This research review discusses influential and diverse readings on the timely subject of immigration, including not only work published by leading economists but also important articles published by legal scholars with a focus on economic issues that are salient in debates over immigration policy. This insightful review explains the contribution that each reading makes to our understanding of immigration and also surveys the literature more broadly so as to put the selected readings in context.
In this research review, Christopher May – a leading authority in the field – identifies material that provides important insights on the global governance of intellectual property. His discussion ranges across a number of disciplines and political perspectives to establish that the political economic analysis of intellectual property is both multifaceted and contested and is a comprehensive guide to the main issues under discussion.
In this thought-provoking research review, Professor Epstein assesses the leading articles which explore the economic approach to the two major issues of constitutionalism. The articles discussed offer extensive comparisons between the classical liberal and social democratic views of constitutional law.