Vol 31, No 1 (1998)

Symposium: "Lies, Damn Lies and Statistics: How Empirical Research Shapes Health Law and Policy"

Table of Contents

Front Matter

Front Matter PDF
Indiana Law Review 1-8

Symposium

Introduction: "Lies, Damn Lies and Statistics: How Empirical Research Shapes Health Law and Policy" PDF
Eleanor D. Kinney, David Orentlicher 9-12
End-of-Life Decision Making: What We Don't Know, We Make Up; What We Do Know, We Ignore PDF
Sandra H. Johnson 13-48
Judicial Opinions Involving Health Insurance Coverage: Trompe L'Oeil or Window on the World? PDF
William M. Sage 49-74
Getting a Handle on Coverage Decisions: If Not Case Law, Then What? PDF
Maxwell J. Mehlman 75-80
Empirical Studies of Judicial Decisions Serve an Important Role in the Cumulative Process of Policy Making PDF
Karen A. Jordan 81-90
The Application of Antitrust Doctrine to the Healthcare Industry: The Interweaving of Empirical and Normative Issues PDF
James F. Blumstein 91-118
Recognition of Health Care Market Anomalies PDF
John C. Render 119-124
Presumptions, Damn Presumptions and Economic Theory: The Role of Empirical Evidence in Hospital Merger Analysis PDF
Michael S. Jacobs 125-142

Notes

The State of Copyright Protection for Electronic Databases Beyond ProCD v. Zeidenberg: Are Shrinkwrap Licenses a Viable Alternative for Database Protection? PDF
Jennett M. Hill 143-182
Seminole Tribe and Superfund: A Federalism Gamble PDF
Barry L. Loftus 183-218
Will NASCAR Have to Put on the Brakes?: The Constitutionality of the FDA's Ban on Brand-Name Tobacco Sponsorship in Motor Sports PDF
Scott D. Matthews 219-258


ISSN: 0090-4198