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Volume 79, Number 1

Symposium: New and Critical Approaches to Law and Economics (Part II)


Three Effects of Social Norms on Law: Expression, Deterrence, and Internalization
Robert D. Cooter
79 Or. L. Rev. 1

Behavioral Economics, Law and Psychology

Behavioral Analysis and Legal Form: Rules vs. Standards Revisited
Russell B. Korobkin
79 Or. L. Rev. 23

Heuristics and Biases in the Courts: Ignorance or Adaptation?
Jeffrey J. Rachlinski
79 Or. L. Rev. 61

The Economics of Race and Gender

Conversations at Work
Devon W. Carbado and Mitu Gulati
79 Or. L. Rev. 103

Rationality in Law and Economics Scholarship
Jeanne L. Schroeder
79 Or. L. Rev. 147


The Shakedown on State Street
Sandra Szczerbicki
79 Or. L. Rev. 253

Multidisciplinary Practices and the Legal Profession: An Uncertain Future
Robert N. Muraski
79 Or. L. Rev. 283

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