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Cost-Benefit Analysis and Relative Position
(University of Chicago Law School, 2000)
Current estimates of regulatory benefits are too low, and likely far too low, because they ignore a central point about valuation - namely, that people care not only about their absolute economic position, but also about ...
Deliberating about Dollars: The Severity Shift
How does jury deliberation affect the pre-deliberation judgments of individual jurors? In this paper we make progress on that question by reporting the results of a study of over 500 mock juries composed of over 3000 jury ...
Television and the Public Interest
(California Law Review, 2000)
The communications revolution has thrown into question the value of public interest obligations for television broadcasters. But the distinctive nature of this unusual market--with "winner- take-all" features, with viewers ...
Culture and Government Money: A Guide for the Perplexed
Constitutional limits on government’s power to regulate the culture and the arts, newly salient in light of the controversy involving the Brooklyn Museum, are best understood by distinguishing among (a) content-neutral, ...