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Articles from Cornell Law Review (January 1, 2002)

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Title Author Type Words
A public choice progressivism, continued. Spence, David B. 24699
Behavioral decision theory in the court of public law. Issacharoff, Samuel 4588
Cognitive loafing, social conformity, and judicial review of agency rulemaking. Seidenfeld, Mark 29901
Cognitive psychology and optimal government design. Rachlinski, Jeffrey J.; Farina, Cynthia R. 31734
Cynicism and political theory. Moe, Terry M. 5648
Cynicism and trust in politics and constitutional theory. Macey, Jonathan R. 12216
Cynicism, phenomenology, and the problem of paradox: dilemmas of public law discourse. Barksdale, Yvette M. 5613
Deconstructing debate, reconstructing law. Mashaw, Jerry L. 3104
Disciplining delegation after Whitman v. American Trucking Ass'ns. Bressman, Lisa Schultz 15609
Educating citizens. Strauss, Peter L. 3070
Playing with fire. Alexander, Gregory S. 1130
Public choice, phenomenology, and the meaning of the modern state: keep the bathwater but throw out that baby. Rubin, Edward L. 25201
Structuring lawmaking to reduce cognitive bias: a critical view. Eskridge, William N., Jr.; Ferejohn, John A. 14286
The humbugs of the anti-regulatory movement. Heinzerling, Lisa; Ackerman, Frank 9971

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