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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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2013
Heise, Michael . Empirical analysis of civil litigation: Torts trials in state courts. Research Handbook on the Economics of Torts. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar.
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2009
Heise, Michael . Federal criminal appeals: A brief empirical perspective. Marquette Law Review. 93, (2), 825-844.
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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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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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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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2003
Heise, Michael . Mercy by the numbers: An empirical analysis of clemency and its structure. Virginia Law Review. 89, (2), 239-310.
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2009
Eisenberg, Theodore,  Heise, Michael . Plaintiphobia in state courts? An empirical study of state court trials on appeal. Journal of Legal Studies. 38, (1), 121-155.
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2001
Bowman, Frank O., III,  Heise, Michael . Quiet rebellion? Explaining nearly a decade of declining federal drug sentences. Iowa Law Review. 86, (4), 1043-1136.
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2002
Bowman, Frank O., III,  Heise, Michael . Quiet rebellion II: An empirical analysis of declining Federal drug sentences including data from the District level. Iowa Law Review. 87, 477-561.
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2012
Heise, Michael,  Sisk, Gregory C. Religion, schools, and judicial decision making: An empirical perspective. University of Chicago Law Review. 79, (1), 185-212.
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2004
Sisk, Gregory C.,  Heise, Michael,  Morriss, Andrew P. Searching for the soul of judicial decisionmaking: An empirical study of religious freedom decisions. Ohio State Law Journal. 67, (3), 491 -614.
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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
Heise, Michael . Why ADR programs aren't more appealing: An empirical perspective. Journal of Empirical Legal Studies. 7, (1), 64-96.
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