Nuno Garoupa is Professor of Law, the H. Ross and Helen Workman Research Scholar and
Co-Director of the Illinois Program on Law, Behavior & Social Science at the
University of Illinois College of Law. Currently, Nuno is also a Research Affiliate,
FEDEA (Madrid). He received his Ph.D. in Economics from the University of York (UK), also
holds an LLM from the University of London. He has a long established research interest
in the economics of law and legal institutions. The results of this research have been
published in the Journal of Legal Studies; Journal of Law and Economics; Journal of Legal
Analysis; Journal of Law, Economics and Organization; American Law and Economics Review;
Journal of Empirical Legal Studies; Oxford Journal of Legal Studies; American Journal of
Comparative Law; Cambridge Law Journal; Journal of Comparative Law; Journal of Law and
Society; European Review of Private Law; European Business Organization Law Review;
Maastricht Journal of European and Comparative Law; European Economic Review; Economic
Journal among other journals. Nuno has served as Vice-President of the European
Association of Law and Economics (2004-2007), Member of the Boards of the International
Society for New Institutional Economics (2006-2009) and of the Latin America and
Caribbean Law and Economics Association (2009-2011), and co-editor of the Review of Law
and Economics (2004-2010) and of the International Review of Law and Economics (since
2012). He has been awarded the Spanish Julian Marias Research Prize 2010. 

Articles

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Delegation, Discretion, and Deference in Comparative Administrative Law (with Jud Matthews), American Journal of Comparative Law (2014)
 

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Globalization and Deregulation of Legal Services, International Review of Law and Economics (2014)
 

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Choosing Between the Government and the Regions: An Empirical Analysis of the Italian Constitutional Court Decisions (with Lucia Dalla Pellegrina), European Journal of Political Research (2013)
 

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Judging Under Political Pressure: An Empirical Analysis of Constitutional Review Voting in the Spanish Constitutional Court (with Fernando Gomez and Veronica Grembi), Journal of Law, Economics and Organization (2013)
 

Unpublished Papers

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Judicial Independence and Party Politics in the Kelsenian Constitutional Courts: The Case of Portugal (with Sofia AmaralGarcia and Veronica Grembi), University of Illinois Legal Working Paper Series (2008)
 

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The Unsolvable Dilemma of a Paretian Policymaker (with Giuseppe Dari-Mattiacci), George Mason University School of Law Working Papers Series (2004)
 

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Scope of Liability, The Vanishing Distinction between Negligence and Strict Liability (with Pablo Salvador Coderch, Nuno Garoupa, and Carlos Gomez-Liguerre), Latin American and Caribbean Law and Economics Association (ALACDE) Annual Papers (2004)
 

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The Economics of Judicial Councils (with Tom Ginsburg), Berkeley Program in Law & Economics (2007)
 

CASHING BY THE HOUR: WHY LARGE LAWFIRMS PREFER HOURLY FEES OVER CONTINGENT FEES (with Fernando Gomez-Pomar), German Working Papers in Law and Economics (2006)
 

Regulation of Professions in the US and Europe: A Comparative Analysis, American Law & Economics Association Annual Meetings (2006)
 

Sentencing Guidelines and TIS Legislation, Judges and Parole Boards: Has Bargaining Power Changed in Sentencing? (with Dhammika Dharmapala and Joanna Shepherd), American Law & Economics Association Annual Meetings (2006)
 

Sentencing Guidelines, TIS Legislation, and Bargaining Power (with Dhammika Dharmapala and Joanna M. Shepherd), American Law & Economics Association Annual Meetings (2006)