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"New and Improved" Estimates of Qualification Discrimination
(Southern Economic Journal, 1985)
The early offer reform proposal for medical malpractice provides an option for claimants to receive prompt payment of all their net economic Losses and reasonable attorney fees. Using a Large sample of closed individual ...
Allocation of Time and Human Energy and Its Effects on Productivity
(Applied Economics, 1985)
The supply of effort on the job has been virtually ignored as a component of the effective supply of labour. Typically, labour supply models assume the worker chooses the utility-maximizing number of hours to supply on the ...
Perspectives: Law in the Grand Manner
(Constitutional Commentary, 1985)
Being a Supreme Court justice must have been more fun in the eighteenth century than it is today. The caseload was lighter, and the Court was a social as well as a political center., The justices also apparently felt ...
Consumer Behavior and the Safety Effects of Product Safety Regulation
(Journal of Law and Economics, 1985)
A recurring issue in the economic analysis of risk regulation agencies is whether these efforts have had any significant favorable effect on safety. Although the existence of such an effect would not necessarily imply that ...
Are Individuals Bayesian Decision Makers?
(American Economic Review, 1985)
There has been increasing interest in whether normative models of individual choice under uncertainty accord with actual behavior. These concerns have been much greater than in other economic contexts because of the ...
Market Incentives for Safety
(Harvard Business Review, 1985)
In the heated atmosphere generated by inch-high headlines and multimillion-dollar liability suits, two important facts often get lost. First, society's awareness of what ensuring reasonably complete safety would cost rarely ...