Duke Law Journal presents: 43rd Annual Administrative Law Symposium: A Happiness Approach to Cost-Benefit Analysis which focuses on the role of well-being analysis in administrative law. The symposium concludes with an interdisciplinary panel discussing the merits of cost-benefit analysis versus well-being analysis. Panel participants include Jennifer Nou (University of Chicago), Lisa Robinson (Harvard Kennedy School), and Kip Viscusi (Vanderbilt Law). Moderated by Dan Bowling (Duke University School of Law). Closing remarks by Duke Law Professor Stuart Benjamin.
Recorded on February 15, 2013.
Panel titled: The Relative Merits of Cost-Benefit Analysis & Well-Being Analysis.
Conference title: A Happiness Approach to Cost-Benefit Analysis. The Relative Merits of Cost-Benefit Analysis & Well-Being Analysis (Administrative Law Conference 2013)
Appearing: Dan Bowling (Duke University), moderator ; Jennifer Nou (U. Chicago Law), Lisa Robinson (Harvard Kennedy School), and Kip Viscusi (Vanderbilt Law), panelists.
Closing remarks. Stuart Benjamin (Duke University School of Law)
Related paper: Jennifer Nou, Happiness Institutions , 62 Duke Law Journal 1701-1716 (2013). Available at: http://scholarship.law.duke.edu/dlj/vol62/iss8/5
Related paper: Lisa A. Robinson, Cost-Benefit Analysis and Well-Being Analysis, 62 Duke Law Journal 1717-1734 (2013). Available at: http://scholarship.law.duke.edu/dlj/vol62/iss8/6/
Related paper: W. Kip Viscusi, The Benefits of Mortality Risk Reduction: Happiness Surveys vs. the Value of a Statistical Life , 62 Duke Law Journal 1735-1745 (2013). Available at: http://scholarship.law.duke.edu/dlj/vol62/iss8/7