 'These Boots Are Made for Walking': Why Most Divorce Filers Are Women" pp. 371-375
Erik D. Craft
" 'These Boots Are Made for Walking' ": A Reply pp. 376-379
Margaret F. Brinig and Douglas W. Allen
Event Studies and the Law: Part II: Empirical Studies of Corporate Law pp. 380-423
Sanjai Bhagat and Roberta Romano

Volume 4, issue 1, 2002

On the Superiority of Corrective Taxes to Quantity Regulation pp. 1-17
Louis Kaplow and Steven Shavell
Welfare Implications of Costly Litigation under Strict Liability pp. 18-43
Keith N. Hylton
The Effects of Product Liability Litigation on the Value of Firms pp. 44-87
David W. Prince and Paul H. Rubin
An Economic Analysis of Anti-Tax-Avoidance Doctrines pp. 88-115
David A. Weisbach
Optimal Law Enforcement with a Rent-Seeking Government pp. 116-140
Nuno Garoupa and Daniel Klerman
Event Studies and the Law: Part I: Technique and Corporate Litigation pp. 141-168
Sanjai Bhagat and Roberta Romano
The Law and Economics of Consumer Finance pp. 168-207
Richard Hynes and Eric A. Posner
The Law and Economics of Conflict of Laws pp. 208-226
Michael E. Solimine
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