Browse by Subject "Law"
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(1996)Courts involve in regulatory policy by means of statutory judicial review, and a theory of statutory judicial review is needed to account for judicial behavior in this respect. The theory this essay presents structures ...
Status and Integrative Complexity in Decision-Making Groups: Evidence From the United States Supreme Court and a Laboratory Experiment (1993)Integrative complexity is a measure of the tendency to consider decision-relevant information from more than one perspective, or in terms of more than one dimension. A "status-contingency model" is proposed to ...
Statutorily enacted estate planning forms: Development, explanation, analysis, studies, commentary, and recommendations (1990)Although the advantages of planning for death and disability are great, most people fail to make adequate estate arrangements. Many state legislatures have recognized the ensuing problems and have attempted to rectify them ...
(1992)The role that the United States Supreme Court has played in the development of public policy in general, and labor policy in particular, has been the subject of substantial research. Most of this research, however, has ...
(1995)In a setting where tax laws are ambiguous, the resolution of disputes between taxpayers and the tax agency may require litigation. This study investigates (i) how the possibility of litigation influences taxpayers' initial ...
(1988)Much of the recent regulation literature is concerned with the impact of regulation on the value of firms. Previous research has indicated that regulation can be either beneficial or harmful to firms. Increasingly, financial ...
The transformation of the American legal mind: Habeas corpus, federalism, and constitutionalism, 1787-1870 (1995)This study examines judicial conflicts caused by habeas corpus from the formation of the Constitution to Tarble's Case (1870). Intending to create a strong central government, the framers inserted the habeas corpus clause ...
(1993)The economic theory of tort has been dominated by an ex post perspective. Researchers have tended to think about the ways in which accident costs could be allocated among parties to provide each with incentives to undertake ...