Ezra Friedman received a BA in economics from Haverford College, a JD from Yale Law School, and a PhD in economics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Prior to joining Northwestern Law, Friedman served as a visiting lecturer at Yale University and a staff economist at the Federal Trade Commission.
- A New Angle on Rules versus Standards in 16 american law and economics review 499-549 (Fall 2014) (with Abraham Wickelgren).
- Competition and Unconscionability.
- An Economic Analysis of Fact Witness Payment. (with Eugene Kontorovich)
- Competition Policy and Financial Distress.
- Chilling, Settlement, and the Accuracy of the Legal System in 26 journal of law, economics and organization (Spring 2010) (with Abraham Wickelgren).
- No Free Lunch: How Settlement Can Reduce the Legal System’s Ability to Induce Efficient Behavior in 61 smu law review 1355-1376 (2008).
- Bayesian Juries and the Limits to Deterrence in 22 journal of law, economics and organization 70-86 (April 2006) (with Abraham Wickelgren).
- Adverse Selection as a Barrier to Entry in the Banking Industry in 30 rand journal of economics 515-534 (Autumn 1999) (with Giovanni Dell’Ariccia and Robert Marquez).
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- BA, Haverford College
- PhD in Economics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
- JD, Yale Law School
Professor of Law, Northwestern University School of Law
Associate Professor of Law, Northwestern University School of Law
Assistant Professor of Law, Northwestern University School of Law
Visiting Lecturer in Law, Jan 2006-June 2006, Yale Law School
Visiting Lecturer, Sept 2002-June 2006, Yale University
Staff Economist, Oct. 1999-July 2002, Federal Trade Commission
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