The Supreme Court Economic Review, Volume 6

Edited by Harold Demsetz, Ernest Gellhorn, and Nelson Lund

Edited by Harold Demsetz, Ernest Gellhorn, and Nelson Lund

256 pages | 6-1/8 x 9-1/4 | © 1998
Cloth $45.00 ISBN: 9780226142876 Published August 1998
This interdisciplinary review series provides an economic analysis of cases decided by the United States Supreme Court, the implicit or explicit economic reasoning employed by the Court, and the economic consequences of the Court's decisions.
Contents
Money, Power, and Politics: Governance Models and Campaign Finance Regulation, Ronald A. Cass
The Must-Carry Decisions: Bad Law, Bad Economics, John E. Lopatka and Michael G. Vita
Federalism and Insider Trading, Larry E. Ribstein
Winstar, Bureaucracy and Public Choice, Jonathan R. Macey
The Civil False Claims Act as a Deterrent to Participation in Government Procurement Markets, William E. Kovacic
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