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Agencies Running from Agency Discretion
(William & Mary Law Review, 2016)
Discretion is the root source of administrative agency power and influence, but exercising discretion often requires agencies to undergo costly and time-consuming pre-decision assessment programs, such as under the Endangered ...
Parsing the Behavioral and Brain Mechanisms of Third-Party Punishment
(The Journal of Neuroscience, 2016)
The evolved capacity for third-party punishment is considered crucial to the emergence and maintenance of elaborate human social organization and is central to the modern provision of fairness and justice within society. ...
The Commensurability Myth in Antitrust
(Vanderbilt Law Review, 2016-01)
Modern antitrust law pursues a seemingly unitary goal: competition. In fact, competition—whether defined as a process or as a set of outcomes associated with competitive markets—is multifaceted. What are offered in antitrust ...
FERC v. EPSA and Adjacent State Regulation of Customer Energy Resources
(Harvard Environmental Law Review, 2016)
This Essay explores the implications of the U.S. Supreme Court's decision in FERC .v. EPSA for state regulation of customer energy resource initiatives, such as net metering policies for rooftop solar and energy storage ...