Duke Law Journal's 43rd Annual Administrative Law Symposium will focus on the role of well-being analysis in administrative law. The day will begin will begin with a presentation by Professors John Bronsteen (Loyola Univ. Chicago School of Law), Christopher Buccafusco (IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law), and Jonathan Masur (University of Chicago Law), who coauthored an article titled "Well-Being Analysis vs. Cost-Benefit Analysis." Next, Professor Matthew Adler (Duke Law) will present his piece, titled "Happiness Surveys and Public Policy: What's the Use?" We will conclude with interdisciplinary panels discussing topics such as the reliability of hedonic data, the meaning of welfare, and the merits of cost-benefit analysis versus well-being analysis. Panel participants include: Carol Graham (Brookings Ins), Jennifer Hawkins (Duke Trent Center), Jennifer Nou (U. Chicago Law), Lisa Robinson (Harvard Kennedy School), Peter Ubel (Duke Sanford School), and Kip Viscusi (Vanderbilt Law). Please RSVP at the website for lunch.For more information, please contact Katie Ertmer at email@example.com
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