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Requiem for a Paradox: The Dubious Rise and Inevitable Fall of Hipster Antitrust

Joshua Wright Elyse Dorsey Jonathan Klick Jan Rybnicek

Arizona State Law Journal (2019)

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Copy Citation: | Joshua Wright, Elyse Dorsey, Jonathan Klick, and Jan Rybnicek. "Requiem for a Paradox: The Dubious Rise and Inevitable Fall of Hipster Antitrust." Arizona State Law Journal 51, 1 (2019): 293. . Joshua Wright, Elyse Dorsey, Jonathan Klick, and Jan Rybnicek, Requiem for a Paradox: The Dubious Rise and Inevitable Fall of Hipster Antitrust, 51 Arizona State Law Journal 293 (2019).

Topics: Process

Keywords: Antitrust; General welfare; Consumer welfare; Economics; Political theory; Brandeis; Hipster antitrust

Platforms and the Rule of Reason: the American Express Case

Herbert Hovenkamp

Columbia Business Law Review (2019)

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Copy Citation: | and Herbert Hovenkamp. "Platforms and the Rule of Reason: the American Express Case." Columbia Business Law Review 2019, (2019): 35. . Herbert Hovenkamp, Platforms and the Rule of Reason: the American Express Case, 2019 Columbia Business Law Review 35 (2019).

Topics: Law

Keywords: Antitrust; General welfare; Consumer welfare; Economics; Capital market

Is Antitrust’s Consumer Welfare Principle Imperiled?

Herbert Hovenkamp

The Journal of Corporation Law (2019)

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Copy Citation: | and Herbert Hovenkamp. "Is Antitrust’s Consumer Welfare Principle Imperiled?." The Journal of Corporation Law 45, 1 (2019): 101. https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3197329. Herbert Hovenkamp, Is Antitrust’s Consumer Welfare Principle Imperiled?, 45 The Journal of Corporation Law 101 (2019).

Topics: Business

Keywords: Antitrust; General welfare; Consumer welfare; Economics; Political theory; Brandeis; Hipster antitrust

Health Care's Market Bureaucracy

Allison K. Hoffman

UCLA Law Review (2019)

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Copy Citation: | and Allison K. Hoffman. "Health Care's Market Bureaucracy." UCLA Law Review 66, (2019): . https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3394970. Allison K. Hoffman, Health Care's Market Bureaucracy, 66 UCLA Law Review (2019).

Topics: Health; Economics

Keywords: Health; Health care; Consumer; Patient; Market; Economics; Democracy

An Empirical Analysis of Cost Recovery in Superfund Cases: Implications for Brownfields and Joint and Several Liability

Howard F. Chang Hilary A. Sigman

Journal of Empirical Legal Studies (2014)

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Copy Citation: | Howard F. Chang and Hilary A. Sigman. "An Empirical Analysis of Cost Recovery in Superfund Cases: Implications for Brownfields and Joint and Several Liability." Journal of Empirical Legal Studies 11, (2014): 447. https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=1640680. Howard F. Chang, and Hilary A. Sigman, An Empirical Analysis of Cost Recovery in Superfund Cases: Implications for Brownfields and Joint and Several Liability, 11 Journal of Empirical Legal Studies 447 (2014).

Topics: Economics; Law

Keywords: Environmental law; Torts; Litigation and Settlement; Real Estate; Economics

The Immigration Paradox: Alien Workers and Distributive Justice

Howard F. Chang

Citizenship, Borders, and Human Needs (2011)

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Copy Citation: | and Howard F. Chang. "The Immigration Paradox: Alien Workers and Distributive Justice." In Citizenship, Borders, and Human Needs, edited by Rogers M. Smith, 92-114. Philadelphia, PA: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2011. Howard F. Chang, The Immigration Paradox: Alien Workers and Distributive Justice, in Citizenship, Borders, and Human Needs, 92-114 (Rogers M. Smith eds., 2011).

Topics: Law; Politics; Economics; Rights

Keywords: immigration law; Equality; Moral and Political Philosophy; Race Relations; Social Science; Economics

Cultural Communities in a Global Labor Market: Immigration Restrictions as Residential Segregation

Howard F. Chang

Challenges of Globalization: Immigration, Social Welfare, Global Governance (2009)

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Copy Citation: | and Howard F. Chang. "Cultural Communities in a Global Labor Market: Immigration Restrictions as Residential Segregation." In Challenges of Globalization: Immigration, Social Welfare, Global Governance, edited by Andrew C. Sobel, 78. : Routledge, 2009. Howard F. Chang, Cultural Communities in a Global Labor Market: Immigration Restrictions as Residential Segregation, in Challenges of Globalization: Immigration, Social Welfare, Global Governance, 78 (Andrew C. Sobel eds., 2009).

Topics: Law; International; Economics

Keywords: immigration law; Moral and Political Philosophy; Economics; Race Relations

Passive Discrimination: When Does it Make Sense to Pay Too Little?

Jonah B. Gelbach Jonathan Klick Lesley Wexler

University of Chicago Law Review (2009)

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Copy Citation: | Jonah B. Gelbach, Jonathan Klick, and Lesley Wexler. "Passive Discrimination: When Does it Make Sense to Pay Too Little?." University of Chicago Law Review 76, (2009): 797. https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=1263931. Jonah B. Gelbach, Jonathan Klick, and Lesley Wexler, Passive Discrimination: When Does it Make Sense to Pay Too Little?, 76 University of Chicago Law Review 797 (2009).

Topics: Economics; Business; Law

Keywords: Economics; Employment discrimination; Labor

The Economics of International Labor Migration and the Case for Global Distributive Justice in Liberal Political Theory

Howard F. Chang

Cornell International Law Journal (2009)

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Copy Citation: | and Howard F. Chang. "The Economics of International Labor Migration and the Case for Global Distributive Justice in Liberal Political Theory." Cornell International Law Journal 41, (2009): 2021-01-25T00:00:00+00:00. https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=986605. Howard F. Chang, The Economics of International Labor Migration and the Case for Global Distributive Justice in Liberal Political Theory, 41 Cornell International Law Journal 2021-01-25T00:00:00+00:00 (2009).

Topics: Law; Economics; International; Rights

Keywords: Jurisprudence; Social Sciences; Global Community; Immigration; Philosophy; Economics

Immigration Restriction as Redistributive Taxation: Working Women and the Costs of Protectionism in the Labor Market

Howard F. Chang

Journal of Law, Economics & Policy (2009)

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Copy Citation: | and Howard F. Chang. "Immigration Restriction as Redistributive Taxation: Working Women and the Costs of Protectionism in the Labor Market." Journal of Law, Economics & Policy 5, 1 (2009): 2021-01-29T00:00:00+00:00. https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=1141165. Howard F. Chang, Immigration Restriction as Redistributive Taxation: Working Women and the Costs of Protectionism in the Labor Market, 5 Journal of Law, Economics & Policy 2021-01-29T00:00:00+00:00 (2009).

Topics: Economics; Law; International

Keywords: immigration law; Labor Economics; Feminism; Women; Gender Studies; Income Taxation; Law and Equality; Race Relations; Economics; International Trade

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