The Psychology of Corporate Rights

@inproceedings{Mentovich2014ThePO,
  title={The Psychology of Corporate Rights},
  author={Avital Mentovich and Aziz Huq and M. Cerf},
  year={2014}
}
Relying on the corporate personhood doctrine, the U.S. Supreme Court has increasingly expanded the scope of rights granted to corporations and other forms of collective entities. While this trend has received widespread attention in legal scholarship and the media, there is no empirical research examining how people think about the rights of corporations. We investigated this issue in a series of three studies, each exploring a different constitutional right (religious liberty, privacy, and… Expand
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