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2014
Kritzerm Herbert M.,  Liu, Guangya,  Vidmar, Neil . An exploration of 'noneconomic' damages in civil jury awards. William and Mary Law Review. 55, (3), 971-1027.
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2013
Eisenberg, Theodore . The empirical effects of tort reform. Research Handbook on the Economics of Torts. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing.
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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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2013
McMichael, Benjamin J. Constitutional limitations on punitive damages: Ambiguous effects and inconsistent justifications. Vanderbilt Law Review. 66, (3), 961-1013.
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2012
Cohen, Thomas H. Civil trial delay in state courts: The effect of case and litigant level characteristics. Judicature. 95, (4), 158-170.
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2012
Lim, Claire S. H. . Media influence on courts: Evidence from civil case adjudication. .
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2012
Best, Eli K.,  Donohue, John J., III . Jury Nullification in Modified Comparative Negligence Regimes. Stanford Public Law Working Paper No. 1874466. Stanford, CA: .
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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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2012
Best, Eli K.,  Donohue, John J., III . Jury nullification in modified comparative negligence regimes. University of Chicago Law Review. 79, (3), 945-984.
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2011
Cohen, Thomas H.,  Farole, Donald J. Appeals of Civil Trials Concluded in 2005. Special Report. NCJ 235187, Washington, DC: United States Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Statistics.
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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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2011
Cohen, Thomas H.,  Harbacek, Kyle . Punitive Damage Awards in State Courts, 2005. Special Report. NCJ 233094, Washington, DC: United States Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Statistics.
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2011
Sullivan, Sean P. An Experimental Study of Settlement Delay in Pretrial Bargaining with Asymmetric Information. Dissertation, University of Virginia.
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2011
Hans, Valerie P.,  Reyna, Valerie F. To dollars from sense: Qualitative to quantitative translation in jury damage awards. Journal of Empirical Legal Studies. 8, (s1), 120-147.
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2011
Kohler-Hausmann, Issa . Community characteristics and tort law: The importance of county demographic composition and inequality to tort trial outcomes. Journal of Empirical Legal Studies. 8, (2), 413-447.
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2011
Lee, Cynthia,  Waters, Nicole L. A verdict on the reporters: The representativeness and accuracy of commercially published jury verdict reports. Conference on Empirical Legal Studies. Chicago, IL.
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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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2010
Hersch, Joni,  Viscusi, W. Kip . Saving lives through punitive damages. Southern California Law Review. 83, (2), 229-262.
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2010
Hans, Valerie P.,  Eisenberg, Theodore . The predictability of juries. Cornell Legal Studies Research Paper. .
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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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2010
Vidmar, Neil,  Holman, Mirya . The frequency, predictability, and proportionality of jury awards of punitive damages in state courts in 2005: A new audit. Suffolk University Law Review. 43, (4), 855-896.
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2010
Stone, Michael P. Three Essays on the Economics of Tort Law. Dissertation, University of Connecticut.
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