|Supreme Court Economic Review|
|Antitrust on Internet time: Microsoft and the law and economics of exclusion.||Law||Lopatka, John E., Page, William H.|
|Distribution restrictions operate by creating dealer profits: explaining the use of maximum resale price maintenance in State Oil v. Khan.||Law||Klein, Benjamin|
|Making something out of nothing: the law of takings and Phillips v. Washington Legal Foundation.||Law||Heller, Michael A., Krier, James E.|
|Preserving the American common market: state and local governments in the United States Supreme Court.||Law||Drahozal, Christopher R.|
|Should justices ever switch votes? Miller v. Albright in social choice perspective.||Law||Stearns, Maxwell L.|
|The predictability of punitive damages awards in published opinions, the impact of BMW v. Gore on punitive damages awards, and forecasting which punitive awards will be reduced.||Law||Eisenberg, Theodore, Wells, Martin T.|
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