On March 22 & 23, 2014 the Northwestern University Law Review held a symposium focusing on the relationship between institutional design and the general welfare. This symposium addressed questions surrounding the scope of institutional design, and whether it can be used to further welfare goals like economic growth.
The Role of Constitutional Text in Creating Self-stabilizing Constitutions: A Tour of the Takings Clause
The Relationship between De Jure and De Facto Property Rights
Optimal Abuse of Power
Norms and the Enforcement of Laws
In Defense of Faction
Does Institutional Design Make a Difference?