Can We Account For Human Error in Supreme Court Decision-Making? The Behavioral Law and Economics View of the Court's Decision-Making in First Amendment Religion Clause Cases

Celletti-Nissenbaum, Nicholas J.

An application of behavioral law and economics analysis to Supreme Court Religion Clause cases.

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Undergraduate Honors Theses
Judicial process--United States--Cases.
Freedom of religion--United States.
Tufts University. Department of Political Science.
United States.--Supreme Court--Cases.
United States.--Constitution.-- 1st Amendment.
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