Sprigman and Buccafusco on Behavioral Law and Economics and the Road from Lab to Law

In our second post, we want to discuss some of the implications of the study (the details of which we described in our first post). One of the consistent concerns about BL&E in this symposium is about the too-quick jump from data to policy. We should emphasize that we think more work needs to be done to support these potential policy suggestions, but, importantly, we think that the answers to the policy issues rest fundamentally on empirical questions.

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