27 Law & Soc. Inquiry [i] (2002)

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Social Inquiry
Volume 27, Number 1, Winter 2002
ESSAYS IN HONOR OF JAMES HECKMAN,
2000 NOBEL LAUREATE
James Heckman's Contributions to the Study of Law, Economics, and
Public Policy                                                    1
Austan Goolsbee
An ABF Perspective on James Heckman and His Scholarship          5
Bryant G. Garth
James Heckman as a Law and Society Scholar: An Appreciation     11
Peter Siegelman
The Search for Truth: In Appreciation of James J. Heckman       23
John J. Donohue
Honoring James Heckman's Contributions to Economics:
Identification, Heterogeneity, and Economic Models              35
Steven D. Levitt
ARTICLES
A Positivist Account of the Rule of Law                         41
Frank Lovett
Constructing a Common Language: The Function of Nuremberg in
the Problematization of Postapartheid Justice                   79
St~phane Leman-Langlois
REVIEW ESSAYS
Franz Kafka's Outsider Jurisprudence                           103
Douglas E. Litowitz
What We Do When We Do Law and Popular Culture                  139
Jessica M. Silbey
Constructing Paternalist Hegemony: Gross, Johnson, and Hadden on
Slaves and Masters                                             169
Mark Tushnet
BOOK NOTES                                                     189

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