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Law & Economics Prof Blog

Law & Economics Prof Blog

Edited by Murat C. Mungan, David Gamage, Eric Rasmusen, Ben Depoorter, Gerrit de Geest, Shi-Ling Hsu, Manuel A. Utset, Jr., Brian Galle and Yuval Feldman.

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  • Oct 19

    Surowiecki on Payment for Environmental Service

    Surowiecki on Payment for Environmental Service
    James Surowiecki is the economics correspondent for the New Yorker. Lots of times he does a nice job explaining difficult concepts in ways that are accessible to the lay public. Last week’s column on “payments for economic services”…
  • Oct 11

    The Origination Clause Obamacare Case

    The Origination Clause Obamacare Case
    Since Friday I gave a talk at Hillsdale on Halbig, and Monday I give a talk at Notre Dame about Hobby Lobby, I wondered if I had anything to say on Sissel v. HHS (DC Circuit, No.13-5202) and Hotze v....
  • Oct 8

    More on Incentives for Organ Donation

    More on Incentives for Organ Donation
    Last post, I suggested that mean-reversion in states that enact organ donor incentives may have been casting a statistical cloud over any effort to measure the real impact of those incentives. There are some other issues in earlier papers,…
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WUSTL School of Law News

WUSTL School of Law News

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  • Oct 15

    Wash U Expert: Ebola quarantines essential for public health

    Wash U Expert: Ebola quarantines essential for public health
    Recent revelations that Nancy Snyderman, MD, NBC News’ chief medical correspondent, violated a mandatory Ebola quarantine after returning from Africa, and that a Dallas health care worker infected with the virus boarded a commercial jet…
  • Oct 2

    Supreme procrastination: Why the nation's highest court puts off big decisions until the last moment

    Supreme procrastination: Why the nation's highest court puts off big decisions until the last moment
    As the Supreme Court of the United States begins its fall 2014 session this month, it faces decisions on several “blockbuster” cases, including freedom of speech, religious freedoms in prison, pregnancy discrimination and a…
  • Sep 24

    Wash U Expert: Regulations on tax inversions a move in the right direction

    Wash U Expert: Regulations on tax inversions a move in the right direction
    The U.S. Department of the Treasury took action Sept. 22 to curb corporate tax inversions, making it more difficult for U.S. companies to merge with international firms and move abroad to reduce their taxes. Rosenzweig This move attempts to…
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