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John M. Olin Program in Law and Economics Conference on Economic Analysis of Civil Procedure.

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Meeting:
John M. Olin Program in Law and Economics Conference on Economic Analysis of Civil Procedure (1993 : University of Virginia School of Law)
Language:
English.
Publication date:
1994
Imprint:
Chicago : University of Chicago Press, 1994.
Format:
  • Book, Conference Proceedings
  • p. 303-665 ; 23 cm
Title Variation:
Economic analysis of civil procedure
Note:
Symposium held at University of Virginia School of Law, March 26-27, 1993. Symposium issue of Journal of legal studies, v. 23, no. 1, pt. 2 (January 1994). Cover title.
Bibliography:
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents:
  • Introduction: Economic analysis of civil procedure / Geoffrey P. Miller
  • The value of accuracy in adjudication : an economic analysis / Louis Kaplow
  • Neoactuarialism : comment on Kaplow (1) / Daniel R. Ortiz
  • Valuing accuracy--filling out the framework : comment on Kaplow (2) / Stephen McG. Bundy
  • An economic model of legal discovery / Robert D. Cooter and Daniel L. Rubinfeld
  • Discovery cost allocation : comment on Cooter and Rubinfeld / Edward H. Cooper
  • Civil discovery : its effects and optimal scope / Bruce L. Hay
  • Multidefendant settlements under joint and several liability : the problem of insolvency / Lewis A. Kornhauser and Richard L. Revesz
  • Effect of joint and several liability on the settlement rate--mathematical symmetries and metaissues about rational litigant behavior : comment on Kornhauser and Revesz / John J. Donohue III
  • A note on joint and several liability : insolvency, settlement, and incentives / Kathryn E. Spier
  • Avoiding surprise from federal civil rule making : the role of economic analysis / Laurens Walker
  • The empirical turn in procedural rule making : comment on Walker (1) / Robert G. Bone
  • Repealing the law of unintended consequences? : comment on Walker (2) / Thomas D. Rowe, Jr.
  • Judicial preferences, public choice, and the rules of procedure / Jonathan R. Macey
  • Judges' self-interest and procedural rules : comment on Macey / Janet Cooper Alexander.
Contributor:
Alexander, Janet Cooper.
Donohue, John J., 1953-
John M. Olin Foundation.
University of Chicago. Law School.
Related Work:
Brigham Young University journal of legal studies.
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