Economics Of Kelo At Volokh

Lynne Kiesling

Todd Zywicki’s post on the economics of Kelo is the most thorough analysis I’ve seen of the economics of eminent domain, holdout problems, and how that gets translated into a “public use”. Well worth a read.

And if I owned an autographed photograph of Franco Harris’s Immaculate Reception, you couldn’t pry it out of my hands for love or money. Let’s see you calculate fair market value for that.


5 thoughts on “Economics Of Kelo At Volokh

  1. A thought experiment. Kelo = Draft? Fair market price for yor life and liberty?

  2. Sigh.

    Some other points to note I think, are that, well how to do this as efficiently as possible. Hmm. The once obvious solution becomes clouded. Well ok here goes.

  3. Sigh.

    Some other points to note I think, are that, well how to do this as efficiently as possible. Hmm. The once obvious solution becomes clouded. Well ok here goes.

  4. Sigh.

    Some other points to note I think, are that, well how to do this as efficiently as possible. Hmm. The once obvious solution becomes clouded. Well ok here goes.

  5. Sigh.

    Some other points to note I think, are that, well how to do this as efficiently as possible. Hmm. The once obvious solution becomes clouded. Well ok here goes.

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