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Journal of Empirical Legal Studies

2004 - 2023

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Volume 20, issue 3, 2023

Settlement schemas: How laypeople understand civil settlement pp. 488-533 Downloads
Jennifer K. Robbennolt, Jessica Bregant and Verity Winship
The usage and utility of body‐worn camera footage in courts: A survey analysis of state prosecutors pp. 534-569 Downloads
Kevin Petersen, Donald Papy, Alejandro Mouro and Barak Ariel
Effect of financial incentives on hospital‐cardiologist integration and cardiac test location pp. 570-608 Downloads
Andy Ye Yuan, Bernard Black, Timea Viragh, David J. Magid, Qian Luo and Ali Moghtaderi
Quantifying disparate questioning of Black and White jurors in capital jury selection pp. 609-640 Downloads
Anna Effenberger, John H. Blume and Martin T. Wells
The effect of judges' gender on decisions regarding intimate‐partner violence pp. 641-668 Downloads
Joan Josep Vallbé and Carmen Ramírez‐Folch
Plugging the pipe? Evaluating the (null) effects of leaks on Supreme Court legitimacy pp. 669-712 Downloads
Nathan T. Carrington and Logan Strother

Volume 20, issue 2, 2023

Sudden lockdown repeals, social mobility, and COVID‐19: Evidence from a judicial natural experiment pp. 272-304 Downloads
Dhaval Dave, Andrew I. Friedson, Kyutaro Matsuzawa, Drew McNichols and Joseph J. Sabia
The distribution of in‐person public K‐12 education in the time of COVID: An empirical perspective pp. 305-338 Downloads
Michael Heise
Gender, race, and job satisfaction of law graduates: Intersectional evidence from the National Survey of College Graduates pp. 339-376 Downloads
Joni Hersch
How accurate are rebuttable presumptions of pretrial dangerousness?: A natural experiment from New Mexico pp. 377-408 Downloads
Cristopher Moore, Elise Ferguson and Paul Guerin
Can you trust your lawyer's call? Legal advisers exhibit myside bias resistant to debiasing interventions pp. 409-433 Downloads
Mihael A. Jeklic
An empirical analysis of sentencing of “Access to Information” computer crimes pp. 434-471 Downloads
James T. Graves and Alessandro Acquisti
Beyond republicans and the disapproval of regulations: A new empirical approach to the Congressional Review Act pp. 472-484 Downloads
Steven J. Balla, Bridget C. E. Dooling and Daniel R. Pérez

Volume 20, issue 1, 2023

Asymmetric review of qualified immunity appeals pp. 4-85 Downloads
Alexander A. Reinert
Racial bias as a multi‐stage, multi‐actor problem: An analysis of pretrial detention pp. 86-133 Downloads
Joshua Grossman, Julian Nyarko and Sharad Goel
JD‐Next: A valid and reliable tool to predict diverse students' success in law school pp. 134-165 Downloads
Jessica Findley, Adriana Cimetta, Heidi Legg Burross, Katherine C. Cheng, Matt Charles, Cayley Balser, Ran Li and Christopher Robertson
A Faustian bargain? Rethinking the role of debt in law students' career choices pp. 166-195 Downloads
Steven A. Boutcher, Jason N. Houle, Anna Raup‐Kounovksy and Carroll Seron
Managerial litigation risk and corporate investment efficiency: Evidence from universal demand laws pp. 196-232 Downloads
Leonard Leye Li, Gary S. Monroe and Jeff Coulton
One judge to rule them all: Single‐member courts as an answer to delays in criminal trials pp. 233-268 Downloads
Konstantinos Kalliris and Theodore Alysandratos

Volume 19, issue 4, 2022

Foreword pp. 802-803 Downloads
Andrew Green, Anthony Niblett and Albert Yoon
Can moral framing drive insurance enrollment in the United States? pp. 804-843 Downloads
Wendy Netter Epstein, Christopher T. Robertson, David Yokum, Hansoo Ko, Kevin H. Wilson, Monica Ramos, Katherine Kettering and Margaret Houtz
The impact of paid sick leave laws on consumer and business bankruptcies pp. 844-896 Downloads
Michelle M. Miller
Should patients use online reviews to pick their doctors and hospitals? pp. 897-935 Downloads
David A. Hyman, Jing Liu and Bernard S. Black
The company they keep: When and why Chinese judges engage in collegiality pp. 936-1002 Downloads
Xiaohong Yu and Zhaoyang Sun
Examining the effects of antidiscrimination laws on children in the foster care and adoption systems pp. 1003-1066 Downloads
Netta Barak‐Corren, Yoav Kan‐Tor and Nelson Tebbe
Stay at home if you can: COVID‐19 stay‐at‐home guidelines and local crime pp. 1067-1113 Downloads
Carlos Díaz, Sebastian Fossati and Nicolás Trajtenberg
Does an initial public offering (IPO) issuer's Securities and Exchange Commission registration fee calculation method predict pricing revisions and IPO underpricing? pp. 1114-1147 Downloads
Patrick M. Corrigan
Property rights and market behavior in the low‐income housing sector: Evidence from Chile pp. 1148-1178 Downloads
Diego Gil and Pablo Celhay
Lucky you: Your case is heard by a seasoned panel—Panel effects in the German Constitutional Court pp. 1179-1221 Downloads
Christoph Engel
Do data breach notification laws reduce medical identity theft? Evidence from consumer complaints data pp. 1222-1252 Downloads
Aniket Kesari
Racial diversity and group decision‐making in a mock jury experiment pp. 1253-1292 Downloads
Anne‐Marie Hakstian, Sophia R. Evett, James S. Hoffmann, Jane M. Marshall, Emory A. L. Boyland and Jerome D. Williams

Volume 19, issue 3, 2022

Does greater police funding help catch more murderers? pp. 528-559 Downloads
David Bjerk
A study of pandemic and stigma effects in removal proceedings pp. 560-593 Downloads
Ian Peacock and Emily Ryo
Self‐nudging contracts and the positive effects of autonomy—Analyzing the prospect of behavioral self‐management pp. 594-676 Downloads
Stephan Tontrup and Christopher Jon Sprigman
Charging sex traffickers under federal law: What dispositions should we expect when applying theories on prosecutorial decision‐making? pp. 677-715 Downloads
Shana M. Judge and Jenna L. Dole
Ideological bias in constitutional judgments: Experimental analysis and potential solutions pp. 716-757 Downloads
Elena Kantorowicz‐Reznichenko, Jarosław Kantorowicz and Keren Weinshall
Who donates and how? New evidence on the tax incentives in the canton of Geneva, Switzerland pp. 758-797 Downloads
Giedre Lideikyte Huber and Marta Pittavino

Volume 19, issue 2, 2022

Framing negligence pp. 296-339 Downloads
Shoham Choshen‐Hillel, Ehud Guttel and Alon Harel
Do doctors prescribe antibiotics out of fear of malpractice? pp. 340-381 Downloads
Sebastian Panthöfer
Does judicial foreclosure procedure help delinquent subprime mortgage borrowers? pp. 382-422 Downloads
Aidong Adam Ding, Shaonan Tian, Yan Yu and Xinlei Zhao
Appellate court assignments as a natural experiment: Gender panel effects in sex discrimination cases pp. 423-446 Downloads
Robert S. Erikson
Intensified support for juvenile offenders on probation: Evidence from Germany pp. 447-490 Downloads
Christoph Engel, Sebastian Goerg and Christian Traxler
Introducing twin corpora of decisions for the International Court of Justice (ICJ) and the Permanent Court of International Justice (PCIJ) pp. 491-524 Downloads
Seán Fobbe

Volume 19, issue 1, 2022

Transnational Litigation in U.S. Courts: A Theoretical and Empirical Reassessment pp. 4-59 Downloads
Christopher A. Whytock
Do Firearm Markets Comply with Firearm Restrictions? How the Massachusetts Assault Weapons Ban Enforcement Notice Changed Registered Firearm Sales pp. 60-89 Downloads
Meenakshi Balakrishna and Kenneth C. Wilbur
Leases as Forms pp. 90-134 Downloads
David A. Hoffman and Anton Strezhnev
Powerful CEOs and Corporate Governance pp. 135-188 Downloads
Mark Humphery‐Jenner, Emdad Islam, Lubna Rahman and Jo‐Ann Suchard
Citations to Interest Groups and Acceptance of Supreme Court Decisions pp. 189-222 Downloads
Kayla S. Canelo
Does Group Familiarity Improve Deliberations in Judicial Teams? Evidence from the German Federal Court of Justice pp. 223-249 Downloads
Tilko Swalve
U.S. Copyright Termination Notices 1977–2020: Introducing New Datasets pp. 250-292 Downloads
Joshua Yuvaraj, Rebecca Giblin, Daniel Russo‐Batterham and Genevieve Grant
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