Friday, February 11, 2005
The Supreme Court Economic Review, an "interdisciplinary journal that seeks to provide a forum for scholarship in law and economics, public choice and constitutional political economy" is looking for papers. If you’re the sort of person who actually knows what "constitutional political economy" is, this may be something you’re interested in. Click the link for the call for papers.
CALL FOR PAPERS
SUPREME COURT ECONOMIC REVIEW
The 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 will employ explicit or implicit economic reasoning for the analysis of legal issues, with special attention to Supreme Court decisions, judicial process, and institutional design. The use of theoretical and empirical economic models is permitted, but papers are expected to be accessible to a general audience of judges, academic lawyers, and economists.
Peer review is an important feature of this publication. Accordingly, submissions should be accompanied by a cover letter indicating that the submission is being made on an exclusive basis. Electronic submission of manuscripts can be directed to the Editors, Supreme Court Economic Review.
Other correspondence can be directed to:
Editor, Supreme Court Economic Review
George Mason University School of Law
3301 North Fairfax Drive
Arlington, Virginia 22201-4498
For more information, see Supreme Court Economic Review at the University of Chicago Press's website.