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Saturday, December 31, 2005

Weekly Top Ten -- New Year's Edition

Quite a few changes this week as a number of articles drop off as no longer being "recent", giving us a fresh start for the New Year.

1. (300) Economic Analysis of Law, A. Mitchell Polinsky and Steven Shavell (Stanford Law School and Harvard Law School)

2. (277) The Measure of a Justice: Justice Scalia and the Faltering of the Property Rights Movement within the U.S. Supreme Court, Richard Lazarus (Georgetown University Law Center)

3. (258) How Overregulation Creates Sprawl (Even in a City without Zoning), Michael Lewyn (George Washington University Law School)

4. (148)  Information Asymmetries and the Rights to Exclude, Lior Strahilevitz (University of Chicago Law School)

5. (101) Property and the Public Domain, Hanoch Dagan (Tel Aviv University - Buchmann Faculty of Law)

6. (86) The Fall and Rise of Functional Property, Francesco Parisi (George Mason School of Law)

7. (77) Human Nature, the Laws of Nature, and the Nature of Environmental Law, Richard James Lazarus (Georgetown University Law Center)

8. (68) The Ownership Society & Regulatory Takings: Castles, Investments, & Just Obligations, Joseph William Singer (Harvard Law School)

9. (56) Gone Too Far: Measure 37 and the Perils of Over-Regulating Land Use, Sara C. Galvan (Yale University)

10. (55) Perpetuities or Taxes? Explaining the Rise of the Perpetual Trust, Max M. Schanzenbach and Robert H. Sitkoff (Northwestern University - School of Law and New York University School of Law)

Ben Barros

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