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The Allocation Problem in Multiple-Claimant Representatives
(Supreme Court Economic Review, 2006)
Multiple-claimant representations--class actions and other group lawsuits-pose two principal-agent problems: Shirking (failure to maximize the aggregate recovery) and misallocation (distribution of the aggregate recovery ...
Getting the Math Right: Why California Has Too Many Seats in the House of Representatives
(Vanderbilt Law Review, 2006)
Over the last 40 years of one person, one vote jurisprudence, the Supreme Court has distilled a stable and predictable test for resolving the basic numerical issue in equal representation: how much population difference ...