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Testing the Master Tools

Kimberly West‐Faulcon

Punitive Damages and Private Ordering Fetishism

Dan Markel
Responding to Dan Markel
How Should Punitive Damages Work?

Exploring Panel Effects

Pauline T. Kim

Is Textualism Doomed?

Ilya Somin
Responding to Jonathan R. Siegel
The Inexorable Radicalization of Textualism

Opportunistic Textualism

Lawrence M. Solan
Responding to Jonathan R. Siegel
The Inexorable Radicalization of Textualism

“Retributive Damages” and the Death of Private Ordering

Michael I. Krauss
Responding to Dan Markel
How Should Punitive Damages Work?

Aggravating Punitive Damages

David G. Owen
Responding to Dan Markel
How Should Punitive Damages Work?

Doctrinal Dilemma

Girardeau A. Spann

Do We Care Enough About Racial Inequality? Reflections on The River Runs Dry

Guy-Uriel E. Charles

Psychology, Strategy, and Behavioral Equivalence

Stefanie A. Lindquist & Wendy L. Martinek

Panel Effects, Whistleblowing Theory, and the Role of Legal Doctrine

Derek J. Linkous & Emerson H. Tiller

Corporate Governance Ratings: One Score, Two Scores, or More?

Vikramaditya Khanna
Responding to Lucian A. Bebchuk & Assaf Hamdani
The Elusive Quest for Global Governance Standards

American Corporate Governance Indices as Seen from a European Perspective

Klaus J. Hopt
Responding to Lucian A. Bebchuk & Assaf Hamdani
The Elusive Quest for Global Governance Standards

The PTO's Future: Reform or Abolition?

Jonathan S. Masur
Responding to

On Addressing Patent Quality

Lee Petherbridge
Responding to