aMiller

Economic Analysis of Law

עברית

admiller@law.haifa.ac.il  

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Education

  • Ph.D., California Institute of Technology, 2009
  • M.S., California Institute of Technology, 2006
  • J.D., Northwestern University, 2001
  • B.A., University of California, Berkeley, 1998

Further Information 

         Attorney-Advisor, Transportation Security Administration, U.S. Department of Homeland Security, 2002–2004 

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Published Research

  1. Group Identification. Games and Economic Behavior, Vol. 63 (2008), 188–202. [Science Direct]
  2. A Measure of Bizarreness (with Christopher P. Chambers). Quarterly Journal of Political Science, Vol. 5 (2010), 27–44. [QJPS] [an article in Slate.com discussing our measure] [an article in Science discussing our measure]
  3. Rules for Aggregating Information (with Christopher P. Chambers). Social Choice and Welfare, Vol. 36 (2011), 75–82. [SpringerLink]
  4. The Reasonable Person (with Ronen Perry). New York University Law Review, Vol. 87 (2012), 323–392. [SSRN]
  5. The Tradeoff of the Commons (with R. Preston McAfee). Journal of Public Economics, Vol. 96 (2012), 349–353. [Science Direct]
  6. Good Faith Performance (with Ronen Perry). Iowa Law Review, Vol. 98 (2013), 689–745. [SSRN]
  7. Inefficiency Measurement (with Christopher P. Chambers). American Economic Journal: Microeconomics, Vol. 6 (2014), 79–92. [AEA]
  8. Measuring Legislative Boundaries (with Christopher P. Chambers). Mathematical Social Sciences, Vol. 66 (2013), 268–275. [Science Direct]
  9. A Group’s a Group, No Matter How Small: An Economic Analysis of Defamation (with Ronen Perry). Washington and Lee Law Review, Vol. 70 (2013), 2269–2336. [SSRN]
  10. Community Standards. Journal of Economic Theory, Vol. 148 (2013), 2696–2705. [Science Direct]
  11. Scholarly Influence (with Christopher P. Chambers). Journal of Economic Theory, Vol. 151 (2014), 571–583. [Science Direct]
  12. Licensee Patent Challenges (with Michal Gal). Yale Journal on Regulation, Vol. 32 (2015), 121–151.
     
  13. Patent Challenge Clauses: A New Antitrust Offense? (with Michal Gal). Iowa Law Review, forthcoming.

Working Papers

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