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Unrules

Cary Coglianese Gabriel Schleffler Daniel E. Walters

Stanford Law Review (2021)

Download: SSRN | Penn Copy Citation Cary Coglianese, Gabriel Schleffler, and Daniel E. Walters. "Unrules." Stanford Law Review 73, (2021): 888-967. https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3701841.

Topics: Process; Law

Keywords: Administrative law; Regulatory Burdens; Legal Obligations; Exceptions; Waivers; Exemptions; Variances; Grandfathering; Loopholes; Empirical legal studies; Computational Linguistics; Text Analysis; Judicial review; Procedure; Transparency; Deregulationl; Capture; Political Economy

Litigating EPA Rules: A Fifty-Year Retrospective of Environmental Rulemaking in the Courts

Cary Coglianese Daniel E. Walters

Case Western Reserve Law Review (2020)

Download: SSRN | Penn Copy Citation Cary Coglianese and Daniel E. Walters. "Litigating EPA Rules: A Fifty-Year Retrospective of Environmental Rulemaking in the Courts." Case Western Reserve Law Review 70, 4 (2020): 1007-1037. https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3694559.

Topics: Environment; Law

Keywords: Administrative law; Environmental regulation; Empirical legal studies; Judicial review; Litigation; EPA; Rule Challenges; Agency Deference; Scrutiny; Supreme Court

What Should Empirical Legal Economists Do?

Jonathan Klick

Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics (2018)

Download: Penn Copy Citation and Jonathan Klick. "What Should Empirical Legal Economists Do?." Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics 174, 1 (2018): 29. .

Topics: Law; Economics

Keywords: Empirical legal studies; Legal economists

The Short-And Long-Run Effects of Private Law Enforcement: Evidence from University Police

Paul Heaton Priscillia Hunt John MacDonald Jessica Saunders

The Journal of Law and Economics (2016)

Download: SSRN | Penn | Publisher Copy Citation Paul Heaton, Priscillia Hunt, John MacDonald, and Jessica Saunders. "The Short-And Long-Run Effects of Private Law Enforcement: Evidence from University Police." The Journal of Law and Economics 59, 4 (2016): . https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3013723.

Topics: Law

Keywords: Empirical legal studies; Law enforcement; University of Chicago Police Department; UCPD; Private police; Police effectiveness; Geographic regression discontinuity

Everything's Bigger in Texas: Except the Medmal Settlements

Tom Baker Eric Helland Jonathan Klick

Connecticut Insurance Law Journal (2016)

Download: SSRN | Penn Copy Citation Tom Baker, Eric Helland, and Jonathan Klick. "Everything's Bigger in Texas: Except the Medmal Settlements." Connecticut Insurance Law Journal 22, (2016): 1. https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2865900.

Topics: Law; Health

Keywords: Empirical legal studies; Blood Money; Tort law; Medical malpractice litigation; Doctors, insurance; Settlements, incentives; Personal bankruptcy; Homestead exemption

How Do We Decide How Long to Incarcerate?

David S. Abrams

Empirical Legal Analysis: Assessing the Performance of Legal Institutions (2013)

Download: SSRN | Publisher Copy Citation and David S. Abrams. "How Do We Decide How Long to Incarcerate?." In Empirical Legal Analysis: Assessing the Performance of Legal Institutions, edited by Yun-chien Chang, 63. Abingdon: Routledge, 2013.

Topics: Law; Economics

Keywords: Empirical legal studies; Medical malpractice; Stock prices; Punishment

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The Regulatory Review

Search essays from The Regulatory Review, PPR’s online journal for regulatory news, analysis, and opinion.