CFP: Economics of Criminal Procedure, Punishment, and Their Consequences Roundtable – Arlington, VA

The Supreme Court Economic Review (SCER) solicits article submissions for a Roundtable on the Economics of Criminal Procedure, Punishment, and Their Consequences to be held on March 26-27, 2020 at Antonin Scalia Law School at George Mason University in Arlington, Virginia. All submissions will go through SCER’s normal peer review process, and accepted papers will be published in a special issue of the Supreme Court Economic Review. The editor of the special issue (Murat Mungan) will also invite a discussant to the Roundtable for each article, and the discussant’s comment will also be published in the special issue. SCER will reimburse reasonable travel and accommodation costs incurred by authors and discussants participating in the Roundtable. The deadline for submission is December 20, 2019. However, the editors will consider submissions on a rolling basis, and, therefore, the review process may end prior to this date. There are both political efforts and popular…

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