Supreme Court Economic Review is a peer-reviewed, interdisciplinary journal focusing on economic consequences, precedents, and reasoning based on the work and law-defining decisions of the U.S. Supreme Court. The scholarship in Volume 11 includes evolution of patent law at the Federal Circuit and Supreme Court levels, censorship of economic theory, probability errors regarding tort and contract law, the psychology of punishment, and more.
About the Author
Francesco Parisi is the director of the Law and Economics Program at George Mason University School of Law and holds a joint appointment as Distinguished Professor of Law and Economics (Professore Ordinario per Chiara Fama) as the University of Milan School of Law. Daniel D. Polsby is an associate dean for academic affairs and a professor of law at George Mason University School of Law.