The Supreme Court Economic Review is a faculty-edited, peer-reviewed, interdisciplinary law and economics series with a particular
focus on economic and social science analysis of judicial decision making, institutional analysis of law and legal structures,
political economy and public choice issues regarding courts and other decision-makers, and the relationship between legal
and political institutions and the institutions of a free society governed by constitutions and the rule of law. Contributors
include renowned legal scholars, economists, and policy-makers, and consistently ranks among the most influential journals
of law and economics.