As states adjust their lockdown policies, they should account for the outsized risk faced by nursing homes.
Law and economics’ seemingly simple, but profound, insight is that legal sanctions create incentives to promote or deter certain behavior.
Opponents of naming George Mason University’s law school after Antonin Scalia are intolerant of any opinions that differ from their own.
The Treasury Department expects taxpayers to ultimately lose more than $20 billion on the Detroit auto bailout. President Obama defends those losses as necessary to prevent the domestic auto industry ...