Recensión rumorología y torre de babel

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SOBRE EL AUTOR

Cass R. Sunstein, nacido en 195, es un prestigioso jurista estadounidense especializado en las áreas de derecho constitucional, derecho administrativo, derecho medioambiental, y en la interacción entre el derecho y la economía de la conducta. Sunstein ha sido profesor de derecho en la Universidad de Chicago durante veintisiete años, donde aún hoy sigue impartiendo clases comoprofesor visiante. En 2008 se hizo cargo de la cátedra Felix Frankfurter en la Facultad de Derecho de la Universidad de Harvard, y en enero de 2009 fue nombrado director de la Oficina de Información y Asuntos Regulatorios de la Casa Blanca. Es autor de más de treinta libros, de los cuales se han traducido al español República.com: Internet, democracia y libertad (Ed. Paidós Ibérica, 2003), Unpequeño empujón (Ed. Taurus, 2009) y Las leyes del miedo (Ed. Katz, S.L. de libros, 2009).

Libros en inglés:

Law and Happiness (The University of Chicago Press 2010) ISBN 9780226676005  On Rumors: How Falsehoods Spread, Why We Believe Them, What Can Be Done (Macmillan Publishers 2009)  Going to Extremes: How Like Minds Unite and Divide (Oxford University Press, 2009)  Nudge: Improving Decisionsabout Health, Wealth, and Happiness with Richard Thaler (Yale University Press, 2008)  Worst-Case Scenarios, (Harvard University Press 2007)  Republic.com 2.0 (Princeton University Press 2007)  Are Judges Political? An Empirical Investigation of the Federal Judiciary with David Schkade, Lisa Ellman, and Andres Sawicki, (Brookings Institution Press 2006)  Infotopia: How Many Minds ProduceKnowledge, (Oxford University Press 2006)  The Second Bill of Rights: Franklin Delano Roosevelt's Unfinished Revolution and Why We Need It More Than Ever, (Basic Books 2006)  Radicals in Robes: Why Extreme Right-Wing Courts Are Wrong for America (Basic Books 2005)  Constitutional Law 5th ed. with G. Stone, L.M. Seidman, P. Karlan, and M. Tushnet, (Aspen 2005)  The Laws of Fear: Beyond thePrecautionary Principle (based on the Seeley Lectures 2004 at Cambridge University), (Cambridge University Press 2005)(Trad. esp.: Leyes de miedo, Buenos Aires/Madrid, Katz editores S.A, 2009, ISBN 9788496859616)  The Second Bill of Rights: Franklin Delano Roosevelt's Unfinished Revolution and Why We Need It More Than Ever (Basic Books 2004)  Why Societies Need Dissent, (Harvard University Press 2003). Animal Rights: Current Controversies and New Directions edited with Martha Nussbaum, (Oxford University Press 2004)  Risk and Reason, (Cambridge University Press 2002) (Trad. esp.: Riesgo y razón, Buenos Aires/Madrid, Katz editores S.A, 2006, ISBN 8460983501)  The Cost-Benefit State, (American Bar Association 2002)  Punitive Damages: How Juries Decide with Reid Hastie, John Payne and DavidSchkade, (University of Chicago Press 2002)  Republic.com, (Princeton University Press 2002)  Administrative Law and Regulatory Policy with Stephen Breyer, Richard B. Stewart, and Matthew Spitzer, (1999; new edition 2002)  Free Markets and Social Justice, (2002)  Designing Democracy: What Constitutions Do (Oxford University Press 2001)  The Vote: Bush, Gore & the Supreme Court with RichardEpstein, (University of Chicago Press 2001)  Constitutional Law 4th ed. with Stone, Seidman, and Tushnet, (2001)  Behavioral Law and Economics, (editor, Cambridge University Press 2000)  One Case At A Time: Judicial Minimalism on the Supreme Court (Harvard University Press 1999)  The Cost of Rights with Stephen Holmes, (1999, W.W. Norton paperback 2000)


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Clones and Clones: Facts andFantasies About Human Cloning with Martha Nussbaum, (W.W. Norton 1998)  Legal Reasoning and Political Conflict, (Oxford University Press 1996)  Free Markets and Social Justice, (Oxford University Press 1997)  Democracy and the Problem of Free Speech, (The Free Press 1993)  The Partial Constitution, (Harvard University Press 1993)  After the Rights Revolution: Reconceiving the Regulatory...
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