The Supreme Court Economic Review, Volume 7

Edited by Ernest Gellhorn and Larry Ribstein

Edited by Ernest Gellhorn and Larry Ribstein

250 pages | 6-1/8 x 9-1/4 | © 1999
Cloth $45.00 ISBN: 9780226142883 Published June 1999
Contents
Distribution Restrictions Operate by Creating Dealer Profits: Explaining the Use of Maximum Resale Price Maintenance in State Oil v. Khan, Benjamin Klein
The Predictability of Punitive Damages Awards in Published Opinions, the Impact of BMW v. Gore on Punitive Damages Awards, and Forecasting Which Punitive Awards Will Be Reduced, Theodore Eisenberg & Martin T. Wells
Should Justices Ever Switch Votes?: Miller v. Albright in Social Choice Perspective, Maxwell L. Stearns
Antitrust on Internet Time: Microsoft and the Law and Economics of Exclusion, John E. Lopatka & William H. Page
Preserving the American Common Market: State and Local Governments in the United States Supreme Court, Christopher R. Drahozal
Making Something Out of Nothing: The Law of Takings and Phillips v. Washington Legal Foundation, Michael A. Heller & James E. Krier
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