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Vol. 112 Nbr. 4, February 2014

Comparative effectiveness research as choice architecture: the behavioral law and economics solution to the health care cost crisis.

Introduction through IV. Relative Value Health Insurance A. The Legal Status of Relative Value Health Insurance 1. Limitations on Ex Post Utilization Review, p. 523-549

Comparative effectiveness research as choice architecture: the behavioral law and economics solution to the health care cost crisis.

IV. Relative Value Health Insurance A. The Legal Status of Relative Value Health Insurance 2. Ex Ante Exclusions through Conclusion, with footnotes, p. 549-574

Judicial independence and social welfare.

Introduction through II. Optimal Judicial Independence C. Step Three: The Decision, 575-601

Judicial independence and social welfare.

II. Optimal Judicial Independence D. Step Four: The Payoff through Appendix, with footnotes, 601-625

Plausible absurdities and practical formalities: the recess appointments clause in theory and practice.

Toward a child-centered approach to evaluating claims of alienation in high-conflict custody disputes.


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