Keith N. Hylton

Keith N. Hylton

William Fairfield Warren Distinguished Professor

Professor of Law

BA magna cum laude, Harvard University
JD, Harvard University
PhD in Economics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology


Biography

Keith Hylton, a William Fairfield Warren Distinguished Professor of Boston University and Professor of Law at Boston University School of Law, joined the BU Law faculty in 1995 after teaching for six years and receiving tenure at Northwestern University School of Law. He is a prolific scholar who is widely recognized for his work across a broad spectrum of topics in law and economics, including tort law, antitrust, labor law, intellectual property, civil procedure, and empirical legal analysis. He has published five books and more than 100 articles in numerous law and economics journals, and serves as an associate editor of the International Review of Law and Economics, a contributing editor of the Antitrust Law Journal, co-editor of Competition Policy International, and editor of the Social Science Research Network’s Torts & Products Liability Law eJournal. He is currently president of the American Law and Economics Association (2017–2018 term).  He is a former chair of the Section on Torts and Compensation Systems of the American Association of Law Schools, a former chair of the Section on Antitrust and Economic Regulation of the American Association of Law Schools, a former director of the American Law and Economics Association, a former secretary of the American Bar Association Labor and Employment Law Section, a former member of the editorial board of the Journal of Legal Education, former chair of the Law and Economics section of the American Association of Law Schools, and a current member of the American Law Institute.

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  • Keith N. Hylton, A Comment on Markovits's Welfare Economics and Antitrust 68 Antitrust Bulletin (2023)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, Mutual Optimism and Risk Preferences in Litigation 75 International Review of Law and Economics (2023)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, Information Costs and the Civil Justice System 24 American Law and Economics Review (2023)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, Trial Selection and Estimating Damages Equations Review of Law and Economics (2023)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, Two Approaches to Equality, with Implications for Grutter 56 Suffolk University Law Review (2023)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, Selling Out: An Instrumentalist Theory of Legal Ethics 34 The Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics (2021)
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  • Keith N. Hylton & Wendy Xu, Error Costs, Ratio Tests, and Patent Antitrust Law 56 Review of Industrial Organization (2020)
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  • Keith N. Hylton & Beixi Zhou, Causation and Incentives with Updating Courts 176 Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics (2020)
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  • Keith N. Hylton & Benjamin Ogden, Incentives to Take Care Under Contributory and Comparative Fault 61 International Review of Law and Economics (2020)
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  • Keith N. Hylton & Wendy Xu, Error Costs, Ratio Tests, and Patent Antitrust Law 56 Review of Industrial Organization (2020)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, Economic Theory of Criminal Law Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Economics and Finance (2019)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, Law and Economics Versus Economic Analysis of Law 48 European Journal of Law and Economics (2019)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, Digital Platforms and Antitrust Law 98 Nebraska Law Review (2019)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, Comment on 'Error and Regulatory Risk in Financial Institution Regulation' No. 18-29 Boston University School of Law, Law and Economics Research Paper (2018)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, Oligopoly Pricing and Richard Posner 18 Antitrust Source (2018)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, Whom Should We Punish, and How? Rational Incentives and Criminal Justice Reform 59 William & Mary Law Review (2018)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, Deterrence and Aggregate Litigation No. 17-45 Boston University School of Law, Law and Economics Research Paper (2018)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, The Wisdom of Douglas Ginsburg and the Competition Versus Innovation Confict, in Liber Amicorum - Volume 1 Douglas H. Ginsburg: An Antitrust Professor on the Bench (Nicholas Charbit, Carolina Malhado & Ellie Yang,2018)
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  • Keith N. Hylton & Mengxi Zhang, Optimal Remedies for Patent Infringement 52 International Review of Law and Economics (2017)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, Law, Social Welfare, and Net Neutrality 50 Review of Industrial Organization (2017)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, Gorsuch versus Scalia: How Will Antitrust Change? 16 The Antitrust Source (2017)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, Economics of Criminal Procedure, in Volume 3: Public Law and Legal Institutions The Oxford Handbook of Law and Economics (Francesco Parisi,2017)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, Enhanced Damages for Patent Infringement: A Normative Approach 36 Review of Litigation (2017)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, Antitrust and Intellectual Property: A Brief Introduction, in The Cambridge Handbook of Antitrust, Intellectual Property, and High Tech (Roger D. Blair and D. Daniel Sokol,2016)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, Scalia and Antitrust 30 Antitrust (2016)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, Tort Law: A Modern Perspective (2016)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, Patent Uncertainty: Toward a Framework with Applications 96 Boston University Law Review (2016)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, Markovits on Defining Monopolization: A Comment 61 The Antitrust Bulletin (2016)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, Should Antitrust Fines Target Firms or Agents?, in Global Antitrust Economics - Current Issues in Antitrust and Law (Douglas H. Ginsburg & Joshua D. Wright,2016)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, Roger Blair and Intellectual Property 61 Antitrust Bulletin (2016)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, Haizhen Lin & Hyo-Youn Chu, Negligence and Two-Sided Causation 40 European Journal of Law and Economics (2015)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, Deterrence and Antitrust Punishment: Firms Versus Agents 100 Iowa Law Review (2015)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, Reverse Payments Post Actavis: A Litigation Quagmire? CPI Antitrust Chronicle (2015)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, The Economics of Class Actions and Class Action Waivers 23 Supreme Court Economic Review (2015)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, Antitrust Enforcement Regimes: Fundamental Differences, in 1 The Oxford Handbook of International Antitrust Economics (Roger D. Blair and D. Daniel Sokol,2015)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, Microsoft After Fifteen Years 11 Competition Policy International (2015)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, Microsoft's Antitrust Travails 14 Antitrust Magazine Online (2014)
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  • Brief of Amici Curiae Antitrust Law Professors in O'Bannon v. NCAA
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  • Keith N. Hylton, Nuisance, in No. 14-60 Encyclopedia of Law and Economics (Alain Marciano and Giovanni Battista Ramello,2014)
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  • Keith N. Hylton & Haizhen Lin, Innovation and Optimal Punishment, with Antitrust Applications 10 Journal of Competition Law and Economics (2014)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, Information and Causation in Tort Law: Generalizing the Learned Hand Test for Causation Cases 7 Journal of Tort Law (2014)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, A Unified Framework for Competition Policy and Innovation Policy 22 Texas Intellectual Property Law Journal (2014)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, The Economics of the Restatement and of the Common Law 79 Brooklyn Law Review (2014)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, Toward a Regulatory Framework for Third-Party Funding of Litigation 63 DePaul Law Review (2014)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, Causation in Tort Law: A Reconsideration, in Research Handbook on the Economics of Torts (2013)
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  • Keith N. Hylton & Sungjoon Cho, Injunctive and Reverse Settlements in Competition-Blocking Litigation 36 European Journal of Law and Economics (2013)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, The Law and Economics of Products Liability 88 Notre Dame Law Review (2013)
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  • Keith N. Hylton & Haizhen Lin, Negligence, Causation, and Incentives for Care 35 International Review of Law and Economics (2013)
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  • Keith N. Hylton & Ronald A. Cass, Laws of Creation: Property Rights in the World of Ideas (2013)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, The Economics of Necessity 41 Journal of Legal Studies (2012)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, The Economics of Third-Party Financed Litigation 8 Journal of Law, Economics & Policy (2012)
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  • Keith N. Hylton & Haizhen Lin, Trial Selection Theory and Evidence, in Encyclopedia of Law and Economics: Procedural Law and Economics (C.W. Sanchirico,2012)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, Some Notes on Property Rules, Liability Rules, and Criminal Law, in Research Handbook on the Economics of Criminal Law (Alon Harel and Keith N. Hylton,2012)
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  • Keith N. Hylton & Alon Harel, Research Handbook on the Economics of Criminal Law (2012)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, New Private Law Theory and Tort Law: A Comment 125 Boston University School of Law, Law and Economics Research Paper (2012)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, An Economic Perspective on Preemption 53 Boston College Law Review (2012)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, Yulia Rodionova & Fei Deng, Church and State: An Economic Analysis 13 American Law and Economics Review (2011)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, Brown Shoe Versus the Horizontal Merger Guidelines 39 Review of Industrial Organization (2011)
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  • Keith N. Hylton & Haizhen Lin, American and European Monopolization Law: A Doctrinal and Empirical Comparison, in Competition Policy and Patent Law under Uncertainty : Regulating Innovation (Geoffrey A. Manne and Joshua D. Wright,2011)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, The Economics of Nuisance Law, in Research Handbook on the Economics of Property Law (Kenneth Ayotte and Henry E. Smith,2011)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, Property Rules and Defensive Conduct in Tort Law Theory 4 Journal of Tort Law (2011)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, Efficient Deterrence and Crime Control, in Criminal Law Conversations (Paul H. Robinson, Stephen P. Garvey & Kimberly Kessler Ferzan,2011)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, PANEL I: PROFESSOR BRODLEY’S GENERAL CONTRIBUTIONS TO ANTITRUST SCHOLARSHIP : INTRODUCTION 90 Boston University Law Review (2010)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, Intent in Tort Law 44 Valparaiso University Law Review (2010)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, The Economics of Injunctive and Reverse Settlements 12 American Law and Economics Review (2010)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, Antitrust Law and Economics (2010)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, The Economics of Public Nuisance Law and the New Enforcement Actions 18 Supreme Court Economic Review (2010)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, Larry E. Ribstein, Paul H. Rubin & Todd J. Zywicki, Balancing of Markets, Litigation and Regulation 7 Journal of Law, Economics & Policy (2010)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, Intel and the Death of U.S. Antitrust Law 2 The CPI Antitrust Journal (2010)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, The Law and Economics of Monopolization Standards, in Antitrust Law and Economics (Keith N. Hylton,2010)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, Optimal Antitrust Enforcement, Dynamic Competition, and Changing Economic Conditions 77 Antitrust Law Journal (2010)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, Political Economy of Criminal Procedure, in Criminal Law and Economics (N. Garoupa,2009)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, A Comment on the Intel Fine June 2009 GCP: The Online Magazine for Global Competition Policy (2009)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, Remedies, Antitrust Law, and Microsoft: Comment on Shapiro 75 Antitrust Law Journal (2009)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, Tort Duties of Landowners: A Positive Theory 44 Wake Forest Law Review (2009)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, Calabresi's Influence on Law and Economics, in Pioneers of Law and Economics (Lloyd R. Cohen & Joshua D. Wright,2009)
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  • Keith N. Hylton & David S. Evans, The Lawful Acquisition and Exercise of Monopoly Power and its Implications for the Objectives of Antitrust 4 Competition Policy International (2008)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, Unilateral Refusals to Deal and the Antitrust Modernization Commission Report 53 Antitrust Bulletin (2008)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, The Economic Theory of Nuisance Law and Implications for Environmental Regulation 58 Case Western Reserve Law Review (2008)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, Due Process and Punitive Damages: An Economic Approach 2 Charleston Law Review (2008)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, Weyerhaeuser, Predatory Bidding, and Error Costs 53 The Antitrust Bulletin (2008)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, When Should a Case Be Dismissed? The Economics of Pleading and Summary Judgment Standards 16 Supreme Court Economic Review (2008)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, Asbestos and Mass Torts with Fraudulent Victims 37 Southwestern Law Review (2008)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, A Theory of Wealth and Punitive Damages 17 Widener Law Journal (2008)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, A Positive Theory of Strict Liability 4 Review of Law & Economics (2008)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, Preemption and Products Liability: A Positive Theory 16 Supreme Court Economic Review (2008)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, Reflections on Remedies and Philip Morris v. Williams 27 The Review of Litigation (2007)
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  • Keith N. Hylton & Vikramaditya Khanna, A Public Choice Theory of Criminal Procedure 15 Supreme Court Economic Review (2007)
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  • Keith N. Hylton & Fei Deng, Antitrust Around the World: An Empirical Analysis of the Scope of Competition Laws and Their Effects 74 Antitrust Law Journal (2007)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, Property Rules, Liability Rules, and Immunity: An Application to Cyberspace 87 Boston University Law Review (2007)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, Biomedical Ethics and the Law: A Critical Perspective 15 Jahrbuch fur Recht und Ethik (2007)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, Duty in Tort Law: An Economic Approach 75 Fordham Law Review (2006)
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  • Brief Amicus Curiae of Professors Keith N. Hylton, Kenneth G. Dau-Schmidt, Mark F. Grady, Jeffrey L. Harrison, Mark G. Kelman, and Thomas Ulen in Support of Respondents in Philip Morris USA v. Mayola Williams
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  • Keith N. Hylton, Information, Litigation, and Common Law Evolution 8 American Law and Economics Review (2006)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, Torts and Choice of Law: Searching for Principles 56 Journal of Legal Education (2006)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, Property Rules and Liability Rules, Once Again 2 Review of Law & Economics (2006)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, Development Lending and the Community Reinvestment Act 29 Western New England Law Review (2006)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, Liability Externalities and the Law: A Comment on Cooter and Porat 1 Journal of Tort Law (2006)
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  • Keith N. Hylton & Thomas J. Miceli, Should Tort Damages Be Multiplied? 21 Journal of Law, Economics, and Organization (2005)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, Calabresi and the Intellectual History of Law and Economics 64 Maryland Law Review (2005)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, The Theory of Penalties and the Economics of Criminal Law 1 Review of Law and Economics (2005)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, Arbitration: Governance Benefits and Enforcement Costs 80 Notre Dame Law Review (2005)
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  • Brief of Keith N. Hylton as Amicus Curiae in Support of Petitioners in Greg Johnson, et al. v. Ford Motor Company
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  • Keith N. Hylton, Introduction Symposium: The Jurisprudence of Slavery Reparations: Introduction 84 Boston University Law Review (2004)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, Law and Economics of Mandatory Arbitration Agreements, in 53 Alternative Dispute Resolution in the Employment Arena: Proceedings of New York University 53rd Annual Conference on Labor (Samuel Estreicher & David Sherwyn,2004)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, Slavery and Tort Law 84 Boston University Law Review (2004)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, A Framework for Reparations Claims 24 Boston College Third World Law Journal (2004)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, Law and the Future of Organized Labor in America 49 Wayne Law Review (2003)
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  • Keith N. Hylton & Christopher R. Drahozal, The Economics of Litigation and Arbitration: An Application to Franchise Contracts 32 Journal of Legal Studies (2003)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, Antitrust Law: Economic Theory and Common Law Evolution (2003)
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  • Brief of Keith N. Hylton as Amicus Curiae in Support of the Respondents in State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company, Petitioner v. Curtis B. Campbell and Inez Preece Campbell, Respondents
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  • Keith N. Hylton, An Asymmetric Information Model of Litigation 22 International Review of Law and Economics (2002)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, Welfare Implications of Costly Litigation Under Strict Liability 4 American Law and Economics Review (2002)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, When Should We Prefer Tort Law to Environmental Regulation? 41 Washburn Law Journal (2002)
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  • Keith N. Hylton & Michael Salinger, Reply to Grimes: Illusory Distinctions and Schisms in Tying Law 70 Antitrust Law Journal (2002)
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  • Keith N. Hylton & Ronald A. Cass, Antitrust Intent 74 Southern California Law Review (2001)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, The Theory of Tort Doctrine and the Restatement of Torts 54 Vanderbilt Law Review (2001)
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  • Keith N. Hylton & Michael Salinger, Tying Law and Policy: A Decision Theoretic Approach 69 Antitrust Law Journal (2001)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, Banks and Inner Cities: Market and Regulatory Obstacles to Development Lending 17 Yale Journal on Regulation (2000)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, Property Rights and the Human Body, in Encyclopedia of the American Constitution, Volume 4 (Leonard W. Levy & Kenneth L. Karst,2000)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, Agreements to Waive or to Arbitrate Legal Claims: An Economic Analysis 8 Supreme Court Economic Review (2000)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, A Note on Trend-Spotting in the Case Law 40 Boston College Law Review (1999)
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  • Andy C.M. Chen & Keith N. Hylton, Procompetitive Theories of Vertical Control 50 Hastings Law Journal (1999)
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  • Keith N. Hylton & Ronald A. Cass, Preserving Competition: Economic Analysis, Legal Standards and Microsoft 8 George Mason Law Review (1999)
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  • Keith N. Hylton & Vincent D. Rougeau, The Community Reinvestment Act: Questionable Premises and Perverse Incentives 18 Annual Review of Banking Law (1999)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, Punitive Damages and the Economic Theory of Penalties 87 Georgetown Law Journal (1998)
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  • Keith N. Hylton & Mark Lasser, Measuring Market Power When the Firm Has Power in the Input and Output Markets, in Economic Inputs, Legal Outputs: The Role of Economists in Modern Antitrust (Fred S. McChesney,1998)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, Labor and the Supreme Court: Review of the 1996-1997 Term 13 Labor Lawyer (1997)
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  • Keith N. Hylton & Vincent D. Rougeau, Lending Discrimination: Economic Theory, Econometric Evidence, and the Community Reinvestment Act 85 Georgetown Law Journal (1996)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, A Theory of Minimum Contract Terms, with Implications for Labor Law 74 Texas Law Review (1996)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, Optimal Law Enforcement and Victim Precaution 27 RAND Journal of Economics (1996)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, Rule 68, The Modified British Rule, and Civil Litigation Reform 1 Michigan Law and Policy Review (1996)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, A Missing Markets Theory of Tort Law 90 Northwestern University Law Review (1996)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, Implications of Mill's Theory of Liberty for the Regulation of Hate Speech and Hate Crimes 3 University of Chicago Law School Roundtable (1996)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, The Law and Ethics of Organ Sales 4 Annual Review of Law and Ethics/ Jahrbuch fur Recht und Ethik (1996)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, Fee Shifting and Predictability of Law 71 Chicago-Kent Law Review (1995)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, Review of Agenda for Reform: The Future of Employment Relationships and the Law. by William B. Gould, IV. 32 Journal of Economic Literature (1994) (book review)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, An Economic Theory of the Duty to Bargain 83 Georgetown Law Journal (1994)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, Efficiency and Labor Law 87 Northwestern University Law Review (1993)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, Litigation Cost Allocation Rules and Compliance with the Negligence Standard 22 Journal of Legal Studies (1993)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, Asymmetric Information and the Selection of Disputes for Litigation 22 Journal of Legal Studies (1993)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, Fee Shifting and Incentives to Comply with the Law 46 Vanderbilt Law Review (1993)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, The Internalization Paradox and Workers' Compensation 21 Hofstra Law Review (1992)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, Litigation Costs and the Economic Theory of Tort Law 46 University of Miami Law Review (1991)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, Economic Rents and Essential Facilities 1991 Brigham Young University Law Review (1991)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, Rent Appropriation and the Labor Law Doctrine of Successorship 70 Boston University Law Review (1990)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, The Law and Economics of Organ Procurement 12 Law & Policy (1990)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, The Influence of Litigation Costs on Deterrence Under Strict Liability and Under Negligence 10 International Review of Law and Economics (1990)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, Costly Litigation and Legal Error Under Negligence 6 Journal of Law, Economics, and Organization (1990)
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  • Keith N. Hylton & Maria O'Brien, Rational Decisions and Regulation of Union Entry 34 Villanova Law Review (1989)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, Testing Overidentifying Restrictions with Inefficient Estimators 25 Economics Letters (1987)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, Are MIT Students Rational? 8 Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization (1987)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, A Note on the Inefficiency of Non-Linear Estimators 17 Economics Letters (1985)
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  • Keith N. Hylton, Illusory Wage Differentials: Comment 74 The American Economic Review (1984)
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  • Research Features April 11, 2024

    Glass Half Full? The Legal Case for Mutual Optimism and Risk Preferences

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  • Epoch Times March 28, 2024

    DOJ’s Apple Antitrust Lawsuit ‘Misguided,’ Says Legal Expert

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  • Boston Globe December 8, 2023

    Starbucks Lost $11 Billion in Market Value in Two Weeks. Did Pro-Palestinian Boycotts Play a Role?

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    Keith Hylton on Starbucks Boycotts

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  • Berkshire Eagle November 9, 2023

    Massachusetts Faces a Migrant Crisis and a Labor Shortage – Lawmakers Are Working to See If There’s a Creative Solution to Both

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  • Bloomberg Law September 29, 2023

    Amazon Antitrust Case Must Clear Amex Bar Set by Supreme Court

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  • PR Newswire September 28, 2023

    Former Officials, Scholars Call Out Twisting of Patent Laws to Push Policy Agenda

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  • 7 News September 26, 2023

    US Government and 17 States Sue Amazon in Landmark Monopoly Case

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  • Yahoo September 12, 2023

    Google on Defense as Landmark Antitrust Case Kicks Off

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  • BU Office of the Provost September 7, 2023

    Announcement of the Boston University AI Task Force

    Keith Hylton is announced as a faculty expert for the BU AI Task Force.
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  • The Wall Street Journal August 8, 2023

    Paramount Sells Publishing Giant Simon & Schuster for $1.62 Billion in All-Cash Deal

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  • RTL Today July 17, 2023

    Losses Stack Up for FTC’s Khan in US Antitrust Crackdown

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  • Teller Report July 16, 2023

    The Biden Administration’s Offensive on Competition Struggles to Produce Results

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  • FiscalNote May 18, 2023

    Antitrust Regulations: What Changes to Expect and How They Affect You

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  • The Dallas Express February 28, 2023

    DOJ Seeks Sanctions over Google Chat Records

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