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Supply and Demand
(Vanderbilt Law Review, 2012)
Like many fields, energy law has had its ups and downs. A period of remarkable activity in the 1970s and early 1980s focused on the efficiencies arising from deregulation of energy markets, but the field attracted much ...
Apples for Oranges
(Environmental Law Reporter, 2001)
Over the last decade, there has been a sea change in environmental law and policy, marked by growing interest in market-based instruments of environmental protection. In particular, approaches that explicitly commodify ...
Legal and Institutional Foundations of Adaptive Environmental Governance
(Ecology and Society, 2017)
Legal and institutional structures fundamentally shape opportunities for adaptive governance of environmental resources at multiple ecological and societal scales. Properties of adaptive governance are widely studied. ...
The Permit Power Revisited
(Duke Law Journal, 2014)
Two decades ago, Professor Richard Epstein fired a shot at the administrative state that has gone largely unanswered in legal scholarship. His target was the “permit power,” under which legislatures prohibit a specified ...
In Appreciation of the Tarlock Effect
(Chicago-Kent Law Review, 2018)
So, what is one to do about The Tarlock Effect? It didn't take long for me to realize early in my academic career-well before my foray into climate change adaptation policy-that there's just no escaping it. So I learned ...