47 J.L. & Econ. [i] (2004)

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ECONOMICS
VOLUME XLVII (1)                                APRIL 2004
The Response of Criminals and Noncriminals to Fines
By AVNER BAR-ILAN AND BRUCE SACERDOTE ..........................  1
The Political Economy of Property Exemption Laws
By RICHARD M. HYNES, ANUP MALANI,
AND  ERIC  A . POSNER  .........................................................  19
Protecting Intellectual Property Rights: Are Small Firms
Handicapped?
By JEAN 0. LANJOUW AND MARK SCHANKERMAN ................... 45
Salaries, Turnover, and Performance in the Federal Criminal
Justice System
By  RICHARD  T. BOYLAN  ........................................................  75
The Fugitive: Evidence on Public versus Private Law
Enforcement from Bail Jumping
By ERIC HELLAND AND ALEXANDER TABARROK ....................... 93
Research and Development Alliances: Evidence from a Federal
Contracts Repository
By CONRAD S. CICCOTELLO, MARTIN J. HORNYAK,
AND  M ICHAEL  S. PIWOWAR  ................................................  123
Regulation and the Evolution of Corporate Boards: Monitoring,
Advising, or Window Dressing?
By ERIC HELLAND AND MICHAEL SYKUTA .............................. 167
An Empirical Investigation of the Competitive Effects of
Domestic Airline Alliances
By GUSTAVO E. BAMBERGER, DENNIS W. CARLTON,
AND  LYNETTE  R. NEUMANN  ...............................................  195
Abortion Policy and Fertility Outcomes: The Eastern European
Experience
By PHILLIP B. LEVINE AND DOUGLAS STAIGER ........................ 223

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