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Second Generation Law and Economics of Conflict of Laws: Baxter's Comparative Impairment and Beyond
(Stanford Law Review, 1999)
In his 1963 article in the Stanford Law Review, "Choice of Law and the Federal System," Professor William F. Baxter criticized the choice-of-law approach of the First Restatement of the Conflict of Laws. According to the ...
Economics, Public Choice, and the Perennial Conflict of Laws
(Georgetown Law Journal, 2002)
This piece is a response to an article by Andrew Guzman, which proffers an efficiency framework for choice-of-law problems in interjurisdictional conflicts. The response incorporates insights from public choice theory into ...