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Richard A. Posner
Richard A. Posner
Richard Posner is an author and federal appeals court judge. He has written more than 2500 published judicial opinions and continues to teach at the University of Chicago Law School.
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Why There Are Too Many Patents in America

Having just dismissed a high-profile patent suit between Apple and Motorola, one of our leading jurists discusses the problems plaguing America's intellectual property system. Richard A. Posner Jul 12, 2012

The Crisis of Capitalist Democracy

Richard A. Posner Mar 21, 2010

Stimulus Wimps

Richard A. Posner Mar 8, 2010

More Stimulus, or Faster Growth?

Richard A. Posner Feb 27, 2010

Stimulus and Deficit

Richard A. Posner Feb 21, 2010

The Economic Consequences of Emotion

Richard A. Posner Feb 16, 2010

Is Paul Krugman a Realist or a Dreamer? Toward Refocusing on Economic Growth

Richard A. Posner Feb 8, 2010

The Limits of Deficit Spending

Richard A. Posner Jan 31, 2010

The Bernanke Confirmation Battle: Part II

Richard A. Posner Jan 23, 2010

The Bernanke Confirmation Battle

Richard A. Posner Jan 22, 2010

The Volcker Plan and the Politics of Financial Regulatory Reform

Richard A. Posner Jan 22, 2010

Bernanke, Angelides, and the Bank Tax: Part II

Richard A. Posner Jan 20, 2010

Bernanke, Angelides, and the Bank Tax: Part I

Richard A. Posner Jan 18, 2010

I'm Back Blogging about the Economic Situation

Richard A. Posner Jan 17, 2010

Break Up the Big Banks?

Richard A. Posner Oct 23, 2009

The Goldman Sachs Bonuses: II

Richard A. Posner Oct 23, 2009

The Goldman Sachs Bonuses

Richard A. Posner Oct 22, 2009

The Psychology of Stimulus

Richard A. Posner Sep 27, 2009

Financial Regulatory Reform: The Politics of Denial

Richard A. Posner Sep 20, 2009

The Politics of Taking Credit

Richard A. Posner Sep 16, 2009 More Stories
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