The Journal of Law, Economics and Organization
seeks to promote an understanding of many complex phenomena by examining such matters from a combined law, economics, and organization perspective. Within this context the journal includes scholarship drawing on political science, psychology, and sociology, among other fields. It also holds the study of institutions--especially economic, legal, and political institutions--to be specifically important and greatly in need of careful analytic study.
The Yale Journal on Regulation
publishes scholarly articles, comments, essays and book reviews twice a year in fields including telecommunications, bankruptcy, information technology, antitrust, health care, environmental law, utilities and corporate/securities. The Journal is a national forum for legal, political, and economic analysis of current issues in regulatory policy.