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Dan Bernhardt (au); Ed Nosal (au)
Discusses Chapter 11, which structures complex negotiations between creditors and debtors that are overseen by a bankruptcy court. Identifies conditions under which it is optimal for the court to err in determining whether a firm should be liquidated. Figures the optimal error rate without renegotiation, providing conditions under which it is optimal for the court both to mistakenly liquidate “good firms,” but not “bad firms.” When creditors and debtors can renegotiate to circumvent a court and creditors have all of the bargaining power, a “blind” court -- one that ignores all info. and is equally likely to liquidate a good firm as a bad one -- is optimal. For another class of action choices, the optimal court design places the burden of proof on the entrepreneur.
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Politics of Despair: Power & Resistance in the Tobacco Wars
Baby Bonding: Giving Your Child a Secure Start to Life
Gates of the Alamo
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