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Libertarian Papers

We are delighted to welcome Jason Jewell to our editorial board.

Jason Jewell is Professor of Humanities and Chair of the Department of Humanities at Faulkner University in Montgomery, Alabama. He is also an Associated Scholar with the Ludwig von Mises Institute and a faculty member of Tom Woods’s Liberty Classroom, where he is currently preparing a course on the history of libertarianism. His writings have appeared in numerous publications. Most recently, he contributed an essay on the libertarian perspective to Christian Faith and Social Justice: Five Views (Bloomsbury Academic, 2014).
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We are happy to announce that Volume 5 of Libertarian Papers is now available in a print edition. This volume contains all Libertarian Papers articles for 2013, including contributions by Walter Block, Paul Gottfreid, Stephan Kinsella, Xavier Méra, Jan Narveson, Ben O’Neill, Jakub Wisniewski, and many others.
Volume 5 is available through CreateSpace for $16.99, or Amazon for $15.28, with a 10% discount.
Paper and ebook versions of past volumes of Libertarian Papers are also available.
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We proudly welcome Ed Younkins to the editorial board of Libertarian Papers.

Edward W. Younkins is professor of accountancy and director of graduate programs in the Department of Business at Wheeling Jesuit University. He is the founder of the university’s undergraduate degree program in political and economic philosophy. He is also the founding director of the university’s Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.) and Master of Science in Accountancy (M.S.A.) programs.
The author of numerous articles in accounting and business journals, his free-market-oriented articles and reviews have appeared in numerous publications. He is the author of Capitalism and Commerce: Conceptual Foundations of Free Enterprise (2002), Champions of a Free Society: Ideas of Capitalism’s Philosophers and Economists (2008), Flourishing and Happiness in a Free Society: Toward a Synthesis of Aristotelianism, Austrian Economics, and Ayn Rand’s Objectivism (2011), and Exploring Capitalist Fiction: Business Through Literature and Film (2014). He has also edited Philosophers of Capitalism: Menger, Mises, Rand, and Beyond (2005), and Ayn Rand’s Atlas Shrugged: A Philosophical and Literary Companion (2007).
In addition to earning state and national honors for his performances on the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) and Certified Management Accountant (CMA) exams, respectively, Dr. Younkins also received the Outstanding Educator Award for 1997 from the West Virginia Society of Certified Public Accountants.
 
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We are delighted to welcome Sheldon Richman to our board of editors.

Sheldon is vice president of The Future of Freedom Foundation and editor of FFF’s monthly journal, Future of Freedom. For 15 years he was editor of The Freeman, published by the Foundation for Economic Education in Irvington, New York. He is the author of FFF’s award-winning book Separating School & State: How to Liberate America’s Families; Your Money or Your Life: Why We Must Abolish the Income Tax; and Tethered Citizens: Time to Repeal the Welfare State. Calling for the abolition, not the reform, of public schooling. Separating School & State has become a landmark book in both libertarian and educational circles. In his column in the Financial Times, Michael Prowse wrote: “I recommend a subversive tract, Separating School & State by Sheldon Richman of the Cato Institute, a Washington think tank… I also think that Mr. Richman is right to fear that state education undermines personal responsibility…” Sheldon’s articles on economic policy, education, civil liberties, American history, foreign policy, and the Middle East have appeared in the Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, American Scholar, Chicago Tribune, USA Today, Washington Times, The American Conservative, Insight, Cato Policy Report, Journal of Economic Development, The Freeman, The World & I, Reason, Washington Report on Middle East Affairs, Middle East Policy, Liberty magazine, and other publications. He is also a contributor to the The Concise Encyclopedia of Economics. A former newspaper reporter and senior editor at the Cato Institute and the Institute for Humane Studies, Sheldon is a graduate of Temple University in Philadelphia.
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Libertarian Papers is starting the new year by unveiling our new website at libertarianpapers.org. We have kept the simple design of the old site while streamlining the user experience and improving the look and feel. We have also added some new features to improve functionality, including author tags allowing you to easily find articles from specific contributors.
This is the first of many plans to enhance the reach of the journal in the coming year. We are also expanding our editorial board, starting with the addition of outstanding scholars like Anthony Gregory. More announcements are on the way in the coming months, so be sure to follow us as we continue our mission to promote high-quality, thought-provoking research in libertarian ideas.
Thank you for your support, and we hope you’ll join us in our effort to advance the scholarly discourse on liberty.
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Libertarian Papers is proud to welcome Anthony Gregory to its editorial board.

Anthony is a Research Fellow at the Independent Institute and the author of the Institute book The Power of Habeas Corpus in America: From the King’s Prerogative to the War on Terror (Cambridge University Press, 2013). He appears in the Institute’s Independent Watch videos and blogs regularly at The Beacon. In addition, he is a policy adviser for the Future of Freedom Foundation and a Fellow at the Center for a Stateless Society. He has written articles for The Atlantic, Washington Times, Bloomberg Business Week, Christian Science Monitor, San Diego Union Tribune, Dallas Morning News, Huffington Post, American Conservative, Human Events, Counterpunch, Antiwar.com, LewRockwell.com, Mises.org, The Freeman, Liberty, Reason.com, The Independent Review, and The Journal of Libertarian Studies. He earned his B.A. in American history at the University of California at Berkeley.
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by Ben O’Neill and Walter Block

Abstract: Inchoate crime consists of acts that are regarded as crimes despite the fact that they are only partial or incomplete in some respect. This includes acts that do not succeed in physically harming the victim or are only indirectly related to such a result. Examples include attempts (as in attempted murder that does not eventuate in the killing of anyone), conspiracy (in which case the crime has only been planned, not yet acted out) and incitement (where the inciter does not himself commit the crime he is urging others to undertake). The present paper attempts to analyze these inchoate crimes from a libertarian perspective, based on the non-aggression principle.

http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/LibertarianPapers/~3/I9iYuL3bcRM/ 2013/12/19 - 13:41

by Xavier Méra

Abstract: In this paper, I show that Polleit and Mariano (2011) are right in concluding that Credit Default Swaps (CDS) are per se unobjectionable from Rothbard’s libertarian perspective on property rights and contract theory, but that they fail to derive this conclusion properly. I therefore outline the proper explanation. In addition, though Polleit and Mariano are correct in pointing out that speculation with CDS can conceivably hurt the borrowers’ interests, they fail to grasp that this can be the case only in some peculiar circumstances that I identify. In other words, they miss the bigger picture, the one outside special circumstances, in which CDS trading has the opposite effect. That is, CDS facilitate debt accumulation, including government debt accumulation. Finally, I point out how this can precipitate the collapse of fiat money regimes. An incidental goal of the analysis is to provide a better account than Polleit and Mariano of recent government interventions in and around CDS markets.

http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/LibertarianPapers/~3/OeyyPUi9HE0/ 2013/08/19 - 13:13

by Jan Narveson

Abstract: Brettschneider argues that the granting of property rights to all entails a right of exclusion by acquirer/owners against all others, that this exclusionary right entails a loss on their part, and that to make up for this, property owners owe any nonowners welfare rights. Against this, I argue that exclusion is not in fact a cost. Everyone is to have liberty rights, which are negative: what people are excluded from is the liberty to attack and despoil others. Everyone, whether an owner of external property or not, benefits from this and thus rationally exchanges that liberty in exchange for a like abandonment of it by others. The proper social contract trade is thus liberty for liberty—not liberty for owners and positive welfare rights for nonowners (though the latter in fact benefit greatly from the property rights of owners).

http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/LibertarianPapers/~3/2POcoj5yPAA/ 2013/08/01 - 23:42

We are happy to announce that Volume 4 of Libertarian Papers is now available in a print edition. This volume contains all Libertarian Papers articles for 2012, including contributions by Per Bylund, James Rolph Edwards, J.C. Lester, Nahshon Perez, Michael F. Reber, Timothy Terrell, Clarence E. Wunderlin, and many others.
Volume 4 is available through Createspace for $16.99 (with discount code TV6PLDNW) and Amazon for $17.99.
Paper and ebook versions of past volumes of Libertarian Papers are also available.

http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/LibertarianPapers/~3/e1GTsfh-vtk/ 2013/07/27 - 20:59

by Ben O’Neill

Abstract: The necessity for a government “lender of last resort” has been advanced as a justification for central banking. In this paper, I compare lending practices under central banking with those that would be likely to exist under a system of fractional-reserve free banking (FRFB). To do this I examine the underlying nature of banks as warehousing and credit-granting institutions and consider how redemption runs can arise as a consequence of fractional reserves in this system. Following the work of Thornton and Bagehot, I describe principles of prudent lending that can be used to stem a redemption run when it arises. I examine the market incentives that apply under FRFB and how these incentives are perverted under a system of central banking. I find that a government central bank is not well-placed to lend according to prudent standards, and in fact is likely to use its power to pursue political goals that are at odds with prudent lending. I examine the US financial crisis and the actions of the Federal Reserve System to illustrate this view.

http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/LibertarianPapers/~3/Q0XCTIVssjY/ 2013/07/12 - 11:24

by Jakub Bożydar Wiśniewski,

Abstract: This paper is my last word, in the present journal, in the debate I have been having with Walter Block on the subject of evictionism as an alleged libertarian “third way,” capable of transcending the familiar “pro-life” and “pro-choice” dichotomy. In this debate, I myself defended what might be regarded as a qualified “pro-life” position, while Block consistently argued that the mother is morally allowed to expel the fetus from her womb provided that no non-lethal methods of its eviction are available. While my position articulated in this paper contains an element of what Block might consider a concession on my part—i.e., an explicit declaration that abstaining from lethal evictions of fetuses conceived as a result of rape is a libertarian duty, but only an imperfect one—I continue to regard the unqualified support of evictionism as indefensible on libertarian grounds.

http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/LibertarianPapers/~3/6K7jhgRSyTo/ 2013/06/28 - 16:58

by Daniel Rodríguez Carreiro

Abstract: In Chinese history the periods known as Spring and Autumn (770-476 BC) and the Warring States (475-221 BC) were times of conflict and political instability caused by the increasing power of centralized and competing states. During this time of crisis many schools of thought appeared to offer different philosophical doctrines. This paper describes and studies ideas about the limitation of power defended by these different schools of ancient Chinese thought, and suggests some reasons why they failed to prevent the emergence of an authoritarian imperial government in early China.

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by Kris Borer
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I was informed recently that Libertarian Papers has received a quite good ranking from the Australian Research Council’s (ARC) Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA), an Australian Government body that deals with academic matters,  provides systematic evaluation of a large number of scholarly journals in different disciplines and generates a database and a variety of reports ranking the journals.  These ratings are often used by Australian universities to evaluate the contribution of their academics to various fields.
The ERA Journal Ranking List for all law and legal studies journals is appended below. The order of the rankings is A*, A, B, C and then not ranked.  Libertarian Papers  is highlighted in the list.  It is ranked at level A, which is the second best ranking on the list, which is considered quite good.
Needless to say, we are very pleased with this recognition of the excellence the journal strives for.

 

 

ERA ID

Rank

Title

33855

A*

American Journal of Comparative Law

33073

A*

American Journal of International Law

33867

A*

Cambridge Law Journal

33191

A*

Civil Justice Quarterly

33203

A*

Columbia Law Review

33207

A*

Common Market Law Review

33224

A*

Cornell Law Review

33239

A*

Current Legal Problems

33264

A*

Duke Law Journal

35482

A*

Ethics: an international journal of social, political, and legal philosophy

33318

A*

Federal Law Review

33887

A*

Georgetown Law Journal

33364

A*

Griffith Law Review

33369

A*

Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review

33370

A*

Harvard Human Rights Journal

33371

A*

Harvard International Law Journal

33378

A*

Harvard Law Review

33425

A*

International and Comparative Law Quarterly

17258

A*

Journal of Law and Society

36648

A*

Juristenzeitung

30156

A*

Law and Contemporary Problems

33938

A*

Law Quarterly Review

33576

A*

Legal Studies

33585

A*

Lloyd’s Maritime and Commercial Law Quarterly

33611

A*

McGill Law Journal

33616

A*

Melbourne University Law Review

33620

A*

Michigan Journal of International Law

32907

A*

Michigan Law Review

36671

A*

Neue Juristische Wochenschrift

33657

A*

New York University Journal of International Law and Politics

33660

A*

New York University Law Review (New York, 1950)

33665

A*

New Zealand Law Review

33666

A*

New Zealand Universities Law Review

33682

A*

Northwestern University Law Review

33705

A*

Osgoode Hall Law Journal

33708

A*

Oxford Journal of Legal Studies

36805

A*

Public Law Review

33731

A*

Public Law: the constitutional and administrative law of the commonwealth

33818

A*

Stanford Law Review

33926

A*

The Journal of Legal Studies (Chicago)

33939

A*

The Modern Law Review

33954

A*

The Sydney Law Review

34011

A*

UCLA Law Review

33961

A*

University of Chicago Law Review

33965

A*

University of New South Wales Law Journal

34049

A*

University of Pennsylvania Law Review

34048

A*

University of Toronto Law Journal

34067

A*

Vanderbilt Law Review

34079

A*

Virginia Law Review

33976

A*

Yale Journal of International Law

33977

A*

Yale Law Journal

33049

A

African Journal of International and Comparative Law

33067

A

American Business Law Journal

33069

A

American Criminal Law Review

33074

A

American Journal of Jurisprudence: an international forum for legal philosophy

35401

A

American Journal of Law and Medicine

33856

A

American Journal of Legal History

33078

A

American University International Law Review

33082

A

Annals of Air and Space Law

33089

A

Antitrust Law Journal

35539

A

Arbitration International

35407

A

Archiv des Oeffentlichen Rechts

33860

A

Asian Journal of Comparative Law

33110

A

Australian Journal of Human Rights

37187

A

Australian Journal of Labour Law

17018

A

Australian Tax Forum: a journal of taxation policy, law and reform

35424

A

Behavioral Sciences and the Law

35425

A

Berkeley Journal of Gender, Law and Justice

33127

A

Berkeley Technology Law Journal

33138

A

Boston University Law Review

33864

A

British Year Book of International Law

33160

A

Canadian Business Law Journal

33161

A

Canadian Journal of Family Law

33869

A

Canadian Journal of Law and Jurisprudence: an international journal of legal thought

17036

A

Canadian Journal of Law and Society

33164

A

Canadian Journal of Women and the Law

33166

A

Canadian Tax Journal

35502

A

Child and Family Law Quarterly

33194

A

Clinical Law Review: a journal of lawyering and legal education

33197

A

Columbia Human Rights Law Review

33199

A

Columbia Journal of Environmental Law

33202

A

Columbia Journal of Transnational Law

33206

A

Common Law World Review

33211

A

Comparative Labor Law and Policy Journal

33217

A

Constitutional Commentary

33874

A

Conveyancer and Property Lawyer

33223

A

Cornell Journal of Law and Public Policy

36754

A

Criminal Law and Philosophy

33234

A

Criminal Law Journal

33876

A

Criminal Law Review

33242

A

Dalhousie Law Journal

33297

A

ECLR: European Competition Law Review

33269

A

Ecology Law Quarterly

33289

A

Environmental Law Reporter: news and analysis

33295

A

European Business Organization Law Review

33303

A

European Journal of International law

37159

A

European Journal of Law and Economics

33308

A

European Law Review

35475

A

Family Court Review: an interdisciplinary journal

32773

A

Feminist Legal Studies

32775

A

Feminist Review

33884

A

George Washington Law Review

33347

A

Georgetown Immigration Law Journal

33349

A

Georgetown Journal of International Law

33886

A

Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics

35578

A

German Yearbook of International Law

33888

A

Harvard Environmental Law Review

33372

A

Harvard Journal of Law and Gender

35465

A

Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy

35535

A

Harvard Journal of Law and Technology

33379

A

Harvard Negotiation Law Review

33406

A

Human Rights Law Review

17145

A

Human Rights Quarterly: a comparative and international journal of the social sciences, humanities and law

40583

A

Immigration and Nationality Law Review

33891

A

Indigenous Law Journal

33420

A

Industrial Law Journal

37163

A

International Insurance Law Review

33430

A

International Journal for the Semiotics of Law

33433

A

International Journal of Constitutional Law

33894

A

International Journal of Evidence and Proof

33438

A

International Journal of Law, Policy and the Family

33441

A

International Journal of Refugee Law

33443

A

International Journal of the Legal Profession

35576

A

International Journal of Transitional Justice

33463

A

Journal of Air Law and Commerce

33905

A

Journal of Business Law

30381

A

Journal of Common Market Studies

33475

A

Journal of Contract Law

33476

A

Journal of Corporate Law Studies

30158

A

Journal of Empirical Legal Studies

33480

A

Journal of Environmental Law

36835

A

Journal of Equity

33499

A

Journal of International Criminal Justice

33500

A

Journal of International Economic Law

33514

A

Journal of Law and Medicine

33522

A

Journal of Legal Pluralism and Unofficial Law

33531

A

Journal of Private International Law

35526

A

Journal of Social Security Law

36647

A

Journal of World Investment and Trade

33551

A

Jurimetrics: journal of law, science and technology

33565

A

Law and Critique: journal of critical legal studies

35385

A

Law and Literature

35527

A

Law Text Culture

33569

A

Law, Culture and the Humanities

33573

A

Legal Ethics

40700

A

Legal Information Management

35379

A

Legal Issues of Economic Integration

8509

A

Legal Theory

33579

A

Leiden Journal of International Law

40370

A

Libertarian Papers

18908

A

Marine Policy

33613

A

Medical Law Review

33619

A

Michigan Journal of Gender and Law

33631

A

Minnesota Law Review

33636

A

Monash University Law Review

33644

A

Netherlands International Law Review

33645

A

Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights

33647

A

New Criminal Law Review: an international and interdisciplinary journal

36806

A

Nordic Journal of International Law

33676

A

Northern Ireland Legal Quarterly

33679

A

Northwestern Journal of Law and Social Policy

33686

A

Notre Dame Law Review

33707

A

Ottawa Law Review

36804

A

Public Procurement Law Review

33733

A

Queen’s Law Journal

30022

A

Regulation and Governance

33744

A

Restitution Law Review

17406

A

Singapore Journal of Legal Studies

17407

A

Singapore Year Book of International Law

33791

A

South African Journal on Human Rights

33950

A

South African Law Journal

33798

A

Southern California Law Review

33788

A

Southern Methodist University Law Review

33815

A

Stanford Journal of International Law

33820

A

Statute Law Review

36730

A

Studies in Law, Politics, and Society

33826

A

Supreme Court Economic Review

33831

A

Tax Law Review

33842

A

Texas International Law Journal

33846

A

Texas Law Review

33107

A

The Australian Feminist Law Journal

35620

A

The International Journal of Children’s Rights

33827

A

The Supreme Court Review

33978

A

Theoretical Inquiries in Law

33998

A

Tulane Maritime Law Journal

34024

A

University of British Columbia Law Review

34041

A

University of Michigan Journal of Law Reform

34066

A

Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law

41390

A

Vienna Online Journal on International Constitutional Law

36724

A

Vindobona Journal of International Commercial Law and Arbitration

34076

A

Virginia Journal of International Law

34081

A

Virginia Tax Review

34089

A

Washington Law Review

34110

A

Windsor Review of Legal and Social Issues

33975

A

Windsor Yearbook of Access to Justice

34111

A

Wisconsin International Law Journal

34113

A

Wisconsin Law Review

34116

A

World Competition: Law and Economics Review

34119

A

Yale Journal of Health Policy, Law, and Ethics

32840

A

Yale Journal of Law and Feminism

34123

A

Yale Journal on Regulation

34124

A

Yale Law and Policy Review

35351

A

Yearbook of International Environmental Law

40193

A

Yearbook of International Humanitarian Law

33045

B

ABA Journal: the lawyer’s magazine

33852

B

Adelaide Law Review

33047

B

Administrative Law Review

35540

B

Air and Space Law

33053

B

Air Force Law Review

33057

B

Alabama Law Review

33062

B

Alberta Law Review

35399

B

Alternative Law Journal

33066

B

American Bankruptcy Institute Law Review

33854

B

American Bankruptcy Law Journal

33070

B

American Indian Law Review

33071

B

American Journal of Criminal Law

33072

B

American Journal of Family Law

33080

B

American University Law Review

33083

B

Annals of Health Law

33085

B

Annual Review of Law and Social Science

35412

B

ANZ Maritime Law Journal

33092

B

Arizona Journal of International and Comparative Law

33093

B

Arizona Law Review

33094

B

Arizona State Law Journal

36743

B

Art, Antiquity, and Law

16981

B

Asia Pacific Journal on Human Rights and the Law

35409

B

Asian International Arbitration Journal

35410

B

Asian Yearbook of International Law

35435

B

ATA Journal of Legal Tax Research

33105

B

Australasian Journal of Natural Resources Law and Policy

35413

B

Australian Administrative Law

33106

B

Australian Business Law Review

35456

B

Australian Intellectual Property Journal

36744

B

Australian Journal of Administrative Law

17005

B

Australian Journal of Asian Law

37186

B

Australian Journal of Corporate Law

33861

B

Australian Law Journal

37188

B

Australian Property Law Journal

17019

B

Australian Tax Review

35365

B

Banking and Finance Law Review

33118

B

Baylor Law Review

33120

B

Berkeley Business Law Journal

33123

B

Berkeley Journal of Employment and Labor Law: a continuation of industrial relations law journal

33125

B

Berkeley Journal of International Law

33128

B

Bio-Science Law Review

33131

B

Boston College Environmental Affairs Law Review

33133

B

Boston College International and Comparative Law Review

33134

B

Boston College Law Review

33135

B

Boston College Third World Law Journal

33136

B

Boston University International Law Journal

33140

B

Brigham Young University Education and Law Journal

33142

B

Brigham Young University Law Review

33146

B

Brooklyn Law Review

35429

B

Bulletin for International Taxation

41563

B

Business Law International

33141

B

BYU Journal of Public Law

33866

B

Cambrian Law Review

33868

B

Canadian Bar Review

35492

B

Canadian Criminal Law Review

35493

B

Canadian Labour and Employment Law Journal

36749

B

Canadian Yearbook of International Law

35496

B

Capital Markets Law Journal

33169

B

Cardozo Arts and Entertainment Law Journal

33171

B

Cardozo Journal of International and Comparative Law

35500

B

Cardozo Journal of Law and Gender

33173

B

Cardozo Law Review

33176

B

Case Western Reserve Journal of International Law

33179

B

Cato Supreme Court Review

33185

B

Chicago – Kent Law Review

33182

B

Chicago Journal of International Law

33188

B

Child Welfare: journal of policy, practice and program

33190

B

Chinese Journal of International Law

36638

B

Climate and Carbon Law Review

35505

B

Colorado Journal of International Environmental Law and Policy

33196

B

Columbia Business Law Review

33198

B

Columbia Journal of Asian Law

33201

B

Columbia Journal of Gender and Law

33872

B

Columbia Journal of Law and the Arts: a quarterly journal of law and the arts, entertainment, communications and intellectual property

33204

B

Columbia Science and Technology Law Review

33205

B

CommLaw Conspectus: Journal of Communications Law and Policy

33209

B

Company and Securities Law Journal

35559

B

Company Lawyer

35514

B

Competition and Consumer Law Journal

36687

B

Computer Law and Security Report

33214

B

Connecticut Journal of International Law

33215

B

Connecticut Law Review

35522

B

Constitutional Law and Policy Review

35524

B

Construction Law International

30501

B

Construction Law Journal

33222

B

Cornell International Law Journal

36752

B

Corporate Governance International

33233

B

Criminal Law Forum: official journal of the Society for the Reform of Criminal Law

41469

B

De Jure

33245

B

Delaware Journal of Corporate Law

33247

B

Denver Journal of International Law and Policy

33248

B

Denver University Law Review

33251

B

DePaul Journal of Health Care Law

33259

B

Duke Environmental Law and Policy Forum

36777

B

Duke Journal of Comparative and International Law

36768

B

Duke Journal of Constitutional Law and Public Policy

33262

B

Duke Journal of Gender Law and Policy

33266

B

Duquesne Law Review

33270

B

Edinburgh Law Review: an international forum for the discussion of law

33274

B

Election Law Journal

40830

B

Electronic Government: an international journal

33278

B

Emory International Law Review

33279

B

Emory Law Journal

33282

B

Energy Law Journal

17107

B

Environmental and Planning Law Journal

36786

B

Environmental Liability

33300

B

European Human Rights Law Review

33301

B

European Intellectual Property Review

33307

B

European Law Journal

33309

B

European Public Law

33311

B

European Review of Private Law

36787

B

European Taxation

33314

B

Family Law Quarterly

33317

B

Federal Circuit Bar Journal: the national quarterly review of the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit

33881

B

Federal Courts Law Review

33324

B

Flinders Journal of Law Reform

33329

B

Florida Law Review

33336

B

Fordham Intellectual Property, Media and Entertainment Law Journal

33337

B

Fordham International Law Journal

33338

B

Fordham Journal of Corporate and Financial Law

33339

B

Fordham Law Review

36685

B

Frontiers of Law in China: selected publications from chinese Universities

33344

B

George Mason Law Review

33345

B

George Mason University Civil Rights Law Journal

33346

B

George Washington International Law Review

33885

B

Georgetown International Environmental Law Review

33350

B

Georgetown Journal of Law and Public Policy

35470

B

Georgetown Journal on Poverty Law and Policy

33352

B

Georgia Journal of International and Comparative Law

33353

B

Georgia Law Review

40347

B

German Law Journal

33375

B

Harvard Journal on Legislation

33889

B

Hastings Business Law Journal

36793

B

Hastings Communications and Entertainment Law Journal

33381

B

Hastings Constitutional Law Quarterly

33382

B

Hastings International and Comparative Law Review

33386

B

Hastings Women’s Law Journal

32874

B

Health Economics, Policy and Law

33394

B

Hofstra Labor and Employment Law Journal

33395

B

Hofstra Law Review

33397

B

Hong Kong Law Journal

33399

B

Houston Journal of Health Law and Policy

33401

B

Houston Law Review

33405

B

Human Rights Law Journal

20873

B

Idea (Concord): the intellectual property law review

41856

B

IIC International Review of Intellectual Property and Competition Law

33412

B

ILSA Journal of International and Comparative Law

33415

B

Indiana International and Comparative Law Review

33416

B

Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies

33417

B

Indiana Law Journal

37153

B

Insolvency Law Journal

35455

B

Intellectual Property Journal

33422

B

Intellectual Property Quarterly

33964

B

Inter-American Law Review

36759

B

International Construction Law Review

41865

B

International Journal of Criminal Justice Sciences

33435

B

International Journal of Discrimination and the Law

17184

B

International Journal of Law and Psychiatry

35452

B

International Journal of Law Crime and Justice

33437

B

International Journal of Law in Context

33896

B

International Journal of Marine and Coastal Law

36823

B

International Labmate

19757

B

International Labour Review

33897

B

International Lawyer

33450

B

Iowa Law Review

33899

B

Irish Jurist

36832

B

Israel Yearbook of Human Rights

36814

B

Ius et Lex

33462

B

Journal of African Law

33903

B

Journal of Appellate Practice and Process

33467

B

Journal of Asian Culture

33908

B

Journal of Comparative Law

32889

B

Journal of Competition Law and Economics

35655

B

Journal of Consumer Policy: consumer issues in law, economics and behavioral sciences

33909

B

Journal of Contemporary Health Law and Policy

33911

B

Journal of Corporation Law

33477

B

Journal of Dispute Resolution

33915

B

Journal of Gender, Race and Justice

33489

B

Journal of Health Care Law and Policy

35562

B

Journal of Human Rights

33183

B

Journal of Intellectual Property

35442

B

Journal of Judicial Administration

35441

B

Journal of Land Use and Environmental Law

33515

B

Journal of Law and Policy

35440

B

Journal of Law and Politics (Japan)

33918

B

Journal of Law and Politics (USA)

33920

B

Journal of Law and Religion

33525

B

Journal of Legislation

33526

B

Journal of Maritime Law and Commerce

33527

B

Journal of National Security Law and Policy

34228

B

Journal of Social Welfare and Family Law

19107

B

Journal of Taxation: a national journal of current developments, analysis, and commentary for tax professionals

33540

B

Journal of the Australasian Tax Teachers Association

33546

B

Journal of Tort Law

35473

B

Journal of Transnational Law and Policy

33549

B

Journal on Telecommunications and High Technology Law

33550

B

Judicature: journal of the American Judicature Society

33934

B

Juridical Review: law journal of Scottish universities

36649

B

Jurists Review

33554

B

Kansas Journal of Law and Public Policy

33556

B

King’s Law Journal

35386

B

Law and Financial Markets Review

36653

B

Law and Human Genome Review

33566

B

Law and Inequality: a journal of theory and practice

35383

B

Law in Context

36815

B

Law, Probability and Risk: a journal of reasoning under uncertainty

36657

B

Legisprudence:International Journal for the Study of Legislation

36658

B

Local Government Law Journal

33592

B

Loyola of Los Angeles Entertainment Law Review

35377

B

Loyola of Los Angeles International and Comparative Law Review

33594

B

Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review

33597

B

Maastricht Journal of European and Comparative Law

33608

B

Maryland Law Review

33609

B

McGeorge Law Review

35374

B

Media and Arts Law Review

35373

B

Medicine and Law: an international journal

33615

B

Melbourne Journal of International Law

33621

B

Michigan Journal of Race and Law

33626

B

Michigan Telecommunications and Technology Law Review

33630

B

Minnesota Journal of Law, Science and Technology

33653

B

New York Law School Law Review

33655

B

New York University Annual Survey of American Law

33659

B

New York University Journal of Legislation and Public Policy

37240

B

New Zealand Family Law Journal

35369

B

New Zealand Journal of Public and International Law

33664

B

New Zealand Law Journal

36674

B

New Zealand Yearbook of International Law

33672

B

North Carolina Journal of Law and Technology

33673

B

North Carolina Law Review

33678

B

Northwestern Journal of International Law and Business

36681

B

Ocean Yearbook

33694

B

Ohio State Journal of Criminal Law

33695

B

Ohio State Journal on Dispute Resolution

33696

B

Ohio State Law Journal

33700

B

Oklahoma Law Review

33701

B

Oregon Law Review

33706

B

Otago Law Review

35507

B

Oxford University Commonwealth Law Journal

33716

B

Penn State International Law Review

33719

B

Pepperdine Law Review

33139

B

Public Interest Law Journal

33739

B

Real Property, Trust and Estate Law Journal

35364

B

Review of European Community and International Environmental Law

33661

B

Review of Law and Social Change

36690

B

Revue Quebecoise de Droit International

33764

B

Rutgers Law Journal

33766

B

Rutgers Law Review

33772

B

Santa Clara Computer and High Technology Law Journal

35363

B

Scottish Law and Practice Quarterly

33777

B

Seattle Journal for Social Justice

41845

B

South African Mercantile Law Journal

33797

B

Southern California Interdisciplinary Law Journal

33799

B

Southern California Review of Law and Social Justice

33810

B

St. Louis University Public Law Review

33813

B

Stanford Environmental Law Journal

33816

B

Stanford Journal of Law, Business and Finance

33817

B

Stanford Law and Policy Review

33819

B

Stanford Technology Law Review: an online high-technology law journal

33821

B

Stellenbosch Law Review

36733

B

Sur – International Journal on Human Rights

33835

B

Temple International and Comparative Law Journal

33836

B

Temple Law Review

33841

B

Texas Intellectual Property Law Journal

33844

B

Texas Journal of Women and the Law

33848

B

Texas Review of Law and Politics

35400

B

The American University Journal of Gender, Social Policy and the Law

33200

B

The Columbia Journal of European Law

33332

B

The Florida Tax Review

33348

B

The Georgetown Journal of Gender and the Law

35398

B

The I C F A I Journal of Alternative Dispute Resolution

33893

B

The International Journal of Comparative Labour Law and Industrial Relations

35549

B

The Journal of International Maritime Law

35439

B

The Journal of Law, Economics and Policy

35426

B

The Journal of Science and Technology Law

40349

B

The Law and Practice of International Courts and Tribunals: a practitioners’ journal

33642

B

The Natural Resources Journal

33755

B

The Richmond Journal of Law and Technology

33984

B

Tort Law Review

33986

B

Torts Law Journal

35359

B

Transnational Law and Contemporary Problems

36739

B

Tsinghua Law (Qinghua Faxue)

33993

B

Tulane Environmental Law Journal

33994

B

Tulane Journal of International and Comparative Law

33995

B

Tulane Journal of Technology and Intellectual Property

33996

B

Tulane Law Review

34004

B

UC Davis Law Review

34006

B

UCLA Entertainment Law Review

35357

B

UCLA Journal of Environmental Law and Policy

34008

B

UCLA Journal of International Law and Foreign Affairs

34012

B

UCLA Pacific Basin Law Journal

34014

B

UMKC Law Review

34025

B

University of Chicago Legal Forum

34026

B

University of Cincinnati Law Review

34027

B

University of Colorado Law Review

35356

B

University of Illinois Journal of Law, Technology and Policy

34034

B

University of Illinois Law Review

34040

B

University of Miami Law Review

33669

B

University of North Carolina School of Law Banking Institute

34045

B

University of Pennsylvania Journal of Business and Employment Law

34046

B

University of Pennsylvania Journal of Constitutional Law

34047

B

University of Pennsylvania Journal of International Law

34050

B

University of Pittsburgh Law Review

33967

B

University of Queensland Law Journal

34056

B

University of Tasmania Law Review

34058

B

University of Toronto Faculty of Law Review

33970

B

University of Western Australia Law Review

34070

B

Victoria University of Wellington Law Review

34075

B

Virginia Environmental Law Journal

34077

B

Virginia Journal of Law and Technology

33973

B

Virginia Journal of Social Policy and the Law

34088

B

Washington and Lee Law Review

34091

B

Washington University Journal of Law and Policy

34092

B

Washington University Law Review

34105

B

William and Mary Bill of Rights Journal

34107

B

William and Mary Environmental Law and Policy Review

34106

B

William and Mary Journal of Women and the Law

34108

B

William and Mary Law Review

34118

B

Yale Human Rights and Development Law Journal

34121

B

Yale Journal of Law and the Humanities

35457

B

Yearbook of European Law

35403

B

Yearbook of the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea.

40348

B

Zeitschrift fuer Japanisches Recht

33046

C

Acta Juridica

35395

C

Advocates’ Quarterly

41380

C

African Human Rights Law Journal

33050

C

African Journal of Legal Studies

35396

C

AIAL National Lecture Series on Administrative Law

33051

C

AIPLA Quarterly Journal

33054

C

Akron Intellecutal Property Journal

33055

C

Akron Law Review

33056

C

Akron Tax Journal

33058

C

Alaska Law Review

33059

C

Albany Government Law Review

35397

C

Albany Law Journal of Science and Technology

33061

C

Albany Law Review

33063

C

ALI – ABA Business Law Course Materials Journal

33064

C

ALI – ABA Estate Planning Course Materials Journal

33076

C

American Journal of Trial Advocacy

33857

C

American Review of International Arbitration

33081

C

Animal Law

40190

C

Annuaire Francais de Droit International

33084

C

Annual Review of Banking and Financial Law

33683

C

Annual Survey of Bankruptcy Law

33086

C

Annual Survey of International and Comparative Law

41457

C

Annual Survey of South African Law

33858

C

Antitrust Bulletin

33090

C

Appalachian Journal of Law

33091

C

Arab Law Quarterly

36625

C

Arbitration (London, 1915)

40186

C

Archiv fuer die Civilistische Praxis

33095

C

Arkansas Law Review

16980

C

Asia Pacific Journal of Environmental Law

19055

C

Asia Pacific Journal of Taxation

16982

C

Asia Pacific Law Review

33102

C

Asper Review of International Business and Trade Law

33103

C

Ateneo Law Journal

33104

C

Auckland University Law Review

35414

C

Australian and New Zealand Sports Law Journal

37154

C

Australian Bar Review

36630

C

Australian Civil Liability

35416

C

Australian Crime Prosecution Law Journal

35418

C

Australian Indigenous Law Review

33108

C

Australian International Law Journal

35420

C

Australian Judiciary Law Journal

35421

C

Australian Law Librarian

35422

C

Australian Resources and Energy Law Journal

36633

C

Australian Superannuation Law Bulletin

35423

C

Australian Taxation Law Journal

36746

C

Australian Yearbook of International Law

33113

C

Austrian Review of International and European Law

33114

C

Ave Maria Law Review

33862

C

Banking Law Journal

44889

C

Baurechtliche Blaetter

33121

C

Berkeley Journal of African-American Law and Policy

33122

C

Berkeley Journal of Criminal Law

33126

C

Berkeley La Raza Law Journal

33129

C

Biotechnology Law Report

33130

C

Bond Law Review

33863

C

Bracton Law Journal

33145

C

Brooklyn Journal of International Law

33147

C

Buffalo Environmental Law Journal

33148

C

Buffalo Human Rights Law Review

33149

C

Buffalo Intellectual Property Law Journal

33150

C

Buffalo Law Review

35428

C

Buffalo Women’s Law Journal

36747

C

Building and Construction Law Journal

33153

C

Business Law Review

33154

C

Business Law Today

33865

C

Business Lawyer

40192

C

Cahiers de Droit Europeen

33156

C

California Western International Law Journal

33157

C

California Western Law Review

33158

C

Campbell Law Review

33159

C

Canada – United States Law Journal

33163

C

Canadian Journal of Law and Technology

33165

C

Canadian Law Library Review

33167

C

Canberra Law Review

33870

C

Canterbury Law Review

33168

C

Capital University Law Review

33174

C

Cardozo Public Law, Policy and Ethics Journal

33175

C

Caribbean Law Review

33177

C

Case Western Reserve Law Review

33178

C

Catholic University Law Review

33181

C

Charleston Law Review

33184

C

Chicago-Kent Journal of International and Comparative Law

33186

C

Chicano – Latino Law Review

20539

C

Children and Society: the international journal of childhood and children’s services

33189

C

Children’s Legal Rights Journal

33192

C

Clearinghouse Review

33193

C

Cleveland State Law Review

33871

C

Columbia Journal of East European Law

36756

C

Commercial Law Journal

35553

C

Commercial Law Quarterly

33210

C

Comparative and International Law Journal of Southern Africa

35515

C

Competition Law Journal

33212

C

Computer and Telecommunications Law Review

35518

C

Computer Law Review International: a journal of information law and technology

33213

C

Connecticut Insurance Law Journal

33219

C

Consumer Finance Law Quarterly Report

33220

C

Contemporary Issues in Law

36750

C

Copyright Reporter

36751

C

Corporate Governance eJournal

33226

C

Corporate Taxation

33227

C

Court Review: The Journal of the American Judges Association

33228

C

Creighton Law Review

40968

C

Crimes and Misdemeanours: deviance and the law in historical perspective

33230

C

Criminal Justice Policy Review

33231

C

Criminal Justice Review

33232

C

Criminal Law Bulletin

33875

C

Criminal Law Quarterly

33238

C

Cumberland Law Review

35417

C

Current Family Law

33240

C

Currents: International Trade Law Journal

33241

C

Dalhousie Journal of Legal Studies

33243

C

Deakin Law Review

33244

C

Defense Counsel Journal

33246

C

Delaware Law Review

33878

C

Denning Law Journal

33249

C

DePaul Business and Commercial Law Journal

36769

C

DePaul Journal of Art and Entertainment Law

33253

C

DePaul Law Review

40109

C

Digital Evidence and Electronic Signature Law Review

36775

C

Digital Technology Law Journal

36797

C

Diritto Marittimo: rivista trimestrale di dottrina giurisprudenza legislazione italiana e straniera

33256

C

Drake Journal of Agricultural Law

33257

C

Drake Law Review

33258

C

Dublin University Law Journal

33265

C

Duquesne Business Law Journal

33267

C

East West Review of Labor Law and Social Policy

36781

C

EC Tax Review

33268

C

Ecclesiastical Law Journal

33271

C

Education and Law Journal

17100

C

Education and the Law

35372

C

ELaw Journal

35520

C

Elder Law Review

33275

C

Electronic Journal of Comparative Law

33276

C

ELSA Selected Papers on European Law

33280

C

Employee Relations Law Journal

33281

C

Employee Rights and Employment Policy Journal

41554

C

Entertainment and Sports Law Journal

33283

C

Entertainment and Sports Lawyer

33284

C

Entertainment Law Review (UK)

33327

C

Entertainment Law Review (US)

33880

C

Entreprenurial Business Law Journal

33285

C

Environmental and Energy Law and Policy Journal

33287

C

Environmental Claims Journal

36785

C

Environmental Law Review

35483

C

Environmental Policy and Law

33290

C

Environs (Davis): environmental law and policy journal

33291

C

Erasmus Law and Economics Review

33292

C

Estate Planning (New York, 1973)

35479

C

Europarecht

33294

C

European Business Law Review

35477

C

European Company Law

33296

C

European Competition Journal

33298

C

European Constitutional Law Review

33299

C

European Energy and Environmental Law Review

33302

C

European Journal of Health Law

33304

C

European Journal of Law Reform

33305

C

European Journal of Legal Studies

33310

C

European Review of Contract Law

33312

C

Family Advocate

35474

C

Family Law Review

33315

C

FDCC Quarterly

33316

C

Federal Circuit Bar Journal

33320

C

Federal Sentencing Reporter

33325

C

Florida A & M University Law Review

33326

C

Florida Coastal Law Journal

33328

C

Florida Journal of International Law

33331

C

Florida State University Law Review

33334

C

For the Defense

33335

C

Fordham Environmental Law Review

33340

C

Fordham Urban Law Journal

33341

C

Franchise Law Journal

41691

C

Fundamina: A Journal of Legal History

33343

C

Gaming Law Review and Economics

33354

C

Georgia State University Law Review

33356

C

Glendale Law Review

33357

C

Global Jurist

33359

C

Golden Gate University Law Review

33360

C

Gonzaga Journal of International Law

33361

C

Gonzaga Law Review

33366

C

Hamline Journal of Public Law and Policy

33367

C

Hamline Law Review

33368

C

Harvard Blackletter Law Journal

33376

C

Harvard Latino Law Review

33377

C

Harvard Law and Policy Review

33383

C

Hastings Law Journal

33384

C

Hastings Race and Poverty Law Journal

33385

C

Hastings West-Northwest Journal of Environmental Law and Policy

33387

C

Health and Human Rights: an international journal

33735

C

Health Law Journal (Canada)

33389

C

Health Law Journal (US)

33390

C

Health Law Review

33391

C

Health Matrix: Journal of Law-Medicine

36795

C

Hertfordshire Law Journal

33393

C

Hibernian Law Journal

33398

C

Houston Business and Tax Law Journal

33400

C

Houston Journal of International Law

33402

C

Howard Law Journal

33403

C

Howard Scroll: The Social Justice Law Review

33404

C

Human Rights Brief

33408

C

ICSID Review: foreign investment law journal

33409

C

Idaho Law Review

33413

C

Indian Journal of International Law

33414

C

Indiana Health Law Review

33418

C

Indiana Law Review

36765

C

Indigenous Law Bulletin

40487

C

INSAF: Malaysian Bar Journal

37165

C

INSOL International Insolvency Review: journal of the international association of insolvency professionals

36763

C

Insolvency Law Bulletin

35387

C

Insurance and Reinsurance Law Briefing

37174

C

Insurance Law Journal

35543

C

Intellectual Property Forum

33421

C

Intellectual Property Law Bulletin

33424

C

International and Comparative Corporate Law Journal

34039

C

International and Comparative Law Review

33426

C

International Arbitration Law Review

35551

C

International Business Lawyer

33428

C

International Commentary on Evidence

33429

C

International Community Law Review

35534

C

International Company and Commercial Law Review

30157

C

International Criminal Justice Review

36813

C

International Criminal Law Review

41025

C

International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics

33432

C

International Journal of Communications Law and Policy

41866

C

International Journal of Cyber Criminology

35453

C

International Journal of Disclosure and Governance

33439

C

International Journal of Legal Information

41262

C

International Journal of Liability and Scientific Enquiry

41287

C

International Journal of Nuclear Law

37161

C

International Journal of Shipping Law

33445

C

International Journal on Minority and Group Rights

33446

C

International Organizations Law Review

33449

C

International Review of Law, Computers and Technology

40442

C

International Trade and Business Law Review

36828

C

International Trade Law and Regulation

37156

C

International VAT Monitor

35533

C

Intertax: international tax review

40200

C

IP Rax – Praxis de Internationalen Privat- und Verfahrensrechts

36808

C

Irish Journal of European Law

33451

C

Irish Journal of Family Law

36831

C

Irish Planning and Environmental Law

33411

C

Israel Defense Forces Law Review

33454

C

Israel Law Review

35451

C

Issues in Law and Medicine

33457

C

James Cook University Law Review

33458

C

Jersey and Guernsey Law Review

33900

C

John Marshall Journal of Computer and Information Law

33901

C

John Marshall Law Review

33902

C

John Marshall Review of Intellectual Property Law

33460

C

Journal of Academic Legal Studies

35532

C

Journal of Arts Management, Law, and Society

33684

C

Journal of Bankruptcy Law and Practice

33904

C

Journal of BioLaw and Business

33469

C

Journal of Catholic Legal Studies

33907

C

Journal of College and University Law

33470

C

Journal of Commonwealth Law and Legal Education

33472

C

Journal of Conflict and Security Law

33473

C

Journal of Constitutional Law in Eastern and Central Europe

33910

C

Journal of Contemporary Legal Issues

33912

C

Journal of Criminal Law

35530

C

Journal of Energy and Development

35449

C

Journal of Energy and Natural Resources Law

33481

C

Journal of Environmental Law and Litigation

44299

C

Journal of Environmental Law and Practice

33484

C

Journal of European Criminal Law

33485

C

Journal of Food Law and Policy

33486

C

Journal of Hate Studies

33487

C

Journal of Health and Biomedical Law

33488

C

Journal of Health and Life Sciences Law

33491

C

Journal of High Technology Law

33494

C

Journal of Intellectual Property Law and Practice

33496

C

Journal of International Arbitration

41876

C

Journal of International Banking Law and Regulation

35447

C

Journal of International Biotechnology Law

35446

C

Journal of International Commercial Law

35445

C

Journal of International Commercial Law and Technology

33501

C

Journal of International Law and International Relations

33502

C

Journal of International Media and Entertainment Law

35444

C

Journal of International Trade Law and Policy

35443

C

Journal of International Wildlife Law and Policy

33504

C

Journal of Islamic Law and Culture

33505

C

Journal of Islamic State Practices in International Law

33506

C

Journal of Korean Law

33511

C

Journal of Law and Border Studies

33510

C

Journal of Law and Family Studies

33513

C

Journal of Law and Health

30549

C

Journal of Law and Public Policy

33919

C

Journal of Law and Social Challenges

33516

C

Journal of Law and Social Policy

33519

C

Journal of Law, Philosophy and Culture

33521

C

Journal of Legal Aspects of Sport

20485

C

Journal of Legal Studies Education

33523

C

Journal of Legal Studies in Business (Athens)

33524

C

Journal of Legal Technology Risk Management

36043

C

Journal of Malaysian and Comparative Law

35434

C

Journal of Medicine and Law

33528

C

Journal of Natural Resources and Environmental Law

35430

C

Journal of Psychiatry and Law

33533

C

Journal of South Pacific Law

33534

C

Journal of Space Law

36773

C

Journal of Sports Law and Contemporary Problems

33535

C

Journal of State Taxation

33536

C

Journal of Supreme Court History

33537

C

Journal of Taxation of Investments

33538

C

Journal of Technology Law and Policy

33931

C

Journal of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law

36645

C

Journal of the Asia-Pacific Centre for Environmental Accountability

33539

C

Journal of the Association of Legal Writing Directors

36646

C

Journal of the Center for Families, Children and the Courts

33543

C

Journal of the History of International Law

33544

C

Journal of the National Association of Administrative Law Judiciary

33545

C

Journal of the Patent and Trademark Office Society

33756

C

Journal of the Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation

33039

C

Journal of Transportation Law, Logistics and Policy

40218

C

Judicial Officers’ Bulletin

40201

C

Juristische Blaetter: mit Beilage Wirtschaftsrechtliche Blaetter: Wbl

33552

C

Justice System Journal

33553

C

Juvenile and Family Court Journal

33555

C

Kentucky Law Journal

33558

C

Korean Journal of International and Comparative Law

36652

C

Land, Rights, Laws: Issues of Native Title

33564

C

Law and Business Review of the Americas

33568

C

Law and Psychology Review

33937

C

Law and Society Journal at the University of California, Santa Barbara

40182

C

Law Institute Journal

35382

C

Law Teacher

33570

C

Law, Environment and Development Journal

35381

C

Law, Social Justice and Global Development

35380

C

Lawasia Journal: journal of law assocciation for asia and the pacific

36655

C

Legal Issues in Business

33575

C

Legal Reference Services Quarterly

33577

C

Legal Studies Forum: an interdisciplinary journal

35378

C

Les Cahiers de Droit: consultation du dernier numero

33580

C

Lesotho Law Journal: a journal of law and development

33581

C

Lewis and Clark Law Review

33582

C

Liberty University Law Review

33583

C

Lincoln Law Review

33584

C

Liverpool Law Review: a journal of contemporary legal issues

33586

C

Louisiana Law Review: promoting legal scholarship in the community

33587

C

Loyola Consumer Law Review

33588

C

Loyola Journal of Public Interest Law

33589

C

Loyola Law and Technology Annual

33590

C

Loyola Law Review

33591

C

Loyola Maritime Law Journal

33596

C

Loyola University Chicago Law Journal

33598

C

Macquarie Journal of Business Law

33599

C

Macquarie Journal of International and Comparative Environmental Law

33600

C

Macquarie Law Journal

33601

C

Maine Law Review

33602

C

Manchester Journal of International Economic Law

33603

C

Manitoba Law Journal

33604

C

Marquette Elder’s Advisor

33605

C

Marquette Intellectual Property Law Review

33606

C

Marquette Law Review

33607

C

Marquette Sports Law Review

41938

C

Masaryk University Journal of Law and Technology

33614

C

Medical Trial Technique Quarterly

34330

C

Medicine Science and the Law

33617

C

Mercer Law Review

33623

C

Michigan State Journal of International Law

33624

C

Michigan State Law Review

33627

C

Military Law Review

33628

C

Minnesota Journal of Business Law and Entrepreneurship

33632

C

Mississippi College Law Review

33633

C

Mississippi Law Journal

33634

C

Missouri Environmental Law and Policy Review

33635

C

Missouri Law Review

33637

C

Montana Law Review

33638

C

Muslim World Journal of Human Rights

36826

C

Nanjing University Law Review

33639

C

National Black Law Journal

33640

C

National Journal of Constitutional Law

36669

C

National Law Review

33940

C

Naval Law Review

33643

C

Nebraska Law Review

40171

C

Netherlands Yearbook of International Law

33646

C

Nevada Law Journal

33648

C

New England Journal of International and Comparative Law

33649

C

New England Journal on Criminal and Civil Confinement

33650

C

New England Law Review

42022

C

New Labor Forum

35547

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New Law Journal

33651

C

New Mexico Law Review

33656

C

New York University Environmental Law Journal

33654

C

New York University. Annual Institute on Federal Taxation.

33662

C

New Zealand Armed Forces Law Review

37164

C

New Zealand Business Law Quarterly

37172

C

New Zealand Intellectual Property Journal

33663

C

New Zealand Journal of Environmental Law

33941

C

Newcastle Law Review

33667

C

Nexus (Orange): a journal of opinion

33668

C

Nordic Journal of Commercial Law

33670

C

North Carolina Central Law Journal

33671

C

North Carolina Journal of International Law and Commercial Regulation

33674

C

North Dakota Law Review

33675

C

Northern Illinois University Law Review

33677

C

Northern Kentucky Law Review

33681

C

Northwestern Journal of International Human Rights

33680

C

Northwestern Journal of Technology and Intellectual Property

33685

C

Notre Dame Journal of Law, Ethics and Public Policy

33687

C

Nottingham Law Journal

33688

C

Nova Law Review

33658

C

NYU Journal of Law and Business

33689

C

NYU Journal of Law and Liberty

33690

C

Oak Brook College Journal of Law and Government Policy

33691

C

Ocean and Coastal Law Journal: legal and policy journal on U.S. Ocean and coastal law

33692

C

Ocean Development and International Law

33693

C

Ohio Northern University Law Review

33697

C

Oil, Gas and Energy Quarterly

33698

C

Oklahoma City University Law Review

33702

C

Oregon Review of International Law

33703

C

Original Law Review

33704

C

Osaka University Law Review

40083

C

Oxford University Comparative Law Forum

33710

C

Pace Environmental Law Review

33711

C

Pace International Law Review

33712

C

Pace Law Review

33713

C

Pacific McGeorge Global Business and Development Law Journal

33715

C

Penn State Environmental Law Review

33717

C

Penn State Law Review

33718

C

Pepperdine Dispute Resolution Law Journal

33720

C

Philippine Law Journal

33721

C

Pierce Law Review

33723

C

Pittsburgh Tax Review

36688

C

Pro Minoritate

7540

C

Prometheus (Abingdon)

33727

C

Public Contract Law Journal

33728

C

Public Health Law and Policy Journal

33730

C

Public Land and Resources Law Review

36689

C

Public Space: the Journal of Law and Social Justice

36803

C

Queensland Lawyer

33734

C

Queensland University of Technology Law and Justice Journal

33732

C

Quinnipiac Law Review

33944

C

Quinnipiac Probate Law Journal

35367

C

Razprave in Gradivo: revija za narodnostna vprasanja

33737

C

Real Estate Law Journal

33738

C

Real Estate Taxation

33741

C

Regent Journal of International Law: a forum for a judeo-christian perspective on international law

33742

C

Regent University Law Review

35366

C

Religion and Human Rights: an international journal

33745

C

Review of Central and East European Law

33746

C

Review of Constitutional Studies

33749

C

Revista de Derecho Puertorrique?o

33750

C

Revista del Colegio de Abogados de Puerto Rico

40189

C

Revue Belge de Droit International

40191

C

Revue Generale de Droit International Public: droit des gens, histoire diplomatique, droit penal, droit fiscal, droit administratif

18629

C

Revue Internationale de Droit Economique: lieu de rencontre international entre juristes et economistes

36802

C

Revue juridique polyne?sienne

33754

C

Richmond Journal of Global Law and Business

33758

C

Roger Williams University Law Review

33759

C

Roman Legal Tradition: a journal of ancient medieval and modern civil law

33761

C

Rutgers Computer and Technology Law Journal

33763

C

Rutgers Journal of Law and Public Policy

36698

C

Rutgers Journal of Law and Religion

36699

C

Rutgers Race and the Law Review

41928

C

SA Public Law

33768

C

Saint Louis University Law Journal

33769

C

San Diego International Law Journal

33770

C

San Diego Law Review

33771

C

San Joaquin Agricultural Law Review

33774

C

Santa Clara Law Review

33775

C

Saskatchewan Law Review

40205

C

Savigny-Stiftung fuer Rechtsgeschichte. Zeitschrift. Kanonistische Abteilung

33948

C

Scribes Journal of Legal Writing

40068

C

Script ed

33778

C

Seattle University Law Review

33781

C

Seton Hall Journal of Sports and Entertainment Law

33782

C

Seton Hall Law Review

33783

C

Seton Hall Legislative Journal

36628

C

Sexualis Lex

33784

C

Shidler Journal of Law, Commerce and Technology

33785

C

Singapore Academy of Law Journal

33787

C

Singapore Law Review

41852

C

South African Journal of Environmental Law and Policy

41576

C

South African Yearbook of International Law

33792

C

South Carolina Journal of International Law and Business

33793

C

South Carolina Law Review

33794

C

South Dakota Law Review

33795

C

South Texas Law Review

33796

C

Southeastern Environmental Law Journal

36801

C

Southern Cross University Law Review

33800

C

Southern Illinois University Law Journal

33801

C

Southern Law Journal

33803

C

Southern University Law Review

33805

C

Southwestern University Law Review

41553

C

Speculum Juris

35362

C

Sports Law eJournal

33807

C

Sri Lanka Journal of International Law

33808

C

St. John’s Journal of Legal Commentary

33809

C

St. John’s Law Review

33811

C

St. Mary’s Law Journal

33812

C

St. Thomas Law Review

33814

C

Stanford Journal of Civil Rights and Civil Liberties

33822

C

Stetson Law Review

33823

C

Suffolk Journal of Trial and Appellate Advocacy

33824

C

Suffolk Transnational Law Review

33825

C

Suffolk University Law Review

33828

C

Syracuse Journal of International Law and Commerce

33829

C

Syracuse Law Review

33830

C

Syracuse Science and Technology Law Reporter

36800

C

Telecommunications Journal of Australia

33956

C

Temple Environment Law and Technology Journal

33837

C

Temple Political and Civil Rights Law Review

33839

C

Tennessee Law Review

33840

C

Texas Hispanic Journal of Law and Policy

33843

C

Texas Journal of Oil, Gas and Energy Law

33845

C

Texas Journal on Civil Liberties and Civil Rights

35361

C

Texas Review of Entertainment and Sports Law

33849

C

Texas Tech Administrative Law Journal

33850

C

Texas Tech Law Review

33851

C

Texas Wesleyan Law Review

36729

C

The Arbitrator and Mediator

35427

C

The Brooklyn Journal of Corporate, Financial and Commercial Law

33151

C

The Buffalo Public Interest Law Journal

35491

C

The Cambridge Yearbook of European Legal Studies

33216

C

The Connecticut Public Interest Law Journal

33225

C

The Corporate Governance Law Review

33879

C

The Elder Law Journal

33319

C

The Federal Lawyer

40172

C

The Finnish Yearbook of International Law

33363

C

The Green Bag: an entertaining journal of law

33890

C

The High Court Quarterly Review

33895

C

The International Journal of Human Rights

33440

C

The International Journal of Punishment and Sentencing

33921

C

The Journal of Law in Society

30266

C

The Journal of Migration and Refugee Issues

33930

C

The Journal of Southern Legal History

33933

C

The Journal of Water Law

33548

C

The Journal of World Intellectual Property

33456

C

The Journals of Legal Scholarship. Issues in Legal Scholarship

40184

C

The Judicial Review: selected papers

33595

C

The Loyola University Chicago International Law Review

40188

C

The Rabel Journal of Comparative and International Private Law (RabelsZ)

33945

C

The Review of Litigation

33760

C

The Rutgers Business Law Journal

33947

C

The Scholar: St. Mary’s Law Review on Minority Issues

41839

C

The Sociology of Law

33806

C

The Sports Lawyers Journal

33952

C

The State and Local Tax Lawyer

33955

C

The Tax Lawyer

34043

C

The UNE Law Journal

34020

C

The University of Baltimore Intellectual Property Law Journal

5990

C

The Urban Lawyer: the national quarterly on state and local government law

34115

C

The World Arbitration and Mediation Review

33979

C

Third World Legal Studies (Year)

33980

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Thomas Jefferson Law Review

33957

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Thomas M Cooley Journal of Practical and Clinical Law

33981

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Thomas M. Cooley Law Review

33982

C

Thurgood Marshall Law Review

33983

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Tilburg Law Review: journal of international and comparative law

35360

C

Tolley’s Trust Law International

33985

C

Tort Trial and Insurance Practice Law Journal

35448

C

Tottel’s Journal of Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Law

33987

C

Touro Law Review

33988

C

Transactions: The Tennessee Journal of Business Law

33959

C

Transportation Law Journal: industry leader in multi-modal law, economics and policy

33990

C

Tribal Law Journal

33991

C

Trinity College Law Review

33992

C

Trusts and Trustees

33960

C

Tulane European and Civil Law Forum

33999

C

Tulsa Journal of Comparative and International Law

34000

C

Tulsa Law Review

40165

C

Tydskrif vir die Suid-Afrikaanse Reg: journal of South African law

35358

C

UC Davis Journal of International Law and Policy

34003

C

UC Davis Journal of Juvenile Law and Policy

34009

C

UCLA Journal of Islamic and Near Eastern Law

34010

C

UCLA Journal of Law and Technology

41965

C

Uluslararasi Hukuk ve Politika

34042

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UNB Law Journal

34015

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Unbound: Harvard Journal of the Legal Left

34016

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Uniform Commercial Code Law Journal

34017

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United States-Mexico Law Journal

33752

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Universidad de Puerto Rico. Revista Juridica

33751

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Universidad Interamericana de Puerto Rico. Revista Juridica

34018

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University College Dublin Law Review

34019

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University of Arkansas at Little Rock Law Review

34021

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University of Baltimore Journal of Environmental Law

34023

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University of Baltimore Law Review

34028

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University of Dayton Law Review

34030

C

University of Detroit Mercy Law Review

34032

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University of Hawaii Law Review

33962

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University of Kansas Law Review

34035

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University of La Verne Law Review

34036

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University of Louisville Law Review

34037

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University of Maryland Law Journal of Race, Religion, Gender and Class

33963

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University of Memphis Law Review

34038

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University of Miami Business Law Review

36726

C

University of Notre Dame Australia Law Review

34044

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University of Ottawa Law and Technology Journal

34051

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University of Richmond Law Review

34052

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University of San Francisco Law Review

34053

C

University of San Francisco Maritime Law Journal

34055

C

University of St. Thomas Law Journal

33968

C

University of the District of Columbia Law Review

33969

C

University of Toledo Law Review

34063

C

University of West Los Angeles Law Review

34060

C

University of Western Sydney Law Review

34061

C

Utah Law Review

34062

C

Utrecht Law Review

34064

C

Valparaiso University Law Review

34065

C

Vanderbilt Journal of Entertainment and Technology Law

34068

C

Vermont Journal of Environmental Law

34069

C

Vermont Law Review

33972

C

Villanova Environmental Law Journal

34071

C

Villanova Journal of Law and Investment Management (Online Edition)

34072

C

Villanova Law Review

34073

C

Villanova Sports and Entertainment Law Journal

34078

C

Virginia Law and Business Review

34080

C

Virginia Sports and Entertainment Law Journal

34082

C

Waikato Law Review

34083

C

Wake Forest Intellectual Property Law Journal

34084

C

Wake Forest Law Review

34085

C

War Crimes, Genocide, and Crimes Against Humanity

34086

C

Washburn Law Journal

34087

C

Washington and Lee Journal of Civil Rights and Social Justice

34090

C

Washington University Global Studies Law Review

34029

C

Water Law Review

33974

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Wayne Law Review

34093

C

Web Journal of Current Legal Issues

34094

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West Indian Law Journal

34095

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West Virginia Law Review

34096

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Western Legal History

34097

C

Western New England Law Review

34098

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Western State University Law Review

34100

C

Whittier Law Review

34101

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Widener Law Journal

34102

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Widener Law Review

34103

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Willamette Journal of International Law and Dispute Resolution

34104

C

Willamette Law Review

34109

C

William Mitchell Law Review

34114

C

Women’s Rights Law Reporter

34117

C

Wyoming Law Review

35348

C

Yearbook of New Zealand Jurisprudence

40185

C

Zeitschrift fuer Auslaendisches Oeffentliches Recht und Voelkerrecht

40075

C

Zeitschrift fuer die Gesamte Strafrechtswissenschaft

40199

C

Zeitschrift fuer Europaeisches Privatrecht

40183

C

Zeitschrift fuer Oeffentliches Recht

40198

C

Zeitschrift fuer Rechtsvergleichung, Internationales Privatrecht und Europarecht

40197

C

Zeitschrift fuer Vergleichende Rechtswissenschaft: Archiv fuer Internationales Wirtschaftsrecht

40339

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Australian Animal Protection Law Journal

35375

No rank

Australian Journal of Maritime and Ocean Affairs

35454

No rank

International Journal of Corporate Governance

35431

No rank

International Journal of Private Law

40294

No rank

Journal of Politics and Law

40326

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Journal of the Australasian Law Teachers Association

40325

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The Journal of Applied Law and Policy (JALAP)

http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/LibertarianPapers/~3/SHKibb80h-U/ 2013/04/11 - 07:24

by Walter Block

Abstract: Klein and Clark (2010) initiated a debate about libertarian theory to which this paper hopes to add. Starting with the old libertarian principle of “direct liberty” (adherence to the non-aggression principle) Klein and Clark introduced two new concepts to complete it: “indirect liberty,” and also direct liberty plus indirect liberty, which sums to “overall liberty.” In my critique of this article of theirs (Block, 2011A), I congratulated them for their creativity, but rejected these innovations. In Klein and Clark (2012), these authors responded to my initial criticism. The present essay hopes to fruitfully continue the discussion of these new concepts of liberty.

http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/LibertarianPapers/~3/8lwLzCOVrlQ/ 2013/04/10 - 06:49

by Laura Davidson

Abstract: In his book, Defending the Undefendable, Walter Block (1976) makes the case that an individual counterfeiter of fiat notes does not commit a natural law crime, because money issued by the government is itself counterfeit. Several authors, including Murphy (2006), Machaj (2007), and Davidson (2010), have taken issue with Block’s argument. In Davidson (2010), I maintain that while the issuance and use of fiat currency by the state violates the natural law, fiat notes are not counterfeit, and their use by ordinary people is legitimate. The private counterfeiter is a thief when he exchanges his notes with these innocents, because they are rightful owners of both the fiat currency and the goods for which it is exchanged. Block (2010), in a rejoinder, disputes this on both ethical and utilitarian grounds. The present paper is a response to Block, and an elaboration of my original article. From a natural law perspective, I explore the ethical violations surrounding counterfeiting, and the legitimacy of producing and using fiat money by both the state and the individual.

http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/LibertarianPapers/~3/2d4rr-1k-CY/ 2013/03/12 - 21:21

by Danny Frederick

Abstract: In Escape from Leviathan, Jan Lester sets out a conception of liberty as absence of imposed cost which, he says, advances no moral claim and does not premise an assignment of property rights. He argues that, so conceived, liberty implies libertarian property rules, free-market anarchy, and the maximisation of welfare. However, analysis of Lester’s conception of liberty shows it to be inconsistent with liberty as ordinarily conceived, and further reveals that maximising liberty, as Lester conceives it, would run counter to self-ownership, private property, open markets, and improving welfare. Lester seems to arrive at his conclusions only because, in his arguments, he abandons his own account of liberty and derives his conclusions instead from familiar libertarian assumptions about property rights.

http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/LibertarianPapers/~3/senwQKSzt5A/ 2013/03/05 - 06:50

by Stephan Kinsella

Abstract: An ethic of self-ownership combined with Lockean homesteading of external resources provides a plausible grounding both for anarchist opposition to the state and for an attractive anarchist legal order. Such an ethic can be understood as specifying that each person prima facie has the right to control his or her own body; and that Lockean homesteading, under which the owner of any scarce resource is its first user (or his contractual transferee), should provide the basis for property rights in such previously unowned goods. Given these rules, monopoly privileges like patent and copyright (intellectual property, or IP) cannot be justified, as they infringe on self-ownership-based body-rights and/or property rights in external resources. In this article, I explain why IP rights are inconsistent with the moral grounds for a stateless society’s legal order, and speculate about the practices or laws that might prevail in the absence of IP in such a system.

http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/LibertarianPapers/~3/0DuE8XePXpQ/ 2013/02/28 - 19:29

by Grant Babcock

Abstract: There is a need to develop libertarian responses to writings on race, gender, and sexual orientation. Offering such responses not only demonstrates to potential opponents of libertarian reform that libertarianism can seriously address these issues: libertarian responses can also help us confront forms of “private” oppression that are not per se un-libertarian, but which support state oppression. Drawing on thinkers such as Murray Rothbard, Roderick Long, Charles Johnson, Gene Sharp, Wendy McElroy, and bell hooks, this paper establishes historical links between the intellectual traditions of feminism, nonviolent action, and libertarianism, and explores what a nonviolent, libertarian resistance to patriarchy might look like. By demonstrating the analogies between Sharp’s and Rothbard’s theories of political power and hooks’ theory of patriarchy, this paper shows that Sharp’s techniques for resistance to state tyranny can be adapted for use against patriarchal oppression.

http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/LibertarianPapers/~3/2yMq0gysvus/ 2012/11/29 - 07:16

by James Rolph Edwards

Abstract: James P. Sterba postulates a conflict situation between ‘poor’ and ‘rich’ persons in order to establish the legitimacy of a welfare right superior to unlimited private property rights. Sterba does not recognize the moral options available to the non-poor in his conflict scenario, nor the generally voluntary character of enduring unemployment, or how few people would satisfy his own restrictive criteria for poverty. His definition mischaracterizes the general state of the poor as one of imminent decline when in fact, for most of human history it was one of stasis, and since comparatively free societies emerged, it has been one of general improvement. He fails to grasp that the processes by which others become non-poor in a libertarian society also make most of the poor better off. Consequently, consideration of future generations also turns out to weigh heavily against justification of a welfare right, contrary to Sterba’s claim.

http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/LibertarianPapers/~3/4x4jXHDfsUc/ 2012/11/06 - 02:25

by Kris Borer

Abstract: In his book The Economic Laws of Scientific Research, Terence Kealey deconstructs major misconceptions about scientific research and its relation to the state. He shows, through revisionist history and economic data, that the premises behind common defenses of government funding of science are fallacious. Even though science is related to economic growth, the state cannot boost the economy by injecting funds into scientific research. Also, the state cannot discover which scientific projects are most important because it cannot rely on market signals from the price system. Finally, the state cannot determine the right level of funding for scientific research, because it has no way of knowing which projects will have positive economic impact. Not surprisingly, after showing how the market produces science in a rational way, Kealey recommends a laissez-faire approach to scientific research.

http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/LibertarianPapers/~3/MzmNvJIiIhc/ 2012/11/01 - 09:31

by J.C. Lester

Abstract: Kukathas’s proposed libertarian dilemma is introduced and two key criticisms of it stated. The following critical commentary then makes several main points. Kukathas’s account of libertarianism offers no theory of liberty at all, nor a coherent account of aggression. Consequently, he cannot see that his “Federation of Liberty” is not libertarian by a basic understanding of morals and non-invasive liberty, still less by a more precise theory of liberty. In trying to explain his “Union of Liberty,” Kukathas evinces considerable confusion about the nature of libertarianism. His argument that a monopoly legal system is inevitable is also neither plausible nor libertarian. He has apparently overlooked the cogent arguments against Nozickian minarchy, and in favor of anarchy. It is concluded that the neglect of libertarian theories of liberty and anarchy is the underlying problem.

http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/LibertarianPapers/~3/WCqIJnf4FuU/ 2012/10/23 - 16:32

by Dan Mahoney

Abstract: In this article, two separate aspects of Mises’ famous economic calculation argument are identified. The first concerns the fact that the profit-and-loss calculations that drive economic decisions regarding factors of production under capitalism cannot, by definition, take place under socialism since there cannot be any prices on which to base such calculations. The second concerns that idea that, owing to the nature of value, there is no alternative means of allocation, such as a calculus in terms of value. Although both of these points are well-known and frequently invoked to pass a decisive judgment against socialism, they are in fact separate arguments which have thus far been inadequately distinguished in the Austrian literature. The objective of this paper is to highlight this distinction. I further illustrate the point by emphasizing the role of monetary calculation, which nonetheless plays a real role in capitalist economies.

http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/LibertarianPapers/~3/aF_0KsXhC8Q/ 2012/10/11 - 23:32

by J.C. Lester

Abstract: This essay examines several sections in Will Kymlicka’s Contemporary Political Philosophy: An Introduction (2nd ed.) that are relevant to libertarianism, making and explaining the following criticisms. First, Kymlicka’s “preface” misconstrues political philosophy’s progress, purpose, and its relation to libertarianism. Second, in his “introduction,” his “project” mistakes libertarianism as “right-wing,” justice as compromise among “existing theories,” and equality as the “ultimate value.” Third, his “a note on method” in effect takes as axioms, beyond philosophical examination, various alleged desiderata and the necessary moral role of the state. Moreover, his “ultimate test” being “our considered convictions” amounts to a conservative and illogical justificationism at odds with radical and coherent critical rationalism. Finally, Kymlicka’s chapter on “libertarianism” mistakes it as, inherently and unavoidably, free-market, anti-consequentialist, deontological, and Nozickian, and requiring “a foundational moral premiss,” without objective content, unmaximizable, indistinguishable from license, equality-based, anti-anarchist, “self-defeating,” indefensibly “unfair,” impractically “philosophical,” and without influence. A different version of libertarianism easily withstands all Kymlicka’s antipathetic criticisms.

http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/LibertarianPapers/~3/_dORLJMFirQ/ 2012/08/30 - 23:43

by Clarence E. Wunderlin, Jr.

Abstract: During his first decade on the national political stage (1935-1944), Robert A. Taft (R-Ohio) contributed to a lively “Old Right” conservative critique of the New Deal’s efforts to achieve economic recovery, promote sustainable growth, and convert to a postwar peacetime economy. This paper examines the senator’s market rhetoric—the ideas on the market, entrepreneurship, and the role of the state that he employed in political arguments after 1935—to understand the foundation of his libertarian brand of conservatism. The following article argues that Taft fused Gilded Age evolutionary naturalism with the Republican Party’s tradition of economic nationalism in order to refute Franklin Roosevelt’s statist liberalism. In particular, he asserted that extra-human natural laws governed the market; that, in the absence of federal interference, it operated flawlessly; that small-business entrepreneurs, not corporations or public enterprise, were the agents of progress; and that the federal government should facilitate, not hinder, entrepreneurial enterprise.

http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/LibertarianPapers/~3/9sCrGgZX-iw/ 2012/08/10 - 17:27

by Mark R. Crovelli

Abstract: In previous publications on probability, I have followed I.J. Good in arguing that probability must be defined subjectively if we accept that the world is causally deterministic. In this article I go significantly beyond this position, arguing that we are forced to accept a subjective definition of probability if we use any probabilistic methods at all. In other words, all probabilistic methods tacitly assume a subjective definition of probability.

http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/LibertarianPapers/~3/qPPCGQAUP7o/ 2012/06/27 - 01:06

As part of our ongoing effort to increase the presence of libertarian scholarship in the academic community, we are pleased to announce that Libertarian Papers has been added to two new research databases. The journal is now listed in The International Directory of Philosophy, and also has a new entry in the comprehensive journal database JournalSeek.

http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/LibertarianPapers/~3/8mVgCKsb-L0/ 2012/04/20 - 23:07

by Alexander W. Salter

Abstract: I build on Christoyannopoulous’s (2011) compendium of Christian anarchist thought to shed light on the divergence between Christian anarcho-communitarians and Christian anarcho-capitalists. The anarcho-communitarians believe the institution of private property is contrary to the Word of Christ, while the anarcho-capitalists hold it is justifiable. I show that the anarcho-communitarians misunderstand the nature of property, rendering them unable to reconcile an apparent contradiction between Christ’s command to renounce violence and His violent cleansing of the temple. The Christian anarcho-capitalists, drawing upon the philosophy of natural law, face no such difficulty. Although their position is far from unassailable, the Christian anarcho-capitalist paradigm is currently the only theoretically consistent interpretation, and will remain so unless the Christian anarcho-communitarians can discover and advance a new theoretical framework.

http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/LibertarianPapers/~3/_lFkOBhyQvM/ 2012/04/17 - 21:14

The Capital Free Press has compiled a list of the top ranked “libertarian websites based on the number of unique visitors in the most recent month according to the data compiled by Compete.” The post is pasted below. Not surprisingly, LewRockwell.com is the most visited libertarian site. Four of my own sites made the list: StephanKinsella.com (#84), Libertarian Papers (#100), The Libertarian Standard (#75), and Center for the Study of Innovative Freedom (C4SIF, #78).
 

The Most Visited Libertarian Websites

This is a ranking of the top libertarian websites based on the number of unique visitors in the most recent month according to the data compiled by Compete. They only compile data for domains and subdomains, so perhaps this list is more accurately described as the most visited libertarian domains rather than websites. It is compiled through calls to Compete’s API, so it will automatically update when they release new data each month. For more information on this list, see the blog post introducing it.

Automating everything means that adding a new website is as simple as plugging a new url into my list, so you have any suggestions for a website to add, please email me at patrick@capitalfreepress.com.
Due to the restrictions on the free use of the Compete API, there is a chance that I could run out of API calls in a 24 hour period (resets at midnight EST). The way that I compile this list and the terms and conditions on the use of their API prevent me from displaying the number of unique visitors for each website in the chart, though that information and more can be accessed via the link I have provided.

Rank
Name
Website

1
LewRockwell.com
lewrockwell.com
Compete Site Profile

2
Electronic Frontier Foundation
eff.org
Compete Site Profile

3
Ron Paul 2012 Official Campaign Website
ronpaul2012.com
Compete Site Profile

4
Reason Magazine
reason.com
Compete Site Profile

5
Daily Paul
dailypaul.com
Compete Site Profile

6
The Cato Institute
cato.org
Compete Site Profile

7
Ludwig von Mises Institute
mises.org
Compete Site Profile

8
AntiWar.com
antiwar.com
Compete Site Profile

9
RonPaul.com
ronpaul.com
Compete Site Profile

10
Outside the Beltway
outsidethebeltway.com
Compete Site Profile

11
Economic Policy Journal
economicpolicyjournal.com
Compete Site Profile

12
Library of Economics and Liberty
econlib.org
Compete Site Profile

13
The Daily Bell
thedailybell.com
Compete Site Profile

14
Ron Paul Forums
ronpaulforums.com
Compete Site Profile

15
Endorse Liberty PAC
endorseliberty.com
Compete Site Profile

16
Tenth Amendment Center
tenthamendmentcenter.com
Compete Site Profile

17
Cato-at-Liberty Blog
cato-at-liberty.org
Compete Site Profile

18
The Freeman
thefreemanonline.org
Compete Site Profile

19
Future of Freedom Foundation
fff.org
Compete Site Profile

20
Campaign For Liberty
campaignforliberty.com
Compete Site Profile

21
The Independent Institute
independent.org
Compete Site Profile

22
Advocates for Self Government
theadvocates.org
Compete Site Profile

23
Marginal Revolution
marginalrevolution.com
Compete Site Profile

24
The Agitator – Radley Balko
theagitator.com
Compete Site Profile

25
Carpe Diem – Mark J. Perry
mjperry.blogspot.com
Compete Site Profile

26
Libertarian Party
lp.org
Compete Site Profile

27
Tom Woods
tomwoods.com
Compete Site Profile

28
Whiskey and Gunpowder
whiskeyandgunpowder.com
Compete Site Profile

29
Revolution PAC
revolutionpac.com
Compete Site Profile

30
Run Ron Paul
runronpaul.com
Compete Site Profile

31
The Ayn Rand Institute
aynrand.org
Compete Site Profile

32
Cop Block
copblock.org
Compete Site Profile

33
Acton Institute
acton.org
Compete Site Profile

34
Free State Project
freestateproject.org
Compete Site Profile

35
Adam Vs The Man
adamvstheman.com
Compete Site Profile

36
United Liberty
unitedliberty.org
Compete Site Profile

37
Reason Foundation
reason.org
Compete Site Profile

38
Moment of Clarity – Tim Nerenz
timnerenz.com
Compete Site Profile

39
Cafe Hayek
cafehayek.com
Compete Site Profile

40
Downsize DC
downsizedc.org
Compete Site Profile

41
Free Keene
freekeene.com
Compete Site Profile

42
The Humble Libertarian
humblelibertarian.com
Compete Site Profile

43
Laissez-Faire Books
lfb.org
Compete Site Profile

44
Strike-The-Root
strike-the-root.com
Compete Site Profile

45
Foundation for Economic Education
fee.org
Compete Site Profile

46
John Locke Foundation
johnlocke.org
Compete Site Profile

47
Break The Matrix
breakthematrix.com
Compete Site Profile

48
BuildFreedom.com
buildfreedom.com
Compete Site Profile

49
Competitive Enterprise Institute
cei.org
Compete Site Profile

50
Libertarianism.org
libertarianism.org
Compete Site Profile

51
Vox Popoli
voxday.blogspot.com
Compete Site Profile

52
The Institute for Justice
ij.org
Compete Site Profile

53
OpenMarket.org – The Blog of the CEI
openmarket.org
Compete Site Profile

54
Freedomain Radio
freedomainradio.com
Compete Site Profile

55
Institute for Humane Studies
theihs.org
Compete Site Profile

56
Peter Schiff Show
schiffradio.com
Compete Site Profile

57
Center for a Stateless Society
c4ss.org
Compete Site Profile

58
Learn Liberty
learnliberty.org
Compete Site Profile

59
Young Americans for Liberty
yaliberty.org
Compete Site Profile

60
Young Americans for Liberty
yaliberty.org
Compete Site Profile

61
Reason.tv
reason.tv
Compete Site Profile

62
Free Talk Live
freetalklive.com
Compete Site Profile

63
The Future of Capitalism
futureofcapitalism.com
Compete Site Profile

64
Doug Wead The Blog
dougwead.wordpress.com
Compete Site Profile

65
Libertarian Republican
libertarianrepublican.net
Compete Site Profile

66
Adam Smith Institute
adamsmith.org
Compete Site Profile

67
The Capital Free Press
capitalfreepress.com
Compete Site Profile

68
Bleeding Heart Libertarians
bleedingheartlibertarians.com
Compete Site Profile

69
Militant Libertarian
militantlibertarian.org
Compete Site Profile

70
Students for Liberty
studentsforliberty.org
Compete Site Profile

71
Coyote Blog
coyoteblog.com
Compete Site Profile

72
Ron Paul News
ronpaulnews.net
Compete Site Profile

73
Republican Liberty Caucus
rlc.org
Compete Site Profile

74
Bastiat Institute
bastiatinstitute.org
Compete Site Profile

75
The Libertarian Standard
libertarianstandard.com
Compete Site Profile

76
AgainstCronyCapitalism.org
againstcronycapitalism.org
Compete Site Profile

77
Coordination Problem
coordinationproblem.org
Compete Site Profile

78
Center for the Study of Innovative Freedom
c4sif.org
Compete Site Profile

79
realfreemarket.org
realfreemarket.org
Compete Site Profile

80
Goldwater Institute
goldwaterinstitute.org
Compete Site Profile

81
Liberty Radio Network
lrn.fm
Compete Site Profile

82
Ideas – David Friedman
daviddfriedman.blogspot.com
Compete Site Profile

83
Daily Anarchist
dailyanarchist.com
Compete Site Profile

84
Stephan Kinsella
stephankinsella.com
Compete Site Profile

85
NeverTakeaPlea.org
nevertakeaplea.org
Compete Site Profile

86
Liberty Underground
1787network.com
Compete Site Profile

87
Liberty Pulse
libertypulse.com
Compete Site Profile

88
Peace, Freedom & Prosperity
peacefreedomprosperity.com
Compete Site Profile

89
Free Advice – Robert Murphy
consultingbyrpm.com
Compete Site Profile

90
Libertarian Leanings
libertarianleanings.com
Compete Site Profile

91
Americans for Limited Government
getliberty.org
Compete Site Profile

92
Liberty Documentaries
libertydocumentaries.com
Compete Site Profile

93
Liberty PAC
libertypac.net
Compete Site Profile

94
Taking Hayek Seriously
hayekcenter.org
Compete Site Profile

95
Liberty Maven
libertymaven.com
Compete Site Profile

96
Congress Shall Make No Law: IJ’s Free Speech Blog
makenolaw.org
Compete Site Profile

97
Ron Paul Radio
ronpaulradio.com
Compete Site Profile

98
LacrosseWatchDog
lacrossewatchdog.org
Compete Site Profile

99
Bad Quaker
badquaker.com
Compete Site Profile

100
Libertarian Papers
libertarianpapers.org
Compete Site Profile

101
Porcupine Freedom Festival
porcfest.com
Compete Site Profile

102
The Libertarian Patriot
thelibertarianpatriot.com
Compete Site Profile

103
The Southern Libertarian
thesouthernlibertarian.com
Compete Site Profile

104
The Tireless Agorist
tirelessagorist.blogspot.com
Compete Site Profile

105
Liberty Classroom
libertyclassroom.com
Compete Site Profile

106
Government by Contract
governmentbycontract.com
Compete Site Profile

107
Freespace – Timothy Sandefur
sandefur.typepad.com
Compete Site Profile

108
Austrian Dad
austriandad.blogspot.com
Compete Site Profile

109
JasonPye.com
jasonpye.com
Compete Site Profile

110
Libertarian Advocate
libertarianadvocate.blogspot.com
Compete Site Profile

111
Liberty Web Alliance
libertyweballiance.com
Compete Site Profile

112
Liberty On Tour
libertyontour.com
Compete Site Profile

113
Libertarian Book Club
libertarianbookclub.com
Compete Site Profile

114
Run Rand Run
runrandrun.com
Compete Site Profile

http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/LibertarianPapers/~3/ykDcBDI0Lwk/ 2012/04/12 - 20:31

The O.P. Alford III Prize in Libertarian Scholarship is awarded annually by the Ludwig von Mises Institute. This year’s recipients are Thorsten Polleit and Jonathan Mariano, for their 2011 Libertarian Papers article, “Credit Default Swaps from the Viewpoint of Libertarian Property Rights and Contract Theory.” Congratulations to the authors!

http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/LibertarianPapers/~3/2XNF2WvxaNE/ 2012/03/15 - 02:40

by Alastair M. Paynter

Abstract: By the 1880s it had become clear that the intellectual tide in Britain was turning against the idea of a minimal state. Under the influence of the New Idealists, the Liberal Party, once the champion of individual liberty, had changed into an organ for interventionist legislation. Challenging this movement was an assortment of anti-collectivists including Old Liberals, Tories, and radical individualists. Spearheading the defence of individualism was the 10th Earl of Wemyss, Francis Wemyss-Charteris-Douglas. Most famous for his role in the formation of the Liberty and Property Defence League, Wemyss worked tirelessly in parliament to obstruct legislation deemed inimical to liberty, as well as to organise a mass educational effort to instruct the public about the errors of collectivist philosophy and policy. This paper examines the role Wemyss played within late Victorian individualism and considers how the melding of traditionalism and individualism provided an intellectual home for libertarianism on the Right.

http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/LibertarianPapers/~3/CKVoR4j3PLw/ 2012/03/06 - 07:31

by Per Bylund

Abstract: This study seeks to investigate the nature of ownership of land, and how the right to its control and use can be inferred from self-ownership as a premise. Hence, the question asked is how ownership (of land) can be justified considering the nature of man from a natural rights point of view. The starting point for the argument is self-ownership as being, where man is identified as an indivisible entirety with inalienable rights to his self emanating from his complex nature. This identification is the point of departure in examining the relation between man and the world, and the concept of ownership. Man’s right to self implies the right to use externals through choice, to “focus his consciousness” in order to achieve values beneficial to his being. The discussion on ownership, as inferred from self-ownership as being, ends in a discussion of the distinct features of land, and how ownership of such can be obtained. The conclusion is that man as a rights-bearer to self can obtain natural use-rights through possession and constructive use of resources, rights which are valid throughout the value-achieving process.

http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/LibertarianPapers/~3/yFbYYW8Opy4/ 2012/02/07 - 20:15

There have been some recent alterations to the Libertarian Papers website which may be of interest to readers and authors. Below are listed some of the most significant changes:
1) Although articles will continue to be published as soon as they complete the peer-review process, issue  numbers and continuous page references are being added for each new volume, starting with volume 4. Consequently, the citation style for volumes 4 onward conforms to standard journal format. Information on old and new citations is available on the web pages of the different volumes, as well as those of individual articles.
2) The guidelines for manuscript submission have been updated and clarified.
3) The “About” page has been revised to include an “Aims and Scope” section.

http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/LibertarianPapers/~3/zayA8ls2bXQ/ 2012/02/04 - 14:19

by David B. Robins

Abstract: In this paper I examine Dr. Walter Block’s argument that a criminal should be forced to play Russian roulette with himself to compensate for the fear he caused his victim, with the number of bullets and chambers reflecting the fear caused. I argue that although this will yield the necessary fear that is part of the retributive justice due to the criminal, it is not libertarian justice because of the statistical expected value of the harm done to the criminal. Even if the threat of death is only used as leverage for the victim to demand a large payout to prevent it, thus preventing wealthy criminals from buying their way out of crimes, this leverage is unjust and leads to unjust exchanges.

http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/LibertarianPapers/~3/C4Mels7bLOw/ 2012/02/03 - 11:22

by Kris Borer

Abstract: There are many factors that may affect the analysis of ethical problems: the physical acts that occur, the relevant history, verbal communication, contracts, etc. One factor that can be difficult to incorporate is the role that socials norms play. This is because norms can vary widely between societies, and even within societies individuals are not usually consciously aware of the norms that they act upon. This paper examines how norms can effect ethical problems and gives one approach for investigating their effect.

http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/LibertarianPapers/~3/nXHwNYgqkuI/ 2012/02/03 - 11:22

by Nahshon Perez

Abstract: This article offers a critical examination of theories that emphasize the importance of governmental provision of self-esteem to citizens. Self-esteem is the feeling that one’s abilities and achievements are positively appraised by the surrounding society, and in some cases the legal system. Such theories are becoming fashionable, following the influence of scholars such as Axel Honneth, Nancy Fraser, and others.
The author argues that such theories face major challenges, on two accounts. First, trying to provide universal self esteem would imply that people would be under a duty to positively appraise the achievements of any given person, and that might violate the free exercise of judgment. Second, the dominant theories of recognition also emphasize the importance of self-respect. Such theories usually understand self-respect as ‘the relation of a person to herself/himself, that concerns their intrinsic worth’. The ability to positively or negatively appraise the conducts/achievements of other people is an integral part of this ‘intrinsic worth’. The attempt to provide universal positive appraisals (and therefore self-esteem) means therefore that a simultaneous achievement of self respect and self esteem is not possible as a social goal. Recognition theories face therefore not only an external critique by libertarian and (many) liberal approaches, but also internal problems of consistency between different parts of their own theories.

http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/LibertarianPapers/~3/TY4FtV9mIcs/ 2012/02/03 - 11:22

by Michael F. Reber

Abstract: For more than two centuries in industrialized societies an inherent problem has persisted regarding the role of education and work. This is due in part to the entrenched cultural dogma of the Cartesian/Newtonian paradigm which views the world as a mechanical device and people as organic machines operating within such a world. More recently, it includes the scientific management approach of Frederick W. Taylor which defines individuals as “human capital” to be used and disposed of at will for the benefit of an organizational enterprise or national economy. In opposition to this view the progressive educational movement was born and John Dewey as one of its champions developed a holistic approach to education and work. Over the course of time Dewey’s approach became the cornerstone of holistic education and more recently the eudaimonistic philosophical school in American culture. In parallel with Dewey’s progressivism, the field of systems thinking was developing and a prevalent belief emerged, which holds that all systems, both biological and social, evolve toward greater complexity and that a linear approach to understanding complex systems is ineffective. Therefore, it is the purpose of this paper to propose 1) a eudaimonistic definition of education and work and 2) a systems thinking approach toward human resources in order to create a more humane world.

http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/LibertarianPapers/~3/i_KBNERICSQ/ 2012/02/02 - 12:17