University of Chicago Law Review’s Online Symposium on Posner and Weyl’s “Radical Markets” Now Available

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RadicalxChange: An Academic Agenda
E. Glen Weyl
87 U Chi L Rev Online 1 (2019).

A History for the Future: Radical Markets and the Work of History
Ananya Chakravarti
87 U Chi L Rev Online 12 (2019).

A Decision Theoretic Approach to Understanding Survey Response: Likert vs. Quadratic Voting for Attitudinal Research
Charlotte Cavaillé, Daniel L. Chen, and Karine Van der Straeten
87 U Chi L Rev Online 22 (2019).

Radical Markets or Conventional Politics? An Ambitious Guide to Reforming American Immigration Policy​​​​​​​
Adam B. Cox​​​​​​​
87 U Chi L Rev Online 44 (2019).

Property Attachments​​​​​​​
Lee Anne Fennell​​​​​​​
87 U Chi L Rev Online 55 (2019).

QV or Not QV? That Is the Question: Some Skepticism about Radical Egalitarian Voting Markets​​​​​​​
Richard L. Hasen​​​​​​​
87 U Chi L Rev Online 67 (2019).

Audits, Markets, and Patents
Daniel Hemel​​​​​​​
87 U Chi L Rev Online 78 (2019).

The Technological Politics of Mechanism Design
Zoë Hitzig, Lily Hu, and Salomé Viljoen
87 U Chi L Rev Online 95 (2019).

Ownership and Punishment​​​​​​​
Matthew Prewitt​​​​​​​
87 U Chi L Rev Online 109 (2019).

Property in Radical Markets​​​​​​​
Katrina Miriam Wyman​​​​​​​
87 U Chi L Rev Online 125 (2019).

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