George Mason University School of Law
In addition to judicial education programs that the Law and Economics Center conducts, we also have a division that focuses on public policy research, known as the Searle Civil Justice Institute. In November, we held a public policy roundtable where we commissioned a variety of research and brought together a group of experts, both academic and practitioner experts, to discuss the issue of balancing the appropriate roles of markets, litigation, and regulation. And the notion there is that each one - markets, litigation, and regulation - can and probably should play a role in addressing various consumer harms.
Keith N. Hylton, Larry E. Ribstein, Paul H. Rubin & Todd J. Zywicki,
Balancing of Markets, Litigation and Regulation
Journal of Law, Economics & Policy
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