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2012
Lim, Claire S. H. . Media influence on courts: Evidence from civil case adjudication. .
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2012
Wentland, Scott . Political beliefs and tort awards: Evidence of rationally political jurors from two data sets. Review of Law and Economics. 8, (3), 619-656.
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2011
Eisenberg, Theodore,  Heise, Michael . Judge-jury difference in punitive damages awards: Who listens to the Supreme Court?. Journal of Empirical Legal Studies. 8, (2), 325-357.
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2010
Eisenberg, Theodore,  Heise, Michael,  Waters, Nicole,  Wells, Martin T. The decision to award punitive damages: An empirical study. Journal of Legal Analysis. 2, (2), 577-620.
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2010
Eisenberg, Theodore . The need for a national civil justice survey of incidence and claiming behavior. Fordham Urban Law Journal. 37, (1), 17-36.
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2010
Eisenberg, Theodore,  Heise, Michael,  Wells, Martin T. Variability in punitive damages: Empirically assessing Exxon Shipping Co. v. Baker. Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics. 166, (1), 5-26.
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2010
Hersch, Joni,  Viscusi, W. Kip . Punitive damages by numbers: Exxon Shipping Co. v. Baker. Supreme Court Economic Review. 18, (1), 259-280.
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2009
Moog, Robert . Piercing the veil of statewide data: The case of vanishing trials in North Carolina. Journal of Empirical Legal Studies. 6, (1), 147-176.
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2009
Wentland, Scott A. An Economic Analysis of Political Beliefs in Tort and Criminal Law. Dissertation, George Mason University.
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2008
Cohen, Thomas H. General civil jury trial litigation in state and federal courts: A statistical portrait. Journal of Empirical Legal Studies. 5, (3), 593-617.
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2006
Eisenberg, Theodore,  Hannaford-Agor, Paula L.,  Heise, Michael,  LaFountain, Neil,  Munsterman, G. Thomas,  Ostrom, Brian,  Wells, Martin T. Juries, judges, and punitive damages: Empirical analyses using the Civil Justice Survey of State Courts 1992, 1996, and 2001 data. Journal of Empirical Legal Studies. 3, (2), 263-295.
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2006
Eisenberg, Theodore . Use it or pretenders will abuse it: The importance of archival legal information. UMKC Law Review. 75, (1), 1-24.
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2006
Schlanger, Margo . What we know and what we should know about American trial trends. Journal of Dispute Resolution. 35
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2005
Sharkey, Catherine M. Unintended consequences of medical malpractice damages caps. New York University Law Review. 80, 391-512.
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2005
Helland, Eric,  Klick, Jonathan,  Tabarrok, Alexander . Data watch: Tort-uring the data. Journal of Economic Perspectives. 19, (2), 207-220.
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2004
Cohen, Thomas H. Medical Malpractice Trials and Verdicts in Large Counties, 2001. Civil Justice Survey of State Courts, 2001. NCJ 203098, Washington, DC: United States Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs.
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2003
Helland, Eric,  Tabarrok, Alexander . Contingency fees, settlement delay, and low-quality litigation: Empirical evidence from two datasets. Journal of Law, Economics, and Organization. 19, (2), 517-542.
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2003
Eisenberg, Theodore,  Hill, Elizabeth . Arbitration and litigation of employment claims: An empirical comparison. Dispute Resolution Journal. 58, (4), 44-55.
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2003
Eisenberg, Theodore,  Hill, Elizabeth . Employment Arbitration and Litigation: An Empirical Comparison. Public Law and Legal Theory Research Paper Series. 65, New York, NY: New York University School of Law.
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2003
Helland, Eric,  Tabarrok, Alexander . Race, poverty, and American tort awards: Evidence from three datasets. Journal of Legal Studies. 32, (1), 27-58.
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2001
Eisenberg, Theodore . Damage awards in perspective: Behind the headline-grabbing awards in Exxon Valdez and Engle. Wake Forest Law Review. 36, (4), 1129-1156.
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2000
Heise, Michael . Justice delayed? An empirical analysis of civil case disposition time. Case Western Reserve Law Review. 50, (4), 813-850.
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1998
Eisenberg, Theodore,  Wells, Martin T. Punitive awards after BMW, a new capping system, and the reported opinion bias. Wisconsin Law Review. 1998, (1), 387-426.
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