ABRAMOWICZ, MICHAEL B.



BOOKS


Predictocracy: Market Mechanisms for Public and Private Decision Making New Haven : Yale University Press, 2007. 


 



LAW REVIEW ARTICLES & CHAPTERS IN BOOKS


"Litigation Finance and the Problem of Frivolous Litigation," 63 DePaul Law Review 195-232 (2014).


(With Alper, Omer.) "Screening Legal Claims Based on Third-Party Litigation Finance Agreements and Other Signals of Quality," 66 Vanderbilt Law Review 1641-1676 (2013).


(With, Ayres, Ian.)` "Commitment Bonds," 100 Georgetown Law Journal 605-656 (2012).


"A New Uneasy Case for Copyright," 79 The George Washington University Law Review 1644-1691 (2011).


"Orphan Business Models: Toward a New Form of Intellectual Property," 124 Harvard Law Review 1362-1421 (2011).


(With Ayres, Ian and Yair Listokin, et al.) "Randomizing Law," 159 University of Pennsylvania Law Review 929-1005 (2011).


(With Duffy, John F.) "The Inducement Standard of Patentability," 120 Yale Law Journal 1590-1680 (2011).


(With Tiller, Emerson H.) "Citation to Legislative History: Empirical Evidence on Positive Political and Contextual Theories of Judicial Decision Making," 38 Journal of Legal Studies 419-443 (2009).


(With Duffy, John F.) "Ending the Patenting Monopoly," 157 University of Pennsylvania Law Review 1541-1611 (2009).


(With Colby, Thomas B.) "Notice-and-Comment Judicial Decisionmaking," 76 University of Chicago Law Review 965-1036 (2009).


(With John Duffy.) "Intellectual Property for Market Experimentation," 83 New York University Law Review 337-410 (2008).


(With Henderson, M. Todd.) "Prediction Markets for Corporate Governance." 82 Notre Dame Law Review 1343-1414 (2007).


"The Danger of Underdeveloped Patent Prospects." 92 Cornell Law Review 1065-1121 (2007).


"The Hidden Beauty of the Quadratic market Scoring Rule: A Uniform Liquidity Market Maker, with Variations." 1 Journal of Prediction Markets 111 (2007).


"The Uneasy Case for Patent Races over Auctions," 60 Stanford Law Review 803-862 (2007).


"Deliberative Information markets for Small Groups," Information Markets: A New Way of Making Decisions, p. 101-125.. Ed. by Robert William Hahn and Paul C. Tetlock. Washington, D.C. : AEI-Brookings Joint Center for Regulatory Studies, 2006.


"Predictive Decisionmaking." 92 Virginia Law Review 69-122 (2006).


"A Theory of Copyright's Derivative Right and Related Doctrines." 90 Minnesota Law Review 317-388 (2005).


"Defining Dicta." 57 Stanford Law Review 953-1094 (2005).


"On the Alienability of Legal Claims." 114 Yale Law Journal 697-779 (2005).


"A Unified Economic Theory of Noninfringement Opinions." 14 Federal Circuit Bar Journal 241-290 (2004).


"An Industrial Organization Approach to Copyright Law." 46 William and Mary Law Review 33-125 (2004).


"How Lawyers Compete." Regulation 38-39 (Summer 2004).


"Information Markets, Administrative Decisionmaking, and Predictive Cost-Benefit Analysis." 71 University of Chicago Law Review 933-1020 (2004).


"On the Selection of Judges in International Figure Skating." 6 Green Bag 2d 339 (2003).


"Perfecting Patent Prizes." 56 Vanderbilt Law Review 114-236 (2003).


"Speeding up the Crawl to the Top." 20 Yale Journal on Regulation 139-205 (2003).


"A Compromise Approach to Compromise Verdicts." 89 California Law Review 231 (2001).


(With Stearns, Maxwell). "Beyond Counting Votes: The Political Economy of Bush v. Gore." 54 Vanderbilt Law Review 1849-1952 (2001).


"Constitutional Circularity." 49 UCLA Law Review 1-91 (2001).


"The Human Genome Project in Retrospect" in Perspectives on Properties of the Human Genome Project 231, edited by F. Scott Kieff. Amsterdam ; Boston : Elsevier/Academic Press, 2001.


"En Banc Revisited." 100 Columbia Law Review 1600-1641 (2000).


"The Law-and-Markets Movement." 49 American University Law Review 327-431 (2000).


"Beyond Balanced Budgets, Fourteenth-Amendment Style." 33 Tulsa Law Journal 561-612 (1998).


"Market-Based Administrative Enforcement." 15 Yale Journal on Regulation 197-268 (1998).


(With Chattoraj, Partha). "Development in Policy: Gambling in the Wake of Seminole." 14 Yale Law and Policy Review 353-386 (1996).



BOOK REVIEWS


"Toward a Jurisprudence of Cost-Benefit Analysis." Review of The Cost-Benefit State: The Future of Regulatory Protection, by Cass R. Sunstein. 100 Michigan Law Review 1708 (2002).


"The Federal Impeachment Process: A Constitutional and Historical Analysis." Review of The Federal Impeachment Process, by Michael J. Gerhardt. 106 Yale Law Journal 2293-2298 (1996).