Siying Cao

Siying Cao is a PhD candidate at the Department of Economics at the University of Chicago. She is a Bradley fellow and recipient of the dissertation award of the Stigler Center, University of Chicago Booth School of Business. Her research interests include regulation, law, and their dynamic interactions with firms and markets. Her PhD dissertation explores the role of economic ideas in the judiciary. She is also interested in the philosophy and sociology of economics and machine learning.

Judges Who Use Economic Reasoning in Court Decisions Rule In Favor of Business More Often

A new paper finds that judges who attended law schools with a strong law-and-economics intellectual environment use more economic reasoning, which is positively correlated with a higher...

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