Michael Frakes
Michael Frakes
Duke University School of Law, NBER
Verified email at law.duke.edu - Homepage
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Does falling smoking lead to rising obesity?
J Gruber, M Frakes
Journal of health economics 25 (2), 183-197, 2006
3102006
Does the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office Grant Too Many Bad Patents?: Evidence from a Quasi-Experiment
MD Frakes, MF Wasserman
Stanford Law Review 67, 2014
892014
Does agency funding affect decisionmaking: an empirical assessment of the PTO's granting patterns
MD Frakes, MF Wasserman
Vand. L. Rev. 66, 65, 2013
872013
The impact of medical liability standards on regional variations in physician behavior: evidence from the adoption of national-standard rules
M Frakes
American Economic Review 103 (1), 257-276, 2012
772012
Is the Time Allocated to Review Patent Applications Inducing Examiners to Grant Invalid Patents?: Evidence from Micro-Level Application Data
MD Frakes, MF Wasserman
NBER Working Paper, 2014
752014
Defensive medicine and obstetric practices
M Frakes
Journal of Empirical Legal Studies 9 (3), 457-481, 2012
582012
Classified boards and firm value
MD Frakes
Del. J. CorP. l. 32, 113, 2007
512007
Does Medical Malpractice Law Improve Health Care Quality?
M Frakes, AB Jena
Journal of Public Econnomics, 142-158, 2016
432016
Patent office cohorts
MD Frakes, MF Wasserman
Duke LJ 65, 1601, 2015
372015
The surprising relevance of medical malpractice law
MD Frakes
The University of Chicago Law Review, 317-391, 2015
372015
Defensive medicine: Evidence from military immunity
M Frakes, J Gruber
American Economic Journal: Economic Policy 11 (3), 197-231, 2019
172019
The failed promise of user fees: Empirical evidence from the US Patent and Trademark Office
MD Frakes, MF Wasserman
Journal of Empirical Legal Studies 11 (4), 602-636, 2014
162014
Irrational ignorance at the patent office
MD Frakes, MF Wasserman
Vand. L. Rev. 72, 975, 2019
142019
Procrastination in the Workplace: Evidence from the US Patent Office
MD Frakes, MF Wasserman
National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper Series, 2016
132016
The Deterrent Effect of Death Penalty Eligibility: Evidence from the Adoption of Child Murder Eligibility Factors
M Frakes, M Harding
American law and economics review 11 (2), 451-497, 2009
132009
Do physicians respond to liability standards?
M Frakes, M Frank, SA Seabury
Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics (Forthcoming), 14-45, 2014
52014
Patent Trial and Appeal Board's Consistency-Enhancing Function
MD Frakes, MF Wasserman
IowA L. REv. 104, 2417, 2018
42018
Is great information good enough? Evidence from physicians as patients
MD Frakes, J Gruber, A Jena
National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper Series, 2019
32019
Review of neurosurgery medical professional liability claims in the United States
AA Elsamadicy, AR Sergesketter, MD Frakes, SP Lad
Neurosurgery 83 (5), 997-1006, 2018
32018
Challenges To Reducing Discrimination And Health Inequity Through Existing Civil Rights Laws
A Chandra, M Frakes, A Malani
Health Affairs 36 (6), 1041-1047, 2017
32017
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