Law & Economics Working Papers #501-550

550.   Stephen J. Choi, Gurang Mitu Gulati, and Eric A. Posner, The Law and Policy of Judicial Retirement, April 2011

549.   Eduardo Moises Penalver and Lior Strahilevitz, Judicial Takings or Due Process?, April 2011

548.   Tom Ginsburg, An Economic Interpretation of the Pastunwalli, March 2011

547.   Ariel Porat, Misalignments in Tort Law, March 2011

546.   Eric A. Posner and Alan O. Sykes, Efficient Breach of International Law: Optimal Remedies, “Legalized Noncompliance,” and Related Issues, March 2011

545.   Tom Ginsburg and Thomas J. Miles, Empiricism and the Rising Incidence of Coauthorship in Law, February 2011

544.   Bernard E. Harcourt, Making Willing Bodies: Manufacturing Consent among Prisoners and Soldiers, Creating Human Subjects, Patriots, and Everyday Citizens—The University of Chicago Malaria Experiments on Prisoners at Stateville Penitentiary, February 2011

543.   Jacob E. Gersen, Designing Agencies, January 201l

542.   Bernard E. Harcourt, Reducing Mass Incarceration: Lessons from the Deinstitutionalization of Mental Hospitals in the 1960s, January 2011

541.   Stephen J. Choi, Mitu Gulati, and Eric A. Posner, Pricing Terms in Sovereign Debt Contracts: A Greek Case Study with Implications for the European Crisis Resolution Mechanism, November 2010

540.   Eric A. Posner, The Constitution of the Roman Republic: A Political Economy Perspective, November 2010

539. Christopher R. Berry and Jacob E. Gersen, Agency Design and Distributive Politics, October 2010

538.  Lee Anne Fennell, Willpower Taxes, October 2010

537.  Eric A. Posner, Human Rights, the Laws of War, and Reciprocity, September 2010

536.  Christopher R. Berry and Jacob E. Gersen, Voters, Non-voters, and the Implications of Election Timing for Public Policy, September 2010

535.  Bermard E. Harcourt, Risk As a Proxy for Race, September 2010

534.  Omri Ben-Shahar, Damages for Unlicensed Use, September 2010

533.  Lior Jacob Strahilevitz, Pseudonymous Litigation, September 2010

532.  Randal C. Picker, The Razors-and-Blades Myth(s), September 2010

531.   Ariel Porat and Avraham Tabbach, Risk of Death, August 2010

530.   Bernard E. Harcourt and Tracey L. Meares, Randomization and the Fourth Amendment, August 2010

529.   Jonathan Masur, Patent Inflation, August 2010

528.   Richard A. Epstein, One Bridge Too Far: Why the Employee Free Choice Act Has, and Should, Fail, August 2010

527.   Richard A. Epstein and F. Scott Kieff, Questioning the Frequency and Wisdom of Compulsory Licensing for Pharmaceutical Patents, August 2010

526.   Richard A. Epstein, Carbon Dioxide: Our Newest Pollutant, August 2010

525.   Jonathan S. Masur and Eric A. Posner, Climate Regulation and the Limits of Cost-Benefit Analysis, August 2010

524.   Richard A. Epstein, What Is So Special about Intangible Property? The Case for intelligent Carryovers, August 2010

523.   Randal C. Picker, Organizing Competition and Cooperation after American Needle, June 2010

522.   Lee Anne Fennell, Possession Puzzles, June 2010

521.   M. Todd Henderson, Implicit Compensation, May 2010

520.   Jonathan S. Masur and Jonathan Remy Nash, The Institutional Dynamics of Transition Relief (April 2010)

519.   Stephen J. Choi, Mitu Gulati, and Eric A. Posner, Judicial Ability and Securities Class Actions (April 2010)

518.   Lee Anne Fennell, Unbundling Risk (April 2010)

517.   Kenneth W. Dam, The Subprime Crisis and Financial Regulation: International and Comparative Perspectives (March 2010)

516.   Omri Ben-Shahar and Carl E. Schneider, The Failure of Mandated Disclosure (March 2010)

515.   Richard A. Epstein, Inside the Coasean Firm: Competence as a Random Variable (March 2010)

514.   Omri Ben-Shahar and Eric A. Posner, The Right to Withdraw in Contract Law (March 2010)

513.   Neta-li E. Gottlieb, Free to Air? Legal Protection for TV Program Formats (February 2010)

512.   Omri Ben-Shahar and Anu Bradford, The Economics of Climate Enforcement (February 2010)

511.   Tom Ginsburg, James Melton, and Zachary Elkiins, The Endurance of National Constitutions (February 2010)

510.   Lee Epstein, William M. Landes, and Richard A. Posner, Why (and When) Judges Dissent: A Theoretical and Empirical Analysis (January 2010)

509.   Joseph Isenbergh, The Future of Taxation (January 2010, revised September 2010)

508.   Stephen J. Choi, Mitu Gulati, and Eric A. Posner, What Do Federal District Judges Want? An Analysis of Publications, Citations, and Reversals (January 2010)

507.   Tom Ginsburg and Eric A. Posner, Subconstitutionalism (January 2010)

506.   Richard A. Epstein, Impermissible Ratemaking in Health-Insurance Reform: Why the Reid Bill is Unconstitutional (December 2009)

505.   Jacob E. Gersen and Anne Joseph O'Connell, Hiding in Plain Sight? Timing and Transparency in the Administrative State (December 2009)

504.   Eric A. Posner and Alan O. Sykes, Economic Foundations of the Law of the Sea (December 2009)

503.   Nuno Garoupa and Tom Ginsburg, Reputation, Information and the Organization of the Judiciary (December 2009)

502.   Tom Ginsburg, The Arbitrator as Agent: Why Deferential Review Is Not Always Pro-Arbitration (December 2009)

501.   Saul Levmore, Interest Groups and the Problem with Incrementalism (November 2009)