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    Research in Law and Economics

    Research in Law and Economics

     

    2000, Vol.19   

    2002, Vol.20   

    2004, Vol.21

    2007, Vol.23

    2009, Vol.24

    2012, Vol.25

    2014, Vol.26

    2015, Vol.27

     

     

    Research in Law and Economics, 2000, Vol.19

    Author

    Title

    Page to Page

    Adam Karp

    Statistical approaches to assessing charges of environmental racism and classism against the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

    pp. 1-45

    Matthew Baker, Thomas J. Miceli

    Statutes of limitations for accident cases: Theory and evidence

    pp. 47-67

    Steven G. Medema, Richard O. Zerbe

    Educating Alice: Lessons from the Coase theorem

    pp. 69-112

    David E. Ault, Gilbert L. Rutman

    Bars to the payment of prejudgment interest: The Supreme Court and the Federal Employers' Liability Act

    pp. 113-137

    Brian N. Wasankari, Richard O. Zerbe, Steven Vinyard

    Of distributive justice and economic efficiency: An integrated theory of the common law

    pp. 139-222

    Stephen J. Spurr

    The duration of personal injury litigation

    pp. 223-246

    Reed Neil Olsen

    The efficiency of medical malpractice law: A new appraisal

    pp. 247-273

    Sheri L. Eisert

    The effects of hospital competition on nonprofit and for-profit hospital medicaid share

    pp. 275-294

    Research in Law and Economics, 2002, Vol.20

    Author

    Title

    Page to Page

    Timothy Swanson

    An introduction to the law and economics of environmental policy: Issues in institutional design

    pp. 1-22

    Susan Rose-Ackerman, Achim A. Halpaap

    The Aarhus convention and the politics of process: The political economy of procedural environmental rights

    pp. 27-64

    Farhana Yamin

    Comments on paper by Susan Rose-Ackerman and Achim A. Halpaap

    pp. 65-67

    Richard B. Stewart

    Environmental regulatory decision making under uncertainty

    pp. 71-126

    Richard O. Zerbe

    Comments on paper by Richard B. Stewart

    pp. 127-131

    Richard O. Zerbe

    Can law and economics stand the purchase of moral satisfaction?

    pp. 135-172

    Andreas Kontoleon

    Comments on paper by Richard O. Zerbe, Jr.

    pp. 173-175

    Andreas Kontoleon, Richard Macrory, Timothy Swanson

    Individual preference-based values and environmental decision making: Should valuation have its day in court?

    pp. 177-214

    Richard B. Stewart

    Comment on paper by Andreas Kontoleon, Richard Macrory and Timothy Swanson

    pp. 215-218

    Daniel H. Cole, Peter Z. Grossman

    Toward a total-cost approach to environmental instrument choice

    pp. 223-241

    Anthony Ogus

    Comments on paper by Daniel H. Cole and Peter Z. Grossman

    pp. 243-244

    Marcel Boyer, Donatella Porrini

    The choice of instruments for environmental policy: Liability or regulation?

    pp. 245-267

    Michael Faure

    Comments on paper by Marcel Boyer and Donatella Porrini

    pp. 269-280

    Michael Faure

    Environmental damage insurance in theory and practice

    pp. 283-328

    James Boyd

    Comments on paper by Michael Faure

    pp. 329-330

    Jonathan Remy Nash, Richard L. Revesz

    The design of marketable permit schemes to control local and regional pollutants

    pp. 331-377

    Daniel H. Cole

    Comments on paper by Jonathon Remy Nash and Richard L. Revesz

    pp. 379-381

    Timothy Swanson, Robin Mason

    Monitoring for latent liabilities: When is it necessary and who should do it?

    pp. 387-411

    Anthony Heyes

    Comments on paper by Timothy Swanson and Robin Mason

    pp. 413-415

    James Boyd

    Financial responsibility for environmental obligations: Are bonding and assurance rules fulfilling their promise?

    pp. 417-485

    Donatella Porrini

    Comments on paper by James Boyd

    pp. 487-490

    Anthony Ogus, Carolyn Abbot

    Pollution and penalties

    pp. 493-516

    Richard L. Revesz

    Comment on paper by Anthony Ogus and Carolyn Abbot

    pp. 517-518

    Anthony G. Heyes

    Eight things about enforcement that seem obvious but may not be

    pp. 519-537

    Timothy Swanson

    Comment on paper by Anthony G. Heyes

    pp. 539-540

    Research in Law and Economics, 2004, Vol.21

    Author

    Title

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    John B. Kirkwood

    CONSUMERS, ECONOMICS, AND ANTITRUST

    pp. 1-62

    Michael Reksulak, William F. Shughart, Robert D. Tollison, Atin Basuchoudhary

    TITAN AGONISTES: THE WEALTH EFFECTS OF THE STANDARD OIL (N. J.) CASE

    pp. 63-84

    Kenneth Brevoort, Howard P. Marvel

    SUCCESSFUL MONOPOLIZATION THROUGH PREDATION: THE NATIONAL CASH REGISTER COMPANY

    pp. 85-125

    John L. Peterman

    THE MORTON AND INTERNATIONAL SALT CASES: DISCOUNTS ON SALES OF TABLE SALT

    pp. 127-275

    Robert W. Crandall, Kenneth G. Elzinga

    INJUNCTIVE RELIEF IN SHERMAN ACT MONOPOLIZATION CASES

    pp. 277-344

    Roger D. Blair, Jill Boylston Herndon

    UNITED SHOE MACHINERY REVISITED

    pp. 345-408

    Richard O. Zerbe, Sunny Knott

    AN ECONOMIC JUSTIFICATION FOR A PRICE STANDARD IN MERGER POLICY: THE MERGER OF SUPERIOR PROPANE AND ICG PROPANE

    pp. 409-444

    William S. Comanor, Patrick Rey

    VERTICAL MERGERS AND MARKET FORECLOSURE

    pp. 445-458

    Paul A. Johnson, James Levinsohn, Richard S. Higgins

    THE COMPETITIVE-NEIGHBORS APPROACH TO ANALYZING DIFFERENTIATED PRODUCT MERGERS

    pp. 459-473

    Cristofer Leffler, Keith Leffler

    SETTLING THE CONTROVERSY OVER PATENT SETTLEMENTS: PAYMENTS BY THE PATENT HOLDER SHOULD BE PER SE ILLEGAL

    pp. 475-504

    Research in Law and Economics, 2007, Vol.22-23

    Author

    Title

    Page to Page

    Douglas W. Allen

    Lays vs. Wages: Contracting in the Klondike Gold Rush

    pp. 1-15

    Zhiqi Chen

    Buyer Power: Economic Theory and Antitrust Policy

    pp. 17-40

    Malcolm B. Coate, Mark D. Williams

    Generalized Critical Loss for Market Definition

    pp. 41-58

    John M. Connor

    Price-fixing Overcharges: Legal and Economic Evidence

    pp. 59-153

    James A. Dalton, Louis Esposito

    Predatory Price Cutting and Standard Oil: A Re-examination of the Trial Record

    pp. 155-205

    Henrik Lando

    On the Optimal Negligence Standard in Tort Law When One Party is a Long-run and the Other a Short-run Player

    pp. 207-216

    Thomas J. Miceli, Kathleen Segerson

    Should Victims of Exposure to a Toxic Substance have an Independent Claim for Medical Monitoring?

    pp. 217-231

    Dennis L. Weisman

    Market Concentration, Multi-Market Participation and Antitrust

    pp. 233-257

    Daniel H. Cole

    'Best Practice' Standards for Regulatory Benefit-Cost Analysis

    pp. 1-47

    Victor B. Flatt

    The "Benefits" of Non-Delegation: Using the Non-Delegation Doctrine to Bring More Rigor to Benefit-Cost Analysis

    pp. 49-66

    Lawrence H. Goulder

    Benefit-Cost Analysis, Individual Differences, and Third Parties

    pp. 67-86

    Carol Bray, Scott Farrow, Tim Guinane

    Microeconomic Performance: Uses, Gaps, and Opportunities to Apply Benefit-Cost Analysis

    pp. 87-102

    Mark L. Plummer

    Welcome to the Data-Poor Real World: Incorporating Benefit-Cost Principles into Environmental Policymaking

    pp. 103-130

    Andrew Schmitz, Frederick Rossi, Troy G. Schmitz

    Agricultural Subsidies Under Decoupling

    pp. 131-148

    Richard E. Just, Gordon C. Rausser

    General Equilibrium in Vertical Market Structures: Overselling Versus Overbuying

    pp. 149-181

    Robert Haveman

    The Chicago O Hare Expansion: A Case Study of Administrative Manipulation of Benefit-Cost Principles

    pp. 183-202

    Arnold C. Harberger

    Notes on the Premia for Foreign Exchange and Nontradables Outlays

    pp. 203-221

    Richard O. Zerbe, Yoram Bauman, Aaron Finkle

    An Aggregate Measure for Benefit-Cost Analysis

    pp. 223-245

    V. Kerry Smith, Jared C. Carbone

    Should Benefit-Cost Analyses Take Account of General Equilibrium Effects?

    pp. 247-272

    Neil Bruce, Robert Halvorsen

    The Marginal Willingness to Pay for Longevity: A Better Way to Value Changes in Mortality Hazard

    pp. 273-299

    Ben Groom, Andreas Kontoleon, Tim Swanson

    Valuing Complex Goods: or, Can You Get Anything Out of Experts Other Than a Decision?

    pp. 301-335

    Theodore M. Porter

    The Rise of Cost-Benefit Rationality as Solution to a Political Problem of Distrust

    pp. 337-344

    Jack L. Knetsch

    Biased Valuations, Damage Assessments, and Policy Choices: The Choice of Measure Matters

    pp. 345-358

    Research in Law and Economics, 2009, Vol.24

    Author

    Title

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    Robin Paul Malloy

    Economics as a map in law and market economy

    pp. 3-20

    William W. Bratton

    An anatomy of corporate legal theory

    pp. 21-41

    David Millon

    The single constituency argument in the economic analysis of business law

    pp. 43-60

    Kent Greenfield

    Corporate law and the rhetoric of choice

    pp. 61-89

    Daniel J.H. Greenwood

    Faith Based Investing: are shares entitled to the residual?

    pp. 91-130

    Claire Moore Dickerson

    Corporate social responsibility: Lessons from the South on law and business norms

    pp. 131-157

    Thomas W. Joo

    The discourse of "contract" and the law of marriage

    pp. 161-187

    June Carbone, Naomi Cahn

    Behavioral biology, the rational actor model, and the new feminist agenda

    pp. 189-235

    Devon W. Carbado, Mitu Gulati

    Race to the top of the corporate ladder: What minorities do when they get there

    pp. 237-270

    Cheryl L. Wade

    Workplace racial discrimination and the professionals at the center of corporate hierarchies

    pp. 271-306

    Research in Law and Economics, 2012, Vol.25

    Author

    Title

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    Sangin Park

    Market Power Revisited

    pp. 1-13

    Tay-Cheng Ma

    Accounting Profits and Ricardian Rents: An Application to Antitrust Enforcement

    pp. 15-34

    Kjell Hausken, Gregory Levitin, Victor Levitin

    Resource Distribution in a Double Lawsuit

    pp. 35-60

    Xiaojian Zhao

    Economics of Contract Interpretation

    pp. 61-73

    Sumit K. Majumdar

    Legal Regime Change and Innovation: Foreign Exchange Regulations and Pharmaceutical Sector R and D in India

    pp. 75-103

    Douadia Bougherara, Gilles Grolleau, Naoufel Mzoughi

    How can Transaction Cost Economics Help Regulators Choose Between Environmental Policy Instruments?

    pp. 105-128

    James Langenfeld, Brad Noffsker

    Economic Analysis of Allegations in Cigarette Litigations and the Impact of FTC Regulation

    pp. 129-233

    Research in Law and Economics, 2014, Vol. 26

    Author

    Title

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    James Langenfeld, Raleigh Richards

    The law and economics of class actions: Yesterday, today, and tomorrow

     pp. 1-9

    James Keyte, Paul Eckles, Karen Lent

    From Hydrogen Peroxide to Comcast: The new rigor in antitrust class actions

     pp. 11-63

    Joshua P. Davis

    The class cert games: Coach, commentator, or critic?

     pp. 65-76

    Michael D. Hausfeld, Gordon C. Rausser, Gareth J. Macartney, Michael P. Lehmann, Sathya S. Gosselin

    Antitrust class proceedings- Then and now

     pp. 77-133

    Kevin W. Caves, Hal J. Singer

    Econometric tests for analyzing common impact

     pp. 135-160

    Mukesh Bajaj, Sumon C. Mazumdar, Daniel A. McLaughlin

    Assessing market efficiency for reliance on the fraud- on-the- market doctrine after Wal- Mart and Amgen

     pp. 161-207

    Ethan E. Litwin, Morgan J. Feder

    European collective redress: Lessons learned from the U.S. experience

     pp. 209-248

    John M. Connor

    Cartel overcharges

     pp. 249-387

    Research in Law and Economics, 2015, Vol. 27

    Author

    Title

    Page to Page

    Malcolm B. Coate

    Plus Factors in Price Fixing: Insightful or Anachronistic?

     pp. 1-41

    Stephen Martin

    Refusal to Deal and Investment in Product Quality

     pp. 43-66

    James Langenfeld, Jonathan T. Tomlin, David A. Weiskopf, Georgi Giozov

    Hicks- Marshall Conditions and Defining Antitrust Markets for Intermediate Goods

     pp. 67-90

    Anand Goel, Sumon Mazumdar

    The Problem of Hindsight Bias in Fraudulent Conveyance Cases: A Review of Possible "Market- Based" Solutions

     pp. 91-117

    Guy Basset, Rozenn Perrigot

    Franchisees' Resale Price Policy Facing Legal, Contractual and Professional Constraints: Insights from European and French Perspectives

     pp. 119-142

    Elisabetta Ottoz, Franco Cugno

    Different Rules of Legal- Cost Allocation and Patent Holdup

     pp. 143-159

    Henry Delcamp, Yann Meniere

    The Strategic Use of Licensing Commitments in a Standardization Context

     pp. 161-179

    Nicolae Stef

    Cost Sharing and Bankruptcy Law Orientation

     pp. 181-207

    William S. Comanor, Mark Sarro, R. Mark Rogers

    The Monetary Cost of Raising Children

     pp. 209-251

     


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