Preface and AcknoweldgmentsIntroductionThe Problem and Efforts to Understand It1 Overview: What We Did and What We FoundPart I: How Juries ThinkA From Outrage to DollarsIntroduction2 Shared Outrage, Erractic Awards3 Deliberating about Dollars: The Severity Shift4 Do Plaintiffs' Request and Plaintiffs' Identities Matter?B To Punish or Not?Introduction5 Judging Corporate Recklessness6 Looking Backward in Punitive Judgments: 20-20 Vision?C Jurors and Judges as Risk ManagersIntroduction7 Corporate Risk Analysis: A Reckless Act?8 Do People Want Optimal Detterence?9 Detterence Instructions: What Jurors Won't Do10 Judging Risk and Reckelssness11 Do Judges Do Better?Part II: Conclusions12 Putting It All Together13 What Should Be Done?Appendix: Judge's InstructionsGlossaryBibliographyList of ContributorsIndex
Cass R. Sunstein (Author)
Cass R. Sunstein is the Felix Frankfurter Professor at Harvard Law School. His many books include "Worst-Case Scenarios", "A Constitution of Many Minds", and, with Richard Thaler, "Nudge".
Reid Hastie (Author)
Reid Hastie is a professor of behavioral science in the Graduate School of Business at the University of Chicago.
John W. Payne (Author)
John W. Payne is the Joseph J. Ruvane Jr. Professor of Management, professor of psychology, and research professor of statistics and decision sciences at the Fuqua School of Business at Duke University.David A. Schkade is the Herbert D. Kelleher Regents Professor of Business at the University of Texas at Austin.W. Kip Viscusi is the John F. Cogan Jr. Professor of Law and Economics at Harvard Law School.