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    American Law and Economics Review

    American Law and Economics Review




    American Law and Economics Review, 2000, Vol.2

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    A Schwartz

    Statutory interpretation, capture, and tort law: the regulatory compliance defense

     No.1 January

     pp. 1-57

    AM Piehl, DM Kennedy, AA Braga

    Problem solving and youth violence: an evaluation of the Boston Gun Project

     No.1 January

     pp. 58-106

    JM de Figueiredo, GS Gryski, EH Tiller, G Zuk

    Congress and the political expansion of the U.S. districts courts

     No.1 January

     pp. 107-125

    MF Brinig, DW Allen

    "These boots are made for walking": why most divorce filers are women

     No.1 January

     pp. 126-169

    MK Block, JS Parker, O Vyborna, L Dusek

    An experimental comparison of adversarial versus inquisitorial procedural regimes

     No.1 January

     pp. 170-194

    V Kip Viscusi

    The value of life in legal contexts: survey and critique

     No.1 January

     pp. 195-210

    A Mitchell Polinsky, S Shavell

    The fairness of sanctions: some implications for optimal enforcement policy

     No.2 May

     pp. 223-237

    Y Barzel

    Dispute and its resolution: delineating the economic role of the common law

     No.2 May

     pp. 238-258

    EL Glaeser, DP Kessler, A Morrison Piehl

    What do prosecutors maximize? An analysis of the federalization of drug crimes

     No.2 May

     pp. 259-290

    SE Thiel

    Choice of law and the home- court advantage: evidence

     No.2 May

     pp. 291-317

    A Farmer, P Pecorino

    Conditional cost shifting and the incidence of trial: pretrial bargaining in the face of a Rule 68 offer

     No.2 May

     pp. 318-341

    CW Sanchirico

    Games, information, and evidence production: with application to English legal history

     No.2 May

     pp. 342-380

    RA Posner

    An economic analysis of the use of citations in the law

     No.2 May

     pp. 381-406

    AS Edlin

    Review essay. The New Palgrave: surveying two waves of economic analysis of law

     No.2 May

     pp. 407-422

    American Law and Economics Review, 2001, Vol.3

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    RC Ellickson

    The market for social norms

     No.1 January

     pp. 1-49

    PH Rubin

    The state of nature and the evolution of political preferences

     No.1 January

     pp. 50-81

    F Parisi

    The genesis of liability in ancient law

     No.1 January

     pp. 82-124

    KM Clermont, T Eisenberg

    Appeal from jury or judge trial: defendants' advantage

     No.1 January

     pp. 125-164

    TJ Miceli, CF Sirmans, GK Turnbull

    The property- contract boundary: an economic analysis of leases

     No.1 January

     pp. 165-185

    B Hsiung

    A methodological comparison of Ronald Coase and Gary Becker

     No.1 January

     pp. 186-198

    Albert Yoon

    Damage Caps and Civil Litigation: An Empirical Study of Medical Malpractice Litigation in the South

     No.2 May

     pp. 199-227

    Stephen Carroll, Allan Abrahamse

    The Frequency of Excess Auto Personal Injury Claims

     No.2 May

     pp. 228-250

    Christopher Berry

    Land Use Regulation and Residential Segregation: Does Zoning Matter?

     No.2 May

     pp. 251-274

    Thomas J. Miceli, C. F. Sirmans, Joseph Kieyah

    The Demand for Land Title Registration: Theory with Evidence from Kenya

     No.2 May

     pp. 275-287

    Rafael Gely, Asghar Zardkoohi

    Measuring the Effects of Post- Government- Employment Restrictions

     No.2 May

     pp. 288-301

    Paul V. Dunmore, Haim Falk

    Economic Competition between Professional Bodies: The Case of Auditing

     No.2 May

     pp. 302-319

    Chris William Sanchirico

    Relying on the Information of Interested- and Potentially Dishonest- Parties

     No.2 May

     pp. 320-357

    Henry G. Manne

    Clinton and the New Sexual Morality

     No.2 May

     pp. 358-367

    Donald J. Boudreaux

    The Strategic Constitution: On the Logic of Rules and Rights

     No.2 May

     pp. 368-375

    Gary R. Saxonhouse

    How to Explain Japan's Legal System

     No.2 May

     pp. 376-390

    American Law and Economics Review, 2002, Vol.4

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    Louis Kaplow, Steven Shavell

    On the Superiority of Corrective Taxes to Quantity Regulation

     No.1 January

     pp. 1-17

    Keith N. Hylton

    Welfare Implications of Costly Litigation under Strict Liability

     No.1 January

     pp. 18-43

    David W. Prince, Paul H. Rubin

    The Effects of Product Liability Litigation on the Value of Firms

     No.1 January

     pp. 44-87

    David A. Weisbach

    An Economic Analysis of Anti- Tax- Avoidance Doctrines

     No.1 January

     pp. 88-115

    Nuno Garoupa, Daniel Klerman

    Optimal Law Enforcement with a Rent Seeking Government

     No.1 January

     pp. 116-140

    Sanjai Bhagat, Roberta Romano

    Event Studies and the Law: Part I: Technique and Corporate Litigation

     No.1 January

     pp. 141-168

    Richard Hynes, Eric A. Posner

    The Law and Economics of Consumer Finance

     No.1 January

     pp. 168-207

    Michael E. Solimine

    The Law and Economics of Conflict of Laws

     No.1 January

     pp. 208-226

    Steven Shavell

    Law versus Morality as Regulators of Conduct

     No.2 August

     pp. 227-257

    Yu Ping Liao, Michelle J. White

    No- Fault for Motor Vehicles: An Economic Analysis

     No.2 August

     pp. 258-294

    David A. Anderson

    The Deterrence Hypothesis and Picking Pockets at the Pickpocket's Hanging

     No.2 August

     pp. 295-313

    Kevin E. Davis

    Self- Interest and Altruism in the Deterrence of Transnational Bribery

     No.2 August

     pp. 314-340

    Eric Helland, Alexander Tabarrok

    The Effect of Electoral Institutions on Tort Awards

     No.2 August

     pp. 341-370

    Erik D. Craft

    Comment on "These Boots Are Made for Walking": Why Most Divorce Filers Are Women

     No.2 August

     pp. 371-375

    Margaret F. Brinig, Douglas W. Allen

    "These Boots Are Made for Walking": A Reply

     No.2 August

     pp. 376-379

    Sanjai Bhagat, Roberta Romano

    Event Studies and the Law: Part II: Empirical Studies of Corporate Law

     No.2 August

     pp. 380-423

    American Law and Economics Review, 2003, Vol.5

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    Dhammika Dharmapala, Richard H. McAdams

    The Condorcet Jury Theorem and the Expressive Function of Law: A Theory of Informative Law

     No.1 March

     pp. 1-31

    Ernesto Schargrodsky

    Do Publicly Traded Firms Price Differently from Private Firms?

     No.1 March

     pp. 32-60

    Donald Wittman

    Lay Juries, Professional Arbitrators, and the Arbitrator Selection Hypothesis

     No.1 March

     pp. 61-93

    Theodore Eisenberg, Henry Farber

    The Government as Litigant: Further Tests of the Case Selection Model

     No.1 March

     pp. 94-133

    Andrew F. Daughety, Jennifer F. Reinganum

    Found Money? Split Award Statutes and Settlement of Punitive Damages Cases

     No.1 March

     pp. 134-164

    A. Mitchell Polinsky, Daniel L. Rubinfeld

    Aligning the Interests of Lawyers and Clients

     No.1 March

     pp. 165-188

    James Boyd, Daniel E. Ingberman

    Fly by Night or Face the Music? Premature Dissolution and the Desirability of Extended Liability

     No.1 March

     pp. 189-232

    Russell Smyth, Mita Bhattacharya

    What Determines Judicial Prestige? An Empirical Analysis for Judges of the Federal Court of Australia

     No.1 March

     pp. 233-262

    Roger van den Bergh

    Property Rights and the Creation of Wealth

     No.1 March

     pp. 263-269

    Michael J. Trebilcock

    The Law and Economics of Immigration Policy

     No.2 August

     pp. 271-317

    Lawrence Katz, Steven D. Levitt, Ellen Shustorovich

    Prison Conditions, Capital Punishment, and Deterrence

     No.2 August

     pp. 318-343

    Hashem Dezhbakhsh, Paul H. Rubin, Joanna M. Shepherd

    Does Capital Punishment Have a Deterrent Effect? New Evidence from Postmoratorium Panel Data

     No.2 August

     pp. 344-376

    Abraham L. Wickelgren

    Justifying Imprisonment: On the Optimality of Excessively Costly Punishment

     No.2 August

     pp. 377-411

    Jeff Dominitz

    How Do the Laws of Probability Constrain Legislative and Judicial Efforts to Stop Racial Profiling?

     No.2 August

     pp. 412-432

    Oren Bar-Gill, Omri Ben-Shahar

    The Uneasy Case for Comparative Negligence

     No.2 August

     pp. 433-469

    Max Schanzenbach

    Exceptions to Employment at Will: Raising Firing Costs or Enforcing Life- Cycle Contracts?

     No.2 August

     pp. 470-504

    American Law and Economics Review, 2004, Vol.6

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    Ahmed E. Taha

    Publish or Paris? Evidence of How Judges Allocate Their Time

     No.1 March

     pp. 1-27

    Craig Pirrong

    Detecting Manipulation in Futures Markets: The Ferruzzi Soybean Episode

     No.1 March

     pp. 28-71

    W. Kip Viscusi, Richard J. Zeckhauser

    The Denominator Blindness Effect: Accident Frequencies and the Misjudgment of Recklessness

     No.1 March

     pp. 72-94

    Albert Yoon

    Mandatory Arbitration and Civil Litigation: An Empirical Study of Medical Malpractice Litigation in the West

     No.1 March

     pp. 95-134

    Arthur De Vany, Henry McMillan

    Was the Antitrust Action that Broke Up the Movie Studios Good for the Movies? Evidence from the Stock Market

     No.1 March

     pp. 135-153

    Gillian K. Hadfield

    Delivering Legality on the Internet: Developing Principles for the Private Provision of Commercial Law

     No.1 March

     pp. 154-184

    Dhammika Dharmapala, Nuno Garoupa

    Penalty Enhancement for Hate Crimes: An Economic Analysis

     No.1 March

     pp. 185-207

    Jeong-Yoo Kim

    Filing a Nuisance Claim to Induce Successive Lawsuits

     No.1 March

     pp. 208-216

    Aspasia Tsaoussis

    Protecting Homemakers' Marriage- Specific Investments under No- Fault Divorce: A Model for Restructuring Alimony in Civil Law Countries

     No.1 March

     pp. 217-247

    Stanley D. Longhofer, Stephen R. Peters

    Protection for Whom? Creditor Conflict and Bankruptcy

     No.2 August

     pp. 249-284

    Angela K. Dills, Jeffrey A. Miron

    Alcohol Prohibition and Cirrhosis

     No.2 August

     pp. 285-318

    Edward M. Iacobucci

    Toward a Signaling Explanation of the Private Choice of Corporate Law

     No.2 August

     pp. 319-344

    Francesco Parisi, Vincy Fon

    Comparative Causation

     No.2 August

     pp. 345-368

    Eric Rasmusen

    Agency Law and Contract Formation

     No.2 August

     pp. 369-409

    Nuno Garoupa, Fernando Gomez-Pomar

    Punish Once or Punish Twice: A Theory of the Use of Criminal Sanctions in Addition to Regulatory Penalties

     No.2 August

     pp. 410-433

    Abraham L. Wickelgren

    Comment on "Aligning the Interests of Lawyers and Clients"

     No.2 August

     pp. 434-439

    Mario Forni

    Using Stationarity Tests in Antitrust Market Definition

     No.2 August

     pp. 441-464

    Daniel Hosken, Christopher T. Taylor

    Discussion of "Using Stationarity Tests in Antitrust Market Definition"

     No.2 August

     pp. 465-475

    David Genesove

    Comment on Forni's "Using Stationarity Tests in Antitrust Market Definition"

     No.2 August

     pp. 476-478

    American Law and Economics Review, 2005, Vol.7

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    Daniel M. Klerman, Paul G. Mahoney

    The Value of Judicial Independence: Evidence from Eighteenth Century England

     No.1 Spring

     pp. 1-27

    Naomi R. Lamoreaux, Jean-Laurent Rosenthal

    Legal Regime and Contractual Flexibility: A Comparison of Business s Organizational Choices in France and the United States during the Era of Industrialization

     No.1 Spring

     pp. 28-61

    Daniel Berkowitz, Karen Clay

    American Civil Law Origins: Implications for State Constitutions

     No.1 Spring

     pp. 62-84

    Casey B. Mulligan, Andrei Shleifer

    Conscription as Regulation

     No.1 Spring

     pp. 85-111

    Josh Lerner

    150 Years of Patent Office Practice

     No.1 Spring

     pp. 112-143

    Laura Nyantung Beny

    Do Insider Trading Laws Matter? Some Preliminary Comparative Evidence

     No.1 Spring

     pp. 144-183

    Katharina Pistor, Chenggang Xu

    Governing Stock Markets in Transition Economies: Lessons from China

     No.1 Spring

     pp. 184-210

    Thorsten Beck Asli Demirguc-Kunt, Ross Levine

    Law and Firms Access to Finance

     No.1 Spring

     pp. 211-252

    Stijn Claessens, Leora F. Klapper

    Bankruptcy around the World: Explanations of Its Relative Use

     No.1 Spring

     pp. 253-283

    Irina Slinko, Evgeny Yakovlev, Ekaterina Zhuravskaya

    Laws for Sale: Evidence from Russia

     No.1 Spring

     pp. 284-318

    H. Naci Mocan, Daniel I. Rees

    Economic Conditions, Deterrence and Juvenile Crime: Evidence from Micro Data

     No.2 Fall

     319-349

    Michael L. Smith

    Deterrence and Origin of Legal System: Evidence from 1950- 1999

     No.2 Fall

     350-378

    Richard T. Boylan

    What Do Prosecutors Maximize? Evidence from the Careers of U.S. Attorneys

     No.2 Fall

     379-402

    Kenneth Ayotte, Yair Listokin

    Optimal Trust Design in Mass Tort Bankruptcy

     No.2 Fall

     403-438

    Mark I. Weinstein

    Limited Liability in California 1928- 31: It s the Lawyers

     No.2 Fall

     439-483

    Omri Ben-Shahar, Robert A. Mikos

    The (Legal) Value of Chance: Distorted Measures of Recovery in Private Law

     No.2 Fall

     484-522

    Allan M. Feldman, Jeonghyun Kim

    The Hand Rule and United States v. Carroll Towing Co. Reconsidered

     No.2 Fall

     523-543

    American Law and Economics Review, 2006, Vol.8

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    Henry Hansmann

    Corporation and Contract

     No.1 Spring

     pp. 1-19

    Winand Emons

    Playing It Safe with Low Conditional Fees versus Being Insured by High Contingent Fees

     No.1 Spring

     pp. 20-32

    Keith N. Hylton

    Information, Litigation, and Common Law Evolution

     No.1 Spring

     pp. 33-61

    Nicholas L. Georgakopoulos

    Statistics of Legal Infrastructures: A Review of the Law and Finance Literature

     No.1 Spring

     pp. 62-80

    Douglas W. Allen, Clyde G. Reed

    The Duel of Honor: Screening For Unobservable Social Capital

     No.1 Spring

     pp. 81-115

    Ilyana Kuziemko

    Does the Threat of the Death Penalty Affect Plea Bargaining in Murder Cases? Evidence from New York s 1995 Reinstatement of Capital Punishment

     No.1 Spring

     pp. 116-142

    Albert Yoon

    Pensions, Politics, and Judicial Tenure: An Empirical Study of Federal Judges, 1869- 2002

     No.1 Spring

     pp. 143-180

    Thomas J. Kane, Stephanie K. Riegg, Douglas O. Staiger

    School Quality, Neighborhoods, and Housing Prices

     No.2 Summer

     pp. 183-212

    Orley Ashenfelter, William J. Collins, Albert Yoon

    Evaluating the Role of Brown v. Board of Education in School Equalization, Desegregation, and the Income of African Americans

     No.2 Summer

     pp. 213-248

    Roland G. Fryer Jr, Steven D. Levitt

    The Black- White Test Score Gap Through Third Grade

     No.2 Summer

     pp. 249-281

    Alan Krueger, Jesse Rothstein, Sarah Turner

    Race, Income, and College in 25 Years: Evaluating Justice O Connor s Conjecture

     No.2 Summer

     pp. 282-311

    Marta Tienda, Sunny Xinchun Niu

    Capitalizing on Segregation, Pretending Neutrality: College Admissions and the Texas Top 10% Law

     No.2 Summer

     pp. 312-346

    Charles T. Clotfelter, Jacob L. Vigdor, Helen F. Ladd

    Federal Oversight, Local Control, and the Specter of "Resegregation" in Southern Schools

     No.2 Summer

     pp. 347-389

    Douglas S. Massey

    Social Background and Academic Performance Differentials: White and Minority Students at Selective Colleges

     No.2 Summer

     pp. 390-409

    Richard R. W. Brooks

    Diversity and Discontent: The Relationship Between School Desegregation and Perceptions of Racial Justice

     No.2 Summer

     pp. 410-436

    Gil Sadka

    The Economic Consequences of Accounting Fraud in Product Markets: Theory and a Case from the U.S. Telecommunications Industry (WorldCom)

     No.3 Fall

     pp. 439-475

    Stephen M. Maurer, Suzanne Scotchmer

    Profit Neutrality in Licensing: The Boundary Between Antitrust Law and Patent Law

     No.3 Fall

     pp. 476-522

    Ronen Avraham, Zhiyong Liu

    Incomplete Contracts with Asymmetric Information: Exclusive Versus Optional Remedies

     No.3 Fall

     pp. 523-561

    Stephen L. Ross, John Yinger

    Uncovering Discrimination: A Comparison of the Methods Used by Scholars and Civil Rights Enforcement Officials

     No.3 Fall

     pp. 562-614

    American Law and Economics Review, 2007, Vol.9

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    M. Keith Chen, Jesse M. Shapiro

    Do Harsher Prison Conditions Reduce Recidivism? A Discontinuity- based Approach

     No.1 Spring

     pp. 1-29

    Steven G. Medema

    Sidgwick's Utilitarian Analysis of Law: A Bridge from Bentham to Becker?

     No.1 Spring

     pp. 30-47

    Joseph P. Cook

    On Understanding the Increase in U.S. Patent Litigation

     No.1 Spring

     pp. 48-71

    Eric A. Posner, Alan O. Sykes

    An Economic Analysis of State and Individual Responsibility Under International Law

     No.1 Spring

     pp. 72-134

    Patricia Funk

    Is There An Expressive Function of Law? An Empirical Analysis of Voting Laws with Symbolic Fines

     No.1 Spring

     pp. 135-159

    Thomas J. Miceli, Kathleen Segerson

    A Bargaining Model of Holdouts and Takings

     No.1 Spring

     pp. 160-174

    Steven Shavell

    Optimal Discretion in the Application of Rules

     No.1 Spring

     pp. 175-194

    Jeff Strnad

    Should Legal Empiricists Go Bayesian?

     No.1 Spring

     pp. 195-303

    David Bjerk

    Guilt Shall Not Escape or Innocence Suffer? The Limits of Plea Bargaining When Defendant Guilt is Uncertain

     No.2 Fall

     pp. 305-329

    Joni Hersch, W. Kip Viscusi

    Tort Liability Litigation Costs for Commercial Claims

     No.2 Fall

     pp. 330-369

    John Simpson, Abraham L. Wickelgren

    Bundled Discounts, Leverage Theory, and Downstream Competition

     No.2 Fall

     pp. 370-383

    Cary Deck, Amy Farmer, Dao-Zhi Zeng

    Amended Final- offer Arbitration Outperforms Final- offer Arbitration

     No.2 Fall

     pp. 384-407

    Albert H. Choi

    Successor Liability and Asymmetric Information

     No.2 Fall

     pp. 408-434

    American Law and Economics Review, 2008, Vol.10

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    Hugo M. Mialon, Paul H. Rubin

    The Economics of the Bill of Rights

     No.1 Spring

     pp. 1-60

    Peter T. Leeson

    How Important is State Enforcement for Trade?

     No.1 Spring

     pp. 61-89

    Yair Listokin

    Interpreting Empirical Estimates of the Effect of Corporate Governance

     No.1 Spring

     pp. 90-109

    Aleksandar Tomic, Jahn K. Hakes

    Case Dismissed: Police Discretion and Racial Differences in Dismissals of Felony Charges

     No.1 Spring

     pp. 110-141

    Elisabetta Ottoz, Franco Cugno

    Patent- Secret Mix in Complex Product Firms

     No.1 Spring

     pp. 142-158

    Yair Listokin

    Management Always Wins the Close Ones

     No.2 Fall

     pp. 159-184

    Bernard Black, David A. Hyman, Charles Silver, William M. Sage

    Defense Costs and Insurer Reserves in Medical Malpractice and Other Personal Injury Cases: Evidence from Texas, 1988- 2004

     No.2 Fall

     pp. 185-245

    Alison D. Morantz, Alexandre Mas

    Does Post- Accident Drug Testing Reduce Injuries? Evidence from a Large Retail Chain

     No.2 Fall

     pp. 246-302

    John Armour, Douglas Cumming

    Bankruptcy Law and Entrepreneurship

     No.2 Fall

     pp. 303-350

    Matthew C. Stephenson

    Evidentiary Standards and Information Acquisition in Public Law

     No.2 Fall

     pp. 351-387

    Andrew M. Francis,

    The Optimal Penalty for Sexually Transmitting HIV

     No.2 Fall

     pp. 388-423

    Timothy J. Perri

    The Economics of US Civil War Conscription

     No.2 Fall

     pp. 424-453

    Douglas Cumming, Sofia Johan

    Global Market Surveillance

     No.2 Fall

     pp. 454-506

    American Law and Economics Review, 2009, Vol.11

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    Michelle J. White

    Bankruptcy: Past Puzzles, Recent Reforms, and the Mortgage Crisis

     No.1 Spring

     pp. 1-23

    John J. Donohue III, Jeffrey Grogger, Steven D. Levitt

    The Impact of Legalized Abortion on Teen Childbearing

     No.1 Spring

     pp. 24-46

    Eric Rasmusen, Manu Raghav, Mark Ramseyer

    Convictions versus Conviction Rates: The Prosecutor's Choice

     No.1 Spring

     pp. 47-78

    Scott E. Masten

    Long-Term Contracts and Short- Term Commitment: Price Determination for Heterogeneous Freight Transactions

     No.1 Spring

     pp. 79-111

    Bentley Coffey, Patrick A. McLaughlin

    Do Masculine Names Help Female Lawyers Become Judges? Evidence from South Carolina

     No.1 Spring

     pp. 112-133

    Allan M. Feldman, Ram Singh

    Comparative Vigilance

     No.1 Spring

     pp. 134-161

    Russell Korobkin, Joseph Doherty

    Who Wins in Settlement Negotiations?

     No.1 Spring

     pp. 162-208

    Randi Hjalmarsson

    Crime and Expected Punishment: Changes in Perceptions at the Age of Criminal Majority

     No.1 Spring

     pp. 209-248

    John J. Donohue III, Justin Wolfers

    Estimating the Impact of the Death Penalty on Murder

     No.2 Fall

     pp. 249-309

    Randi Hjalmarsson

    Does Capital Punishment have a "Local" Deterrent Effect on Homicides?

     No.2 Fall

     pp. 310-334

    Ethan Cohen-Cole, Steven Durlauf, Jeffrey Fagan, Daniel Nagin

    Model Uncertainty and the Deterrent Effect of Capital Punishment

     No.2 Fall

     pp. 335-369

    Paul R. Zimmerman

    Statistical Variability and the Deterrent Effect of the Death Penalty

     No.2 Fall

     pp. 370-398

    Alexander Volokh

    Property Rights and Contract Form in Medieval Europe

     No.2 Fall

     pp. 399-450

    Michael Frakes, Matthew Harding

    The Deterrent Effect of Death Penalty Eligibility: Evidence from the Adoption of Child Murder Eligibility Factors

     No.2 Fall

     pp. 451-497

    Philip J. Cook

    Potential Savings from Abolition of the Death Penalty in North Carolina

     No.2 Fall

     pp. 498-529

    John K. Roman, Aaron J. Chalfin, Carly R. Knight

    Reassessing the Cost of the Death Penalty Using Quasi- Experimental Methods: Evidence from Maryland

     No.2 Fall

     pp. 530-574

    Eric A. Posner, Luigi Zingales

    A Loan Modification Approach to the Housing Crisis

     No.2 Fall

     pp. 575-607

    Yair Listokin

    Corporate Voting versus Market Price Setting

     No.2 Fall

     pp. 608-635

    American Law and Economics Review, 2010, Vol.12

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    John Yinger

    Municipal Bond Ratings and Citizens Rights

     No.1 Spring

     pp. 1-38

    James R. Brown, Dino Falaschetti, Michael J. Orlando

    Auditor Independence and the Quality of Information in Financial Disclosures: Evidence for Market Discipline versus Sarbanes- Oxley Proscriptions

     No.1 Spring

     pp. 39-68

    David Dranove, Yasutora Watanabe

    Influence and Deterrence: How Obstetricians Respond to Litigation against Themselves and Their Colleagues

     No.1 Spring

     pp. 69-94

    Yehonatan Givati

    Strategic Statutory Interpretation by Administrative Agencies

     No.1 Spring

     pp. 95-115

    Alison F. Del Rossi, W. Kip Viscusi

    The Changing Landscape of Blockbuster Punitive Damages Awards

     No.1 Spring

     pp. 116-161

    Luciana Echazu, Nuno Garoupa

    Corruption and the Distortion of Law Enforcement Effort

     No.1 Spring

     pp. 162-180

    Keith N. Hylton, Sungjoon Cho

    The Economics of Injunctive and Reverse Settlements

     No.1 Spring

     pp. 181-203

    Anne van Aaken, Lars P. Feld, Stefan Voigt

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