Books by Haas Faculty

 

David A. Aaker Vinod Aggarwal


Pino Audia

Homa Bahrami


Fred Balderston


Sara Beckman


Jonathan Berk

Tom Campbell


Glenn R. Carroll

Jennifer Chatman

Earl F. Cheit

Henry Chesbrough

Robert Cole

Kathleen Connell

 

Michael Conant


David H. Downes John H. Freeman Michael Gerlach

Paul Gertler

 

Rashi Glazer

Ernest Gundling

Leo B. Helzel Daniel Himelstein Dorit S. Hochbaum
Richard H. Holton Dwight M. Jaffee Jonathan Leonard David I. Levine James R. Lincoln Ericka Lutz Richard K. Lyons Thomas A. Marschak Kellie A. McElhaney
Raymond E. Miles

Don Moore

 

David C. Mowery

John G. Myers N. Terry Pearce Stephen Penman John Quigley David Robinson Omar Romero-Hernandez Andrew K. Rose
Christine Rosen Mark Rubinstein Peter Sealey

Fred Selinger

 

Carl Shapiro

 

Howard A. Shelanski

Stephen M. Shortell

Pablo Spiller

George Strauss

 

Domingo Tavella


David Teece Phil Tetlock Laura Tyson Jeff Ulin Lynn Upshaw Hal Varian David Vogel Oliver E. Williamson Janet L. Yellen Naeem Zafar
By Michael Conant

The Constitution and Economic Regulation
Michael Conant
Professor Emeritus

The Constitution and Economic Regulation: Objective Theory and Critical Commentary uses basic economic analysis as a technique to comment critically on the original meaning and the interpretation of those clauses of the Constitution that have particular bearing on the economy. Many new conclusions are markedly different from those of the Supreme Court and earlier commentators. Conant’s view is that the commerce clause and the equal protection clause, if they had been construed consistently with their comprehensive original meanings, would have given much greater federal protection against state laws that impaire free markets.

Transaction Publishers
May 2008