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About Ashton S. Phillips `

Ashton S. Phillips is an independent legal scholar whose work examines the regulatory dynamics of the law, including in particular the aggregate effects of disparate bodies of law on economically or socially marginalized populations. His interests include the role of regulatory competition in frustrating the intended policy goals of particular laws and modern monetary theory.


Present Faculty Member, George Washington University



Air and Space Law (1)

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Economics (1)

Labor Law (1)

General Law (1)

Transportation Law (1)

Bankruptcy Law (1)

Employment Practice (1)

Social Welfare (1)

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monetary policy (1)

economics (1)