Scholarship: Peter Siegelman

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Scholarship
  • Peter Siegelman (with Daniel Schwarcz)
    Insurance Law & Economics
    Oxford Handbook of Law & Economics
    (forth., 2016)
  • Peter Siegelman
    An Economist Listens to
    Serial, 48 Conn. L. Rev. _
    (July 2016)
  • Peter Siegelman (co-editor, with Steven Wilf)
    A Law Faculty Listens to
    Serial, 48 Conn. L. Rev. _
    (July 2016)
  • Peter Siegelman
    The Compromised Worker & The Limits of Employment Discrimination Law
    Buffalo L. Rev.
    (2016)
  • Peter Siegelman (with Daniel Schwarcz)
    Elgar Research Handbook on the Economics of Insurance Law
    (2015)
  • Peter Siegelman (with Daniel Schwarcz)
    Insurance Agents in the 21st Century: the Problem of Biased Advice
    Elgar Research Handbook on the Economics of Insurance Law
    (2015)
  • Peter Siegelman
    Information & Equilibrium in Insurance Markets with Big Data
    21 Conn. Ins. L.J.318
    (2015)
  • Peter Siegelman (with Tom Baker)
    Behavior Economics and Insurance Law: The Importance of Equilibrium Analysis
    Oxford Handbook of Behavioral Economics and the Law
    (2014)
  • Peter Siegelman (with Leslie Levin & Christine Zozula)
    The Questionable Character of the Bar's Character and Fitness Inquiry
    40 L. & Soc. Inq. 51
    (2014)
  • Peter Siegelman (with Tom Baker)
    Behavior Economics and Insurance Law: The Importance of Equilibrium Analysis
    Oxford Handbook of Behavioral Economics and the Law
    (2014)
  • Peter Siegelman (with Tom Baker)
    You Want Insurance With That? Using Behavior Economics to Protect Consumers from Add-On Insurance Products
    20 Conn. Ins. L.J.1
    (2013)
  • Peter Siegelman (with Tom Baker)
    The Law & Economics of Liability Insurance
    Research Handbook on the Economics of Torts (Jennifer Arlene ed.)
    (2015)
    Reprinted in: Research Handbook on the Law & Economics of Insurance
    (2013)
  • Sachin S. Pandya and Peter Siegelman
    Underclaiming and Overclaiming
    38 L. & Soc. Inquiry 836 (2013)
  • Leslie Levin, Christine Zozula & Peter Siegelman (with Christine Zozula)
    A Study of the Relationship Between Bar Admissions Data and Subsequent Lawyer Discipline
    ___ L. & Soc. Inq. ___
    (2014)
  • Peter Siegelman (with Gideon Parchomovsky)
    Cities, Property and Positive Externalities
    54 Wm. & Mary L. Rev. 211
    (2012)
  • Peter Siegelman (with Tsvetanka Karagyozova)
    Can Propitious Selection Prevent Unraveling in Insurance Markets?
    35 J. Ins. Issues 121
    (2012)
  • Peter Siegelman
    You DO Have to Keep Your Promises
    52 Wm. & Mary L. Rev. 1181
    (2011)
  • Peter Siegelman (with Alma Cohen)
    Testing for Adverse Selection in Insurance Markets
    77 J. Risk & Ins. 39
    (2010)
    Awarded 2010 Amer. Risk & Ins. Association Witt Prize for best article in the J.
  • Peter Siegelman (with Tom Baker)
    Tontines for the Invincibles: Enticing Low Risks Into the Health-Insurance Pool With an Idea from Insurance History and Behavioral Economics
    2010 Wis. L. Rev. 79
    (2010)
  • Peter Siegelman with Steve Thel
    Willfulness v. Expectation: A Defense of Willful Breach Doctrine, in
    Fault in American Contract Law
    (2010)
  • Peter Siegelman, Gideon Parchomovsky
    Bribes vs. Bombs: A Study in Coasean Warfare
    29:3 Int'l Rev. L. & Econ. 179
    (September 2009)
  • Anne C. Dailey, Peter Siegelman
    Book Review: Predictions & Nudges: What Behavioral Economics Has to Offer the Humanities, and Vice Versa
    21 Yale J.L. & Human. 341
    (2009)
    (Review of Dan Ariely, Predictably Irrational (HarperCollins, 2008) and Cass Sunstein and Richard Thaler, Nudge: Improving Decisions about Health, Wealth and Happiness (Yale University Press, 2008))
  • Steve Thel, Peter Siegelman
    Willfulness Versus Expectation: A Promisor-Based Defense of Willful Breach Doctrine
    107 Mich. L. Rev. 1517
    ( 2009 )
  • Peter Siegelman
    Contributory Disparate Impacts in Employment Discrimination Law
    49 Wm. & Mary L. Rev. 515
    (2007)
  • Peter Siegelman, Gideon Parchomovsky, Steve Thel
    Of Equal Wrongs and Half Rights
    82 N. Y. U. L. Rev. 738
    (2007)
  • Peter Siegelman, John Donohue
    The Evolution of Employment Discrimination Law in the 1990s: An Empirical Examination, in
    Handbook of Employment Discrimination Research: Rights and Realities
    (2005)
  • Peter Siegelman, Gideon Parchomovsky
    Selling Mayberry: Communities and Individuals in Law and Economics
    92 Cal. L. Rev. 75
    (2004)
  • Peter Siegelman
    Adverse Selection in Insurance Markets: An Exaggerated Threat
    113 Yale L.J. 1223
    (2004)
  • Peter Siegelman
    James Heckman as a Law and Society Scholar: An Outsider's Appreciation
    27 Law & Soc. Inquiry 11
    (2002)
  • Peter Siegelman, Gideon Parchomovsky
    Towards an Integrated Theory of Intellectual Property
    88 Va. L. Rev. 102
    (2002)
  • Peter Siegelman
    A New Old Look at Terrorism Insurance: Jack Hirschleifer's War Damage Insurance After Fifty Years
    9 Conn. Ins. L.J. 19
    (2002)
    (Essay on Jack Hirshleifer, War Damages Insurance, 35 Review of Economics and Statistics 144 (1953))
  • Peter Siegelman, Joel Waldfogel
    Race and Radio: Preference Externalities, Minority Ownership, and the Underprovision of Programming to Black and Hispanic Listeners
    Ch. 4 in Michael R. Baye and Jon P. Nelson (eds.), Advertising and Differentiated Products
    (2001)
  • Peter Siegelman
    Racial Discrimination in 'Everyday' Commercial Transactions: What Do We Know, What Do We Need to Know, and How Can We Find Out?,
    in Michael Fix & Margery Turner (eds.), A National Report Card on Discrimination in America: The Role of Testing
    (1999)
  • Peter Siegelman, Joel Waldfogel
    Toward a Taxonomy of Disputes: New Evidence Through the Prism of the Priest-Klein Model,
    28 J. Legal Stud. 101
    (1999)
  • Peter Siegelman, John J. Donohue
    Allocating Resources Among Prisons and Social Programs in the Battle Against Crime,
    28 J. Legal Stud. 1
    (1998)
  • Peter Siegelman, Ian Ayres
    The Q-Word as Red Herring: Why Disparate Impact Liability does Not Induce Hiring Quotas
    74 Tex. L. Rev. 1487
    (1996)
  • Peter Siegelman
    The Problems of Lustration: Prosecution of Wrongdoers by Democratic Successor Regimes
    20 L. & Soc. Inq. (Symposium Organizer/Editor)
    (1995)
  • Peter Siegelman, John J. Donohue
    The Selection of Employment Discrimination Disputes for Litigation: Using Business Cycle Effects to Test the Priest-Klein Hypothesis,
    24 J. Legal Stud. 427
    (1995)
  • Peter Siegelman, Ian Ayres
    Race and Gender Discrimination in Bargaining for a New Car
    85 Am. Ec. Rev. 304
    (1995)
  • Peter Siegelman
    Book Review, 33 J. Econ. Lit. 244
    [Reviewing Farrell Bloch, Antidiscrimination Law and Minority Employment]
    (1994)
  • Peter Siegelman
    Shaky Grounds: The Case Against the Case Against Antidiscrimination Laws [review essay on Richard Epstein, Forbidden Grounds]
    19 L. & Soc. Inq. 725
    (1994)
  • Peter Siegelman, James Heckman
    The Urban Institute Audit Studies: Their Methods and Findings, in Michae Fix & Ramond Struyk (eds.),
    Clear and Convincing Evidence: Measurement of Discrimination in America 187
    (1993)
  • Peter Siegelman, John J. Donohue
    Law and Macroeconomics: Employment Discrimination Litigation Over the business Cycle
    66 S. Cal. L. Rev. 709
    (1993)
  • Peter Siegelman, John J. Donohue
    The Changing Nature of Employment Discrimination Litigation
    43 Stan. L. Rev. 983
    (1991)
  • Peter Siegelman, John J. Donohue
    Studying the Iceberg From Its Tip? An analysis of Differences Between Published and Unpublished Federal Employment Discrimination Cases
    24 L. & Soc. rev. 1133
    (1991)
  • Peter Siegelman
    Book Review [reviewing Charles Smith, Auctions: The Social Construction of Value]
    95 Am. J. Socio. 1109
    (1990)
  • Peter Siegelman, Ian Ayres
    The Economics of the Insurance Anti-Trust Suits: Toward an Exclusionary Theory
    Tul. L. Rev. 971 (1989).
    Reprinted in 4 Nat'l Ins. L. Rev. 1 (1990) and in 4 Ins. L. Anth. 501 (1989-90)
  • Peter Siegelman, W. L. F. Felstiner
    Neoclassical Difficulties: Tort as Deterrence for Latent Injuries
    11 L. & Policy 309 (1989)
    Reprinted in James Short and Lee Clarke (eds.), Organizations, Uncertainties and Risks (1992)