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TitleAuthorFormatPublication DatePriceSelect Item
Cover: Statutory Default Rules: How to Interpret Unclear LegislationStatutory Default Rules: How to Interpret Unclear LegislationElhauge, EinerHARDCOVER02/28/2008$81.00
Cover: Simple Rules for a Complex WorldSimple Rules for a Complex WorldEpstein, Richard A.PAPERBACK03/25/1997$44.00
Cover: Government by Contract: Outsourcing and American DemocracyGovernment by Contract: Outsourcing and American DemocracyFreeman, Jody
Minow, Martha
HARDCOVER02/28/2009$70.50
Cover: Governing Nonprofit Organizations: Federal and State Law and RegulationGoverning Nonprofit Organizations: Federal and State Law and RegulationFremont-Smith, Marion R.PAPERBACK12/15/2008$60.50
Cover: Purchasing Submission: Conditions, Power, and FreedomPurchasing Submission: Conditions, Power, and FreedomHamburger, PhilipHARDCOVER09/07/2021$35.00
Cover: Holding Bishops Accountable: How Lawsuits Helped the Catholic Church Confront Clergy Sexual AbuseHolding Bishops Accountable: How Lawsuits Helped the Catholic Church Confront Clergy Sexual AbuseLytton, Timothy D.HARDCOVER05/30/2008$51.50
Cover: Kosher: Private Regulation in the Age of Industrial FoodKosher: Private Regulation in the Age of Industrial FoodLytton, Timothy D.HARDCOVER04/01/2013$49.50
Cover: The <i>Chevron</i> Doctrine: Its Rise and Fall, and the Future of the Administrative StateThe Chevron Doctrine: Its Rise and Fall, and the Future of the Administrative StateMerrill, Thomas W.HARDCOVER05/17/2022$35.00Not yet available
Cover: Constitutional Coup: Privatization’s Threat to the American RepublicConstitutional Coup: Privatization’s Threat to the American RepublicMichaels, Jon D.HARDCOVER10/23/2017$40.00
Cover: New Democracy: The Creation of the Modern American StateNew Democracy: The Creation of the Modern American StateNovak, William J.HARDCOVER03/22/2022$45.00Not yet available
Cover: Smart Citizens, Smarter State: The Technologies of Expertise and the Future of GoverningSmart Citizens, Smarter State: The Technologies of Expertise and the Future of GoverningNoveck, Beth SimoneHARDCOVER11/02/2015$40.00
Cover: Arresting Contagion: Science, Policy, and Conflicts over Animal Disease ControlArresting Contagion: Science, Policy, and Conflicts over Animal Disease ControlOlmstead, Alan L.
Rhode, Paul W.
HARDCOVER02/09/2015$57.50
Cover: Law and Leviathan: Redeeming the Administrative StateLaw and Leviathan: Redeeming the Administrative StateSunstein, Cass R.
Vermeule, Adrian
HARDCOVER09/15/2020$25.95
Cover: Law’s Abnegation: From Law’s Empire to the Administrative StateLaw’s Abnegation: From Law’s Empire to the Administrative StateVermeule, AdrianHARDCOVER11/14/2016$43.50
Cover: Equal Justice: Fair Legal Systems in an Unfair WorldEqual Justice: Fair Legal Systems in an Unfair WorldWilmot-Smith, FrederickHARDCOVER10/08/2019$41.00
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