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Government Control of Information
(California Law Review Inc., 1986)
Hard Defamation Cases
Three Civil Rights Fallacies
(California Law Review, 1991)
On the Costs and Benefits of Aggressive Judicial Review of Agency Action
(Duke University School of Law, 1989)
Republicanism and the Preference Problem
(Chicago-Kent Law Review, 1990)
Economics and the Environment: Trading Debt and Technology for Nature
(Columbia Journal of Environmental Law, 1992)
In this article, Professor O’Neill and Professor Sunstein first explore and suggest improvements in current debt-for-nature swaps, with the ultimate aim of defending the use of economic incentives and Paretian principles ...
Overreaction to Fearsome Risks
(Springer Verlag, 2014-09-22)
Fearsome risks are those that stimulate strong emotional responses. Such risks, which usually involve high consequences, tend to have low probabilities, since life today is no longer nasty, brutish and short. In the face ...
Is Capital Punishment Morally Required? The Relevance of Life-Life Tradeoffs
Recent evidence suggests that capital punishment may have a significant deterrent effect, preventing as many eighteen or more murders for each execution. This evidence greatly unsettles moral objections to the death penalty, ...