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Publications of Matthew D. Adler    :chronological  alphabetical  combined  bibtex listing:

Books

  1. Adler, M; Fleurbaey, M, Oxford Handbook of Well-Being and Public Policy (2016), Oxford University Press
  2. Adler, M, Well-Being and Fair Distribution: Beyond Cost Benefit Analysis (2012), Oxford University Press [717302950]
  3. Adler, M; Himma, K, The Rule of Recognition and the Constitution (2009), Oxford University Press
  4. Adler, M; Posner, E, New Foundations of Cost-Benefit Analysis (2006), Harvard University Press [65187391]
  5. Adler, M; Posner, E, Cost-Benefit Analysis: Legal, Economic, and Philosophical Perspectives (2000), University of Chicago Press

Journal Articles

  1. Adler, M, A Better Calculus for Regulators: From Cost-Benefit Analysis to the Social Welfare Function (2017)
  2. Adler, M; Treich, N, Utilitarianism, Prioritarianism, and Intergenerational Equity: A Cake Eating Model, Mathematical Social Sciences, vol. 87 (2017), pp. 94-102, Elsevier [doi]
  3. Adler, MD; Anthoff, D; Bosetti, V; Garner, G; Keller, K; Treich, N, Priority for the Worse Off and the Social Cost of Carbon, Cesifo Working Paper Series no. 6032 (August, 2016)
  4. Adler, M, Aggregating Moral Preferences, Economics & Philosophy, vol. 32 no. 2 (2016), pp. 283-321 [3544]
  5. Adler, M, Benefit-Cost Analysis and Distributional Weights: An Overview, Review of Environmental Economics & Policy, vol. 10 no. 2 (2016), pp. 264-285 [available here]
  6. Adler, M, Justice, Claims and Prioritarianism: Room for Desert? (2016)
  7. Adler, M, Behavioral Economics, Happiness Surveys, and Public Policy, Journal of Benefit Cost Analysis (2016)
  8. Adler, M; Fleurbaey, M, Introduction, vol. 39 no. 1-2 (2016), pp. 1, Oxford University Press [doi]
  9. Adler, M; Trench, N, Prioritarianism and Climate Change, Environmental & Resource Economics, vol. 62 no. 1 (2015), pp. 279-308
  10. Adler, M; Dolan, P; Kavetsos, G, Would You Choose to be Happy? Tradeoffs Between Happiness and the Other Dimensions of Life in a Large Population Survey (2015) [available here]
  11. Adler, M, Equity by the Numbers: Measuring Poverty, Inequality, and Injustice, Alabama Law Review, vol. 66 no. 3 (2015), pp. 551-607 [available here]
  12. Adler, M, Using and Improving the Social Cost of Carbon, Science, vol. 346 (2014), pp. 1189-1190 [full]
  13. Adler, M; Treich, N, Consumption, Risk, and Prioritarianism (2014) [3379]
  14. Adler, M, Book Review, Journal of Moral Philosophy (2014)
  15. Adler, M, Extended Preferences and Interpersonal Comparisons: A New Account, Economics & Philosophy, vol. 30 (2014), pp. 123-162 [available here]
  16. Adler, M; Hammitt, J; Treich, N, The Social Value of Mortality Risk Reduction: VSL vs. the Social Welfare Function Approach, Journal of Health Economics, vol. 35 (2014), pp. 82-93 [available here]
  17. Adler, M, Book Review, Oeconomia: History, Methodology, Philosophy, vol. 4 no. 1 (2014), pp. 77-85
  18. Adler, M, The Pigou-Dalton Principle and the Structure of Distributive Justice (2013) [available here]
  19. Adler, M, Happiness Surveys and Public Policy: What's the Use?, Duke Law Journal, vol. 62 (2013), pp. 1509-1601 [available here]
  20. Adler, M, Interpretive Contestation and Legal Correctness, William & Mary Law Review, vol. 53 (2012), pp. 1115-1136 [available here]
  21. Adler, M, Harsanyi 2.0 (2011) [available here]
  22. Adler, M, Book Review, Ethics, vol. 120 (2010), pp. 831-836
  23. Adler, M, Contingent Valuation Studies and Health Policy, Health Economics, Policy & Law, vol. 5 (2010), pp. 123-131 [2618]
  24. Adler, M; Posner, E, New Foundations of Cost-Benefit Analysis, Regulation & Governance, vol. 3 (2009), pp. 72-83
  25. Adler, M, Future Generations: A Prioritarian View, George Washington Law Review, vol. 77 (2009), pp. 1478-1520 [available here]
  26. Adler, M; Posner, E, Happiness Research and Cost-Benefit Analysis, Journal of Legal Studies, vol. 37 (2008), pp. S253-S292 [available here]
  27. Adler, M; Dolan, P, Introducing a 'Different Lives' Approach to the Valuation of Health and Well-Being (2008) [2558]
  28. Adler, M, Risk Equity: A New Proposal, Harvard Environmental Law Review, vol. 32 (2008), pp. 1-47 [available here]
  29. Adler, M, Why De Minimis?, vol. 2007 (2007), pp. 7-12 [available here]
  30. Adler, M, Well-Being, Inequality and Time: The Time-Slice Problem and its Policy Implications, vol. 2007 (2007), pp. 7-17 [available here]
  31. Adler, M, Policy Analysis for Natural Hazards: Some Cautionary Lessons From Environmental Policy Analysis, Administrative & Regulatory Law News, vol. 32 (2007), pp. 11-14 [2611]
  32. Adler, M, Corrective Justice and Liability for Global Warming, University of Pennsylvania Law Review, vol. 155 (2007), pp. 1859-1867 [2610]
  33. Adler, M, Economic Growth and the Interests of Future (and Past and Present) Generations: A Comment on Tyler Cowen, University of Chicago Law Review, vol. 74 (2007), pp. 41-49 [available here]
  34. Adler, M, QALYs and Policy Evaluation: A New Perspective, Yale Journal of Health Policy, Law & Ethics, vol. 6 (2006), pp. 1-92 [available here]
  35. Adler, M, Popular Constitutionalism and the Rule of Recognition: Whose Practices Ground U.S. Law?, Northwestern University Law Review, vol. 100 (2006), pp. 719-806 [available here]
  36. Adler, M, Constitutional Fidelity, the Rule of Recognition, and the Communitarian Turn in Contemporary Positivism, Fordham Law Review, vol. 75 (2006), pp. 1671-1696 [2574]
  37. Adler, M, Welfare Polls: A Synthesis, New York University Law Review, vol. 81 (2006), pp. 1875-1970 [available here]
  38. Adler, M; Sanchirico, C, Inequality and Uncertainty: Theory and Legal Applications, University of Pennsylvania Law Review, vol. 155 (2006), pp. 279-377 [available here]
  39. Adler, M, Cost-Benefit Analysis: New Foundations, Legislacao: Cadernos De Ciencia De Legislacao, vol. 42 (2006), pp. 63
  40. Adler, M, Policy Analysis for Natural Hazards: Some Cautionary Lessons from Environmental Policy Analysis, Duke Law Journal, vol. 56 (2006), pp. 1-50 [available here]
  41. Adler, M, Book Review, Ethics, vol. 115 (2005), pp. 824-828 [viewcontent.cgi]
  42. Adler, M, Cognitivism, Controversy and Moral Heuristics, Behavioral & Brain Sciences, vol. 28 (2005), pp. 542-543
  43. Adler, M, Against 'Individual Risk': A Sympathetic Critique of Risk Assessment, University of Pennsylvania Law Review, vol. 153 (2005), pp. 1122-1250 [available here]
  44. Adler, M, Justification, Legitimacy, and Administrative Governance, Issues in Legal Scholarship, vol. 2005 (2005), pp. 1-15 [2588]
  45. Adler, M, Cost-Benefit Analysis, Static Efficiency, and the Goals of Environmental Law, Environmental Affairs, vol. 31 (2004), pp. 591-605
  46. Adler, M, Fear Assessment: Cost-Benefit Analysis and the Pricing of Fear and Anxiety, Administrative & Regulatory Law News, vol. 29 (2004)
  47. Adler, M, Fear Assessment: Cost-Benefit Analysis and the Pricing of Fear and Anxiety, Chicago Kent Law Review, vol. 79 (2004), pp. 977-1053 [available here]
  48. Adler, M; Finkelstein, C; Huang, P, Introduction to Symposium, Preferences and Rational Choice: New Perspectives and Legal Implications, University of Pennsylvania Law Review (2003), pp. 707-715 [available here]
  49. Adler, M, The Puzzle of Ex Ante Efficiency: Does Rational Approvability have Moral Weight?, University of Pennsylvania Law Review, vol. 151 (2003), pp. 707 [available here]
  50. Adler, M, Risk, Death and Harm: The Normative Foundations of Risk Regulation, Minnesota Law Review, vol. 87 (2003), pp. 1293-1445 [available here]
  51. Adler, M, Legal Transitions: Some Welfarist Remarks, Journal of Contemporary Legal Issues, vol. 13 (2003), pp. 5-28 [available here]
  52. Adler, M; Dorf, M, Constitutional Existence Conditions and Judicial Review, Virginia Law Review, vol. 89 (2003), pp. 1105-1202 [available here]
  53. Adler, M, Book Review, Notre Dame Philosophical Review: an Electronic Journal (2002) [available here]
  54. Adler, M, The Positive Political Theory of Cost-Benefit Analysis: A Comment on Johnston, University of Pennsylvania Law Review, vol. 150 (2002), pp. 1429-1451 [2614]
  55. Adler, M, Expression and Appearance: A Comment on Hellman, Maryland Law Review, vol. 60 (2001), pp. 688-712 [2627]
  56. Adler, M, Risk, Death and Time: A Comment on Judge Williams' Defense of Cost-Benefit Analysis, Administrative Law Review, vol. 53 (2001), pp. 271-287 [available here]
  57. Adler, M; Dorf, M, Rights and Rules: An Overview, Legal Theory, vol. 6 (2000), pp. 241-251 [2631]
  58. Adler, M, Book Review, Philosophy in Review, vol. 20 (2000), pp. 142-145 [2634]
  59. Adler, M; Posner, E, Introduction, to Cost-Benefit Analysis, Journal of Legal Studies, vol. 29 (2000), pp. 837-842 [available here]
  60. Adler, M, Linguistic Meaning, Nonlinguistic "Expression," and the Multiple Variants of Expressivism: A Reply to Professors Anderson and Pildes, University of Pennsylvania Law Review, vol. 148 (2000), pp. 1577-1594 [available here]
  61. Adler, M; Posner, E, Implementing Cost-Benefit Analysis When Preferences Are Distorted, Perspectives: Teaching Legal Research and Writing, vol. 29 (2000), pp. 1105-1147 [2608]
  62. Adler, M, Expressive Theories of Law: A Skeptical Overview, University of Pennsylvania Law Review, vol. 148 (2000), pp. 1363-1501 [available here]
  63. Adler, M, Personal Rights and Rule-Dependence: Can the Two Coexist?, Legal Theory, vol. 6 (2000), pp. 337-389 [available here]
  64. Adler, M, Beyond Efficiency and Procedure: A Welfarist Theory of Regulation, Florida State University Law Review, vol. 28 (2000), pp. 241-338 [available here]
  65. Adler, M, Rights, Rules and the Structure of Constitutional Adjudication: A Response to Professor Fallon, Harvard Law Review, vol. 113 (2000), pp. 1371-1420 [available here]
  66. Adler, M, Book Review, Philosophy in Review, vol. 19 (1999), pp. 168-171 [available here]
  67. Adler, M; Posner, E, Rethinking Cost-Benefit Analysis, Yale Law Journal, vol. 109 (1999), pp. 165-247 [available here]
  68. Adler, M, Law and Incommensurability: Introduction, University of Pennsylvania Law Review, vol. 146 (1998), pp. 1169-1184 [2638]
  69. Adler, M, Can Constitutional Borrowing be Justified? A Comment on Tushnet, University of Pennsylvania Journal of Constitutional Law, vol. 1 (1998), pp. 350-357 [available here]
  70. Adler, M, Incommensurability and Cost-Benefit Analysis, University of Pennsylvania Law Review, vol. 146 (1998), pp. 1371-1418 [available here]
  71. Adler, M, Rights Against Rules: The Moral Structure of American Constitutional Law, Michigan Law Review, vol. 97 (1998), pp. 1-173 [available here]
  72. Adler, M; Kreimer, S, The New Etiquette of Federalism: New York, Printz and Yeskey, Supreme Court Review, vol. 1998 (1998), pp. 71-143 [available here]
  73. Adler, M, Judicial Restraint in the Administrative State: Beyond the Countermajoritarian Difficulty, University of Pennsylvania Law Review, vol. 145 (1997), pp. 759-892 [2609]
  74. Adler, M, What States Owe Outsiders, Hastings Constitutional Law Quarterly, vol. 20 (1993), pp. 391-438 [available here]

Chapters in Books

  1. Adler, M, Extended Preferences, in Oxford Handbook of Well-Being & Public Policy (2016), pp. 476, Oxford University Press
  2. Adler, M, Value and Cost-Benefit Analysis, in The Oxford Handbook of Value Theory (2015), pp. 317-337, Oxford University Press
  3. Adler, M, Welfarism, Equity, and the Choice Between Statistical and Identified Victims, in Identified Versus Statistical Lives: An Interdisciplinary Perspective (2015), pp. 53-76
  4. Adler, M, The Ethical Value of Risk Reduction: Utilitarianism, Prioritarianism and Cost-Benefit Analysis, in Ethics & Risk Management (2015), pp. 9-29, Information Age Publishing
  5. Adler, M, Happiness, Health and Leisure: Valuing the Nonconsumption Impacts of Unemployment, in Does Regulation Kill Jobs? (2013), pp. 150-169
  6. Adler, M, Cost-Benefit Analysis, in Encyclopedia of Philosophy and the Social Sciences (2013)
  7. Adler, M, Regulatory Theory, in A Companion to Philosophy of Law and Legal Theory (2010), pp. 590-606
  8. Adler, M, Social Facts, Constitutional Interpretation, and the Rule of Recognition, in The Rule of Recognition and the U.S. Constitution (2009), pp. 193
  9. Adler, M, On (Moral) Philosophy and American Legal Scholarship, in On Philosophy in American Law (2009), pp. 114-121
  10. Adler, M; Himma, K, Introduction, in The Rule of Recognition and the U.S. Constitution (2009), pp. xiii
  11. Adler, M, Bounded Rationality and Legal Scholarship, in Theoretical Foundations of Law and Economics (2009), pp. 137
  12. Adler, M, Cost-Benefit Analysis, in Encyclopedia of Law and Society: American and Global Perspectives (2007)
  13. Adler, M, Equity Analysis and Natural Hazards Policy, in On Risk and Disaster: Lessons from Hurricane Katrina (2006)
  14. Adler, M, Does the Constitution Require (Basic or Strengthened) Public Rationality?, in Linking Law and Political Science (2003)

Other

  1. Adler, M, Cost-Benefit Analysis and Social Welfare Functions, Regblog (2016)
  2. Adler, M, Inequality of What?, Oupblog (2016)
  3. Adler, M; Cookson, R; Cotton-Barrett, O; Asaria, M; Ord, T, Years of Good Life Based on Income and Health: Re-Engineering Cost-Benefit Analysis to Examine Policy Impact on Wellbeing and Distributive Justice (2016)

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