Journal of Law Economics & Organization

(The median citation count of Journal of Law Economics & Organization is 1. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-05-01 to 2024-05-01.)
Discretion and Supplier Selection in Public Procurement70
Bureaucratic Competence and Procurement Outcomes30
The Behavioral Effects of (Unenforceable) Contracts†21
Organized Crime, Captured Politicians, and the Allocation of Public Resources17
Is a Corruption Crackdown Really Good for the Economy? Firm-Level Evidence from China14
Low-Quality Patents in the Eye of the Beholder: Evidence from Multiple Examiners13
Worker Trust in Management and Delegation in Organizations10
Collective Bargaining Rights and Police Misconduct: Evidence from Florida9
An Absolute Test of Racial Prejudice9
Who Watches the Watchmen: Evidence of the Effect of Body-Worn Cameras on New York City Policing7
De-politicization and Corporate Transformation: Evidence from China7
Voter Turnout and City Performance: Evidence from Italian Municipalities6
Immigration, Fear of Crime, and Public Spending on Security6
Unintended Consequences of Products Liability: Evidence from the Pharmaceutical Market*6
Overcoming contractual incompleteness: the role of guiding principles5
Measuring Supreme Court Case Complexity5
Does Information About AI Regulation Change Manager Evaluation of Ethical Concerns and Intent to Adopt AI?5
Influence by Intimidation: Business Lobbying in the Regulatory Process4
How Representation Reduces Minority Criminal Victimization: Evidence from Scheduled Castes in India4
Electoral Systems, Selection, and Re-election: Evidence from Italian Municipalities4
Signaling in the “Before” Model of Final Offer Arbitration4
Favoritism towards High-Status Clubs: Evidence from German Soccer4
The Value of Confidential Policy Information: Persuasion, Transparency, and Influence4
Conservation Agreements: Relational Contracts with Endogenous Monitoring4
The Ownership of Data4
Emotional Cues and Violent Behavior: Unexpected Basketball Losses Increase Incidents of Family Violence3
The Dynamics of the Debate About Gay Rights: Evidence from US Newspapers3
On the Cyclicality of Real Wages and Employment: New Evidence and Stylized Facts from Performance Pay and Fixed Wage Jobs3
Organizational dynamics: culture, design, and performance3
Fighting Organized Crime by Targeting their Revenue: Screening, Mafias, and Public Funds3
Public Procurement and Supplier Job Creation: Insights from Auctions3
Social Ties and the Influence of Public Policies on Individual Opinions: The Case of Same-Sex Marriage Laws3
A Theory of Claim Resolution3
The Illicit Benefits of Local Party Alignment in National Elections3
Evaluating Mergers and Divestitures: A Casino Case Study3
Crisis-Induced Innovation: Quality Upgrading in Chinese Industrial Clusters3
Violent Crime and the Overmilitarization of US Policing3
Organization of the State: Home Assignment and Bureaucrat Performance3
Accountability to Contain Corruption in Procurement Tenders3
The Effects of Private Damage Claims on Cartel Activity: Experimental Evidence3
Political Capital2
Implementing (Un)fair Procedures: Containing Favoritism When Unequal Outcomes are Inevitable2
The Unintended Consequences of Welfare Reforms: Universal Credit, Financial Insecurity, and Crime2
The Survival of Mediocre Superstars in the Labor Market2
How Institutions Shape Morality2
The Differential Effects of Malpractice Reform: Defensive Medicine in Obstetrics2
Political Agency and Implementation Subsidies with Imperfect Monitoring2
Product Safety and Harm-Mitigation Incentives When Mitigation Lowers Consumption Benefits2
Did Secure Communities Lead to Safer Communities? Immigration Enforcement, Crime Deterrence, and Geographical Externalities2
Transparency, Contracting Frictions, and Trade: Evidence across Firms2
In-House and Arm’s Length: Productivity Heterogeneity and Variation in Organizational Form2
The Fact-Law Distinction: Strategic Factfinding and Lawmaking in a Judicial Hierarchy2
Leadership rotations and the convergence of subnational economic policies in China: evidence from provincial government work reports1
Does corruption hinder female political participation? Evidence from a measure against organized crime1
Vulnerability to tax enforcement and spillovers of corruption: cross-industry evidence from China1
Political Consequences of Economic Hardship: State Economic Activity and Polarization in American Legislatures1
Land use supervision and environmental pollution: multitasking bureaucrats and spillovers across regulations1
Task Discretion, Labor-market Frictions, and Entrepreneurship1
The Effect of Patent Litigation Insurance: Theory and Evidence from NPEs1
Media and Crime Perceptions: Evidence from Mexico1
Electoral Sentencing Cycles1
Executive Control of Agency Adjudication: Capacity, Selection, and Precedential Rulemaking1
Incentives to Discover Talent1
Five-Star Ratings and Managerial Turnover: Evidence from the Nursing Home Industry1
Gender and Bureaucratic Corruption: Evidence from Two Countries1
Doing It by the Book: Political Contestability and Public Contract Renegotiations1
Self-Selection into Corrupt Judiciaries1
A Statistical Test for Legal Interpretation: Theory and Applications1
How informative is the text of securities complaints?1