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Ticket Scalping: A New Look At An Old Problem, Thomas A. Diamond Nov 1982

Ticket Scalping: A New Look At An Old Problem, Thomas A. Diamond

University of Miami Law Review

Social, economic and legal factors have contributed to the success of ticket scalpers. Recently enacted unfair trade practices laws now provide courts with the means to regulate scalping and to provide effective redress for aggrieved consumers


The Fallacy Of Weighting Asset Value And Earnings Value In The Appraisal Of Corporate Stock, Elmer J. Schaefer Jul 1982

The Fallacy Of Weighting Asset Value And Earnings Value In The Appraisal Of Corporate Stock, Elmer J. Schaefer

Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


Economic Liberties And The Constitution, Michigan Law Review Mar 1982

Economic Liberties And The Constitution, Michigan Law Review

Michigan Law Review

A Review of Economic Liberties and the Constitution by Bernard H. Siegan


Individual Rights And The Social Good: A Choice-Theoretic Analysis, Steven Strasnick Jan 1982

Individual Rights And The Social Good: A Choice-Theoretic Analysis, Steven Strasnick

Hofstra Law Review

No abstract provided.


Individual Rights And Collective Rationality: Some Implications For Economic Analysis Of Law, Bruce Chapman Jan 1982

Individual Rights And Collective Rationality: Some Implications For Economic Analysis Of Law, Bruce Chapman

Hofstra Law Review

In recent years there has been much discussion of two theorems in economics that relate individual rights to Pareto optimality. In the area of law and economics, Ronald Coase is well known for demonstrating that in a world without transaction costs bargaining will always result in a Pareto-efficient outcome, whatever the initial distribution of rights. In social choice theory, however, Amartya Sen has shown that for certain configurations of individual preferences, the reasonable exercise of individual rights can lead to outcomes that are Pareto-inferior to other outcomes that are attainable. Clearly, there is some tension between these two results. The …


Social Choice Theory And The Imperfectability Of A Legal Order, Allan Gibbard Jan 1982

Social Choice Theory And The Imperfectability Of A Legal Order, Allan Gibbard

Hofstra Law Review

No abstract provided.


Human Motivation: The Inadequacy Of Economists' Models, Alfred F. Mackay Jan 1982

Human Motivation: The Inadequacy Of Economists' Models, Alfred F. Mackay

Hofstra Law Review

No abstract provided.


Commercial Paper In Economic Theory And Legal History, Harold R. Weinberg Jan 1982

Commercial Paper In Economic Theory And Legal History, Harold R. Weinberg

Law Faculty Scholarly Articles

Commercial-paper played a significant role in antebellum America by partially filling the void resulting from the shortage of gold and silver coinage and the absence of a reliable paper currency. Although most legal historians would agree with this premise, a controversy has arisen in recent years concerning negotiability, that collection of legal rules which greatly enhanced the usefulness of bills of exchange and promissory notes in commerce and finance.

Many scholars believe that negotiability, along with other pre-Civil War legal doctrines, was intended to facilitate the development of a national market system and economic growth. This view typically holds that …


Structure Of Labor Relations, Howard Lesnick Jan 1982

Structure Of Labor Relations, Howard Lesnick

All Faculty Scholarship

No abstract provided.


Post-Tefra Holding Company Strategies, David Randall Jenkins Dec 1981

Post-Tefra Holding Company Strategies, David Randall Jenkins

David Randall Jenkins, Ph.D.

Post-TEFRA holding company succession planning strategies relied on the Supreme Court's decision in Vogel Fertilizer Co.