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Property Rights and the Control of Human Biospecimens, in Specimen Science: Ethics and Policy Implications (edited by Holly Fernandez Lynch, Barbara E. Bierer, I. Glenn Cohen and Suzanne M. Rivera, MIT Press, 2017).
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Comparative Effectiveness Research as Choice Architecture: The Behavioral Law and Economics Solution to the Health Care Cost Crisis, 112 Michigan Law Review
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Daniel Kahneman's Influence on Legal Theory, 44 Loyola University Chicago Law Journal
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What Comes After Victory for Behavioral Law and Economics, 2011 Univ. of Illinois Law Review 1653 (2011).
How to Play Your Hand: Lessons for Negotiators from Poker (with Annie Duke, Howard Lederer and Jack Binion), 2 UNLV Gaming Law Journal 231 (2011).
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Who Wins in Settlement Negotiations? (with Joseph W. Doherty), 11 American Law and Economics Review 162-208 (2009).
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Recent Developments in the 'Stem Cell Century': Implications for Embryo Research, Egg Donor Compensation, and Stem Cell Patents, 49 Jurimetrics Journal
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Stem Cell Research and the Cloning Wars, 18 Stanford Law and Policy Review
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Buying and Selling Human Tissues for Stem Cell Research, 49 Arizona Law Review
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Autonomy and Informed Consent in Nontherapeutic Biomedical Research, 54 UCLA Law Review
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Exploring the Link Between Domestic Conflicts and Negotiation Failure in the Middle East, 6 Nevada Law Journal 388-400 (2006).
Embryonic Histrionics: A Critical Evaluation of the Bush Stem Cell Funding Policy and the Congressional Alternative, 47 Jurimetrics Journal of Law, Science and Technology
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The Problems with Heuristics for Law, in Heuristics and the Law
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Psychological Impediments to Mediation Success, 21 Ohio State Journal of Dispute Resolution 281-327 (2006). Schwartz Lecture on Dispute Resolution.
Harnessing the Positive Power of Rankings: A Response to Posner and Sunstein, 81 Indiana Law Journal
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Stem Cell Research and the Law (with Stephen R. Munzer), UCLA School of Law Public Law & Legal Theory Working Paper
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Possibility and Plausibility in Law and Economics, 32 Florida State University Law Review
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The Role of Law in Settlement, in The Handbook of Dispute Resolution
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Roadblocks to the Road Map: A Negotiation Theory Perspective on the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict After Yasser Arafat (with Jonathan Zasloff), 30 Yale Journal of International Law
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The Battle Over Self-Insured Health Plans, Or One Good Loophole Deserves Another, 1 Yale Journal of Health Policy, Law, and Ethics
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A "Traditional" and "Behavioral" Law-and-Economics Analysis of Williams v. Walker-Thomas Furniture Co., 26 Hawaii Law Review
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Bargaining Power as Threat of Impasse, 87 Marquette Law Review
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Heuristics and Biases at the Bargaining Table (with Christopher P. Guthrie), 87 Marquette Law Review
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The Law of Bargaining (with Michael Moffitt and Nancy Welsh), 87 Marquette Law Review
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The Failed Jurisprudence of Managed Care, and How to Fix It, 51 UCLA Law Review
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Bounded Rationality, Standard Form Contracts, and Unconscionability, 70 University of Chicago Law Review
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The Endowment Effect and Legal Analysis, 97 Northwestern University Law Review
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Empirical Scholarship in Contract Law: Possibilities and Pitfalls, 2002 University of Illinois Law Review
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Aspirations and Settlement, 88 Cornell Law Review
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A Multi-Disciplinary Approach to Legal Scholarship: Economics, Behavioral Economics, and Evolutionary Psychology, 41 Jurimetrics Journal
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Behavioral Analysis and Legal Form: Rules vs. Standards Revisited, 79 Oregon Law Review 23 (2000). Symposium on New and Critical Approaches to Law and Economics.
Law and Behavioral Science: Removing the Rationality Assumption from Law and Economics (with Thomas Ulen), 88 California Law Review
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A Positive Theory of Legal Negotiation, 88 Georgetown Law Journal
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The Efficiency of Managed Care "Patient Protection: Laws: Incomplete Contracts, Bounded Rationality, and Market Failure, 85 Cornell Law Review
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In Praise of Law School Rankings: Solutions to Coordination and Collective Action Problems, 77 Texas Law Review
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Determining Health Care Rights from Behind the Veil of Ignorance, 1998 University of Illinois Law Review
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Inertia and Preference in Contract Negotiation: The Psychological Power of Default Rules and Form Contracts, 51 Vanderbilt Law Review
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Efficiency and Equity: What Can Be Gained by Combining Coase and Rawls? (with Thomas Ulen), 73 Washington Law Review
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The Status Quo Bias and Contract Default Rules, 83 Cornell Law Review
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Psychology, Economics, and Settlement: A New Look at the Role of the Lawyer (with Chris Guthrie), 76 Texas Law Review
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Psychological Barriers to Litigation Settlement: An Experimental Approach (with Chris Guthrie), 93 Michigan Law Review 107-92 (1994).
Opening Offers and Out of Court Settlement: A Little Moderation May Not Go a Long Way (with Chris Guthrie), 10 Ohio State Journal of Dispute Resolution 1-22 (1994).
Sulfur Dioxide and the Constitution: Legal Doctrine and State Responses to the Clean Air Act Amendments of 1990, 13 Stanford Environmental Law Journal 349-400 (1994).
Policymaking and the Offer/Asking Price Gap: Toward a Theory of Efficient Entitlement Allocation, 46 Stanford Law Review 663-708 (1994).
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