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Occasionally the Institute for Justice produces reports, articles and papers designed to advance liberty interests on a specific issue.
Printed versions of many of these publications are also available in our online store.

Studies



The Power of One Entrepreneur - Dennis Ballen
By Booker Stallworth
July 2010

The Power of One Entrepreneur - Kim Powers Bridges
By Michael Burgin
July 2010

The Power of One Entrepreneur - Hector Ricketts
By Robert Heisler
July 2010

The Power of One Entrepreneur - Thane Hayhurst
By Paul K. Harral
July 2010

 

Policing for Profit: The Abuse of Civil Asset Forfeiture
By Marian R. Williams, Ph.D.
Jefferson E. Holcomb, Ph.D.
Tomislav V. Kovandzic, Ph.D.
Scott Bullock
March 2010

 Asset Forfeiture Study


      Bureaucratic Barbed Wire: How Occupational Licensing Fences Out Texas Entrepreneurs
By Wesley Hottot
October 2009

      The Power of One Entrepreneur
By Dick M. Carpenter II PhD and John K. Ross
October 2009

      Building Empires, Destroying Homes: Eminent Domain in New York
October 2009

THE DIRTY DOZEN: How Twelve Supreme Court Cases Radically Expanded Government and Eroded Freedom
Written and produced by the Center of the American Experiment
September 2009


      Regulatory Field: Burdensome Laws StrikeOut Chicago Entrepreneurs
By Elizabeth Milnikel and Emily Satterthwaite
May 2009

Designed to Exclude: How Interior Design Insiders Use Government Power to Exclude Minorities & Burden Consumers By David E. Harrington & Jaret Treber
Kenyon College
February 2009

 


They Want to Erase Us Out:  The Faces of Eminent Domain in Texas  
 

Designed to Mislead:  How Industry Insiders Mislead the Public About the Need for Interior Design Regulation

 


Doomsday? No Way:
Economic Trends and Post-Kelo Eminent Domain Reform


Campaign Finance Red Tape:
Strangling Free Speech & Political Debate


Victimizing the Vulnerable
The Demographics of Eminent Domain Abuse


School Choice and State Constitutions:
A Guide to Designing School Choice Programs


Bulletproofing School Choice: How to Write Sound & Constitutional Legislation To Expand Educational Opportunity


A False Sense of Security: The Potential for Eminent Domain Abuse in Washington
by William R. Maurer


Designing Cartels: How Industry Insiders Cut Out Competition
by Dick M. Carpenter II, Ph.D.


A Dream Deferred: Legal Barriers to African Hairbraiding Nationwide
by Valerie Bayham


Policing and Prosecuting for Profit: Arizona’s Civil Asset Forfeiture Laws Violate Basic Due Process Protections
by Tim Keller


School Choice And The North Carolina Constitution (download in PDF)
by David Roland


Redevelopment Wrecks: 20 Failed Projects Involving Eminent Domain Abuse


Myths and Realities of Eminent Domain Abuse: In the debate over eminent domain abuse, municipalities and developers often advance myths in defense of the government’s use of this power for private commercial development. response to those myths, the Castle Coalition offers something far more compelling—the truth.
(download in PDF)

 

Law Review Articles

The Florida Supreme Court vs. School Choice: A "Uniformly" Horrid Decision
by Clark Neily


No Such Thing: Litigating Under the Rational Basis Test
by Clark Neily
NYU Journal of Law & Liberty, Volume 1, Number 2, 2005


One Test, Two Standards: The One-and-Off Role of "Plausibility" in Rational Basis Review
by Clark Neily


The Past Should Not Shackle the Present: The Revival of a Legacy of Religious Bigotry by Opponents of School Choice
by Robert William Gall


Judicial Abdication and the Rise of Special Interests
by Steven M. Simpson

 

Reports

50 State Report Card; Tracking Eminent Domain Reform Legislation since Kelo


Disclosure Costs: Unintended Consequences of Campaign Finance Reform
by Dick M. Carpenter II, PhD


Opening the Floodgates: Eminent Domain Abuse in a Post-Kelo World
by Dana Berliner


GEORGIA: Private Choice In Public Programs: How Private Institutions Secure Social Services for Georgians (download in PDF)
by Dick M. Carpenter II, Ph.D.

Georgia School Choice

ARIZONA: Private Choice In Public Programs: How Private Institutions Secure Social Services for Arizonans (download in PDF)
by Dick M. Carpenter II, Ph.D.


Public Power Private Gain - A study of Eminent Domain Abuse
by Dana Berliner


Slaughter-House Cases


State of the Supreme Court 2000: The Justices' Record on Individual Liberties (download in PDF)


State of the Supreme Court 1997: The Justices' Records on Civil and Economic Liberties


 

Papers

Dreher and Echeverria: Disinformation & Errors on Eminent Domain A Response to Kelo’s Unanswered Questions (download in PDF)


Fatally Flawed: A Critique of Fixing the Milwaukee Public Schools: The Limits of Parent-Driven Reform (download in PDF)


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