Thomas J. Miles : Publications
The Economics of the Criminal Law, Economic Approaches to Law Series, edited by Richard A. Posner and Francesco Parisi. Stanford Economics and Finance, 2008 (volume editor with Steven D. Levitt).
"Criminal Procedure: Empirical Analysis." In The Encyclopedia of law and Economics, 2nd ed. Chris William Sanchirico, ed. Edward Elgar, 2011.
"Depoliticizing Administrative Law." In Ideology, Law, & Psychology, edited by Jon Hanson. Oxford University Press, 2011 (with Cass Sunstein).
"For General Deterrence (A Comment on Robinson’s The Difficulty of Deterrence)." In Criminal Law Conversations, edited by Stephen Garvey Paul Robinson, and Kimberly Kessler Ferzan. Oxford University Press, 2009 (with Jonathan S. Masur and Richard H. McAdams).
"Economic Analyses of Deterrence: Empirical." In The New Palgrave Dictionary of Economics, 2nd ed., edited by Steven Durlauf and Lawrence Blume. Palgrave MacMillan, 2008 (with Steven D. Levitt).
"The Empirical Study of Criminal Punishment." In The Handbook of Law and Economics, edited by A. Mitchell Polinsky and Steven Shavell. North Holland, 2007 (with Steven D. Levitt).
"Policing Immigration." 80 University of Chicago Law Review 87 (with Adam B. Cox) (2013).
Is Texas Hold ‘Em a Game of Chance? A Legal and Economic Analysis, 101 Georgetown Law Journal 581 (with Steven D. Levitt and Andrew M. Rosenfield) (2013).
"The Law’s Delay: A Test of the Mechanisms of Judicial Peer Effects." 4 Journal of Legal Analysis 301 (2012).
"Racial Disparities in Wiretap Applications before Federal Judges." 41 Journal of Legal Studies 419 (2012).
"The Role of Skill versus Luck: Evidence from the World Series of Poker." __ Journal of Sports Economics __ (with Steven D. Levitt) (forthcoming in print, published advanced access online June 22, 2012).
"Empiricism and the Rising Incidence of Co-authorship in Law," in Festschrift Honoring of Thomas S. Ulen. 2011 University of Illinois Law Review 101 (2011) (with Tom Ginsburg).
"Depoliticizing Administrative Law." 58 Duke Law Journal 2193 (2009) (with Cass Sunstein).
"Documenting Discrimination?" 108 Columbia Law Review 31 (2008) (with Adam B. Cox).
"An Empirical Analysis of the FBI Ten Most Wanted List." 5 Journal of Empirical Legal Studies 275 (2008).
"Judging the Voting Rights Act." 107 Columbia Law Review 1 (2008) (with Adam B. Cox).
"Judicial Ideology and the Transformation of Voting Rights Jurisprudence." 75 University of Chicago Law Review 1493 (2008) (with Adam B. Cox).
"The New Legalism." 75 University of Chicago Law Review 831 (2008).
"The Real World of Arbitrariness Review." 75 University of Chicago Law Review 761 (2008) (with Cass R. Sunstein).
"Reply: The New Legal Realism." 75 University of Chicago Law Review 831 (2008) (with Cass R. Sunstein).
"Posner on Economic Loss in Tort: EVRA Corp. v. Swiss Bank." 74 University of Chicago Law Review 1813 (2007) (Symposium Commemorating Twenty-Five Years of Judge Richard A. Posner).
"The Silence of the Lambdas: Deterring Incapacitation Research." 22 Journal of Quantitative Criminology 287 (2007) (with Jens Ludwig).
"Do Judges Make Regulatory Policy? An Empirical Investigation of Chevron." 73 University of Chicago Law Review 823 (2006) (with Cass R. Sunstein).
"Economic Contributions to the Understanding of Crime." 2 Annual Review of Law and Social Science 147 (2006) (with Steven D. Levitt).
"Empirical Economics and the Study of Punishment and Crime." University of Chicago Legal Forum 237 (2005) (Symposium on Punishment and Crime).
"Estimating the Effect of 'America's Most Wanted': A Duration Analysis of Wanted Fugitives." 48 Journal of Law and Economics 281 (2005).
"Judging the Tournament." 32 Florida State University Law Review 1055 (2005) (Symposium on Empirical Measures of Judicial Performance; with Jay S. Bybee).
"Felon Disenfranchisement and Voter Turnout." 33 Journal of Legal Studies 85 (2004).
"Common Law Exceptions to Employment at Will and U.S. Labor Markets." 16 Journal of Law, Economics, and Organization 74 (2000).
"VRA Symposium: Social Science Goes to the Court." Scotusblog (September 13, 2012) (with Adam B. Cox).
"The Future of Law & Economics: Specialization and Coordination." University of Chicago Law School Record, Fall 2011.
"The Real Judicial Activists." The American Prospect, January 2007, p. 9 (with Cass R. Sunstein).
"The Supremes." Los Angeles Times, October 22, 2007, p. A21 (with Cass R. Sunstein).
"The Role of Skill versus Luck: Evidence from the World Series of Poker." National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper # 17023, 2011 (with Steven D. Levitt).