Henry G. Manne Program in Law & Economics 2014

Eleventh Annual Symposium of the Journal of Law, Economics, and Policy: A Symposium on Consumer Credit and the American Economy

The following papers were published in 11 Journal of Law, Economics, & Policy (No. 3, Fall 2015):

Beales, J. Howard, “Behavioral Economics and Credit Regulation”

Cole, G. Marcus, “Rational Consumer Ignorance: When and Why Consumers Should Agree to Form Contracts Without Even Reading Them”

Hawkins, Jim, “Are Bigger Companies Better for Low-Income Borrowers?: Evidence from Payday and Title Loan Advertisements”

Hynes, Richard, “The Social Costs of Credit Reporting Errors”

Miller, Thomas, “Differences in Consumer Credit Choices by Banked and Unbanked Mississippians”

Yezer, Anthony, “Symposium Comments on Consumer Credit and the American Economy

LEC Public Policy Conference on Administration Unbound? Delegation, Deference, and Discretion

The proceedings of this conference have been published as George Mason Law Review, vol. 22, no. 3 (2015).

Stack, Kevin M., “The Interpretive Dimension of Seminole Rock

Knudsen, Sanne H., and Wildermuth, Amy, “Lessons from the Lost History of Seminole Rock”

Gray, Boyden, “The Nondelegation Canon’s Neglected History and Underestimated Legacy

David E. Bernstein, “What to do About Federal Agency Science: Some Doubts About Regulatory Daubert

Cecot, Caroline, and Viscusi, Kip, “Judicial Review of Agency Benefit-Cost Analysis

17th Annual Law Review Symposium on Antitrust Law “The FTC: 100 Years of Antitrust and Competition Policy”

The proceedings of the conference have been published as George Mason Law Review, vol. 21, no. 5 (2014)

Ohlhausen, Maureen K., “100 is the New 30: Recommendations for the FTC’s Next 100 Years

Blumenthal, William, and Dnes, Stephen, “The Accidental Conception of Multijurisdictional Merger Review”

Calvani, Terry, and Diveley, Angela, “The FTC at 100: A Modest Proposal for Change

Hurwitz, Justin, “Administrative Antitrust

Jurata, John “Jay”, and Patel, Amisha R., “Taming the Trolls: Why Antitrust is Not a Viable Solution for Stopping Patent Assertion Entities”

Rybnicek, Jan M., and Wright, Joshua D., “Defining Section 5 of the FTC Act: The Failure of the Common Law Method and the Case for Formal Agency Guidelines