Property Rights Publications
The Institute for Justice produces original research and its legal experts write reports to inform public policy debates on property rights.
Social science and policy research on IJ issues; often published and cited in scholarly, peer-reviewed journals and other policy and legal publications
Legal and Policy Studies
Perspectives on Eminent Domain Abuse
|Independently authored reports published by IJ|
|The Truth About Times Square
By William J. Stern
|Simplify, Don't Subsidize: The Right Way to Support Private Development
By Doug Kaplan
|Baltimore's Flawed Renaissance: The Failure of Plan-Control-Subsidize Redevelopment
By Stephen J.K. Walters and Louis Miserendino
|Development Without Eminent Domain: Foundation of Freedom Inspires Urban Growth
By Curt Pringle, Mayor of the City of Anaheim
|Eminent Domain & African Americans: What is the Price of the Commons?
By Mindy Thompson Fullilove, MD
Scholarly, Law Review and Policy Articles
|Articles by IJ legal and policy experts|
|Testing O'Connor and Thomas: Does Eminent Domain Target Poor and Minority Communities?
By Dick M. Carpenter II and John K. Ross
Urban Studies, Volume 46, Number 11, 2009
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