Lior Jacob Strahilevitz

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You probably think of nineteenth century Great Britain as a place without any substantial social safety net aside from the Church. In fact, England had a well-developed welfare system in the nineteenth century, with local government functionaries dispensing cash. Early in the nineteenth century, low-level British functionaries knew almost all the people who(More)
This Article explores why the law treats negative externalities (harms) and positive externalities (benefits) differently. Ideally, from an economic perspective, both negative and positive externalities should be internalized by those who produce them, for with full internalization, injurers and benefactors alike would behave efficiently. In actuality,(More)
incantations of “privacy” are not nuanced enough to capture the problems involved. The 9/11 Commission Report, for example, recommends that, as government agencies engage in greater information sharing with each other and with businesses, they should “safeguard the privacy of individuals about whom information is shared.” But what does safeguarding(More)
INTRODUCTION ................................................................................... 2157 I. HETEROGENEOUS ABSOLUTE PREFERENCES AND RELATIVE PREFERENCES ................................................................................ 2159 II. APPELLATE CASE LAW CONSIDERING DUAL INHERITANCE FROM ADOPTION WITHIN THE BLOODSTREAM(More)
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