Supreme Court Economic Review is an interdisciplinary journal that seeks to provide a forum for scholarship in law and economics, public choice, and constitutional political economy. Its approach is broad ranging and contributions employ explicit or implicit economic reasoning for the analysis of legal issues, with special attention to Supreme Court decisions, judicial process, and institutional design.First, BarGill provides no evidence that consumers were previously unaware of their credit card APRs in the 1990s or that ... overthelimit fees, balance transfer, and cashadvance fees) amounting to approximately six percent of all revenues.
|Title||:||Supreme Court Economic Review|
|Author||:||Michael S. Greve, Thomas W. Hazlett, Todd J. Zywicki|
|Publisher||:||University of Chicago Press - 2015-06-21|