Department of Economics and Business
Scott Shipp Hall
Lexington, VA 24450
Virginia Military Institute
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Lawmaking process, uncertainty, legal transplants, indigenous law, interest groups
Public Law 280, jurisdiction, crime, economic development, Indian country
Transition, Institutions, Path dependence, Ottoman Empire, Habsburg Empire
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Institutions, Path dependence, Ottoman Empire, Economic legacy, Development
Demand for regulation, trust, perceptions of corruption, post-socialist countries
American Indian reservations, consumer credit, credit conditions, credit usage
Court output, judicial staffing, caseload, endogeneity
Ottoman Empire, Predation, Social Classes
Political trust, Socialism, initial conditions, participation, emerging elites, young people
Judicial productivity, judge-level data, quantity-quality tradeoff
cultural assimilation, immigrants, individual beliefs, national identity, longevity
bankcard credit, American Indian reservations, discrimination, neighborhood racial characteristics, credit history
courts, post-socialist countries, case disposition, quantity-quality tradeoff
judicial deliberation, case-level data, survival analysis, speed-quality tradeoff, Belgium
courts, post-socialist countries, commercial disputes, trial, settlement
religious giving, racial group affinity, diversity, congregations
Case disposition, civil disputes, in-court settlements, trials, court resources
Parliamentary gender quotas, African politics, gender inequality
Political Trust, Socialism, Young People, Historical Legacy
Internal political efficacy, political participation, disciplinary culture, political opportunity structure, early life socialization, emerging elites
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