Research

Book

Chilton, Adam and Kyle Rozema (forthcoming). Understanding Gobbledygook: A Lawyer’s Guide to Empirical Evidence. Oxford University Press

Working Papers

Chilton, Adam, Chris Cotropia, Kyle Rozema, and Dave Schwartz. Political Ideology and Judicial Administration: Evidence from the COVID-19 Pandemic
Revise and Resubmit, Journal of Law, Economics, and Organization
Hemel, Daniel and Kyle Rozema. Decisionmaking on Multimember Courts: The Assignment Power in the Circuits
Revise and Resubmit, Journal of Legal Studies
Chilton, Adam, Dan Epps, Kyle Rozema, and Maya Sen. The End Game of Court-Packing
Revise and Resubmit, American Law and Economics Review
Katz, Elizabeth, Kyle Rozema, and Sarath Sanga. Women in U.S. Law Schools, 1948-2021
Working Paper.

Publications

Rozema, Kyle and Max Schanzenbach (forthcoming). Does Discipline Decrease Police Misconduct? Evidence from Chicago Civilian Allegations. American Economic Journal: Applied Economics
Chilton, Adam, Peter Joy, Kyle Rozema, and James Thomas (forthcoming). Improving the Signal Quality of Grades. Journal of Law, Economics, and Organization
Rees-Jones, Alex and Kyle Rozema (forthcoming). Price Isn’t Everything: Behavioral Response around Changes in Sin Taxes. National Tax Journal
Chilton, Adam, Justin Driver, Jonathan Masur, and Kyle Rozema (2022). Assessing Affirmative Action’s Diversity Rationale. Columbia Law Review 122(2): 331-406.
Rozema, Kyle (2021). Does the Bar Exam Protect the Public? Journal of Empirical Legal Studies 18(4): 801-848.
Chilton, Adam, Jonathan Masur, and Kyle Rozema (2021). Rethinking Law School Tenure Standards. Journal of Legal Studies 50(1): 1-34.
Chilton, Adam, Dan Epps, Kyle Rozema, and Maya Sen (2021). Designing Supreme Court Term Limits. Southern California Law Review 95(1): 1-72.
Chilton, Adam, Jonathan Masur, and Kyle Rozema (2020). Political Ideology and the Law Review Selection Process. American Law and Economics Review 22(1): 211-240.
Rozema, Kyle and Max Schanzenbach (2019). Good Cop, Bad Cop: Using Civilian Allegations to Predict Police Misconduct. American Economic Journal: Economic Policy 11(2): 225-268.
Bonica, Adam, Adam Chilton, Jacob Goldin, Kyle Rozema, and Maya Sen (2019). Legal Rasputins? Law Clerk Influence on Voting at the U.S. Supreme Court. Journal of Law, Economics, and Organization 35(1): 1-36.
Cotropia, Chris and Kyle Rozema (2018). Who Benefits from Repealing Tampon Taxes? Empirical Evidence from New Jersey. Journal of Empirical Legal Studies 15(3): 620-647.
Rozema, Kyle (2018). Tax Incidence in a Vertical Supply Chain: Evidence from Cigarette Wholesale Prices. National Tax Journal 71(3): 427-450.
Bonica, Adam, Adam Chilton, Kyle Rozema, and Maya Sen (2018). The Legal Academy’s Ideological Uniformity. Journal of Legal Studies 41(1): 1-43.
Jacobi, Tonja and Kyle Rozema (2018). Judicial Conflicts and Voting Agreement: Evidence from Interruptions at Oral Argument. Boston College Law Review 59(7): 2259-2317.
Rozema, Kyle and Nicolas Ziebarth (2017). Taxing Consumption and the Take-Up of Public Assistance: The Case of Cigarette Taxes and Food Stamps. Journal of Law and Economics 60(1): 1-27.
Bonica, Adam, Adam Chilton, Jacob Goldin, Kyle Rozema, and Maya Sen (2017). Measuring Judicial Ideology Using Law Clerk Hiring. American Law and Economics Review 19(1): 129-161.
Kingi, Hautahi and Kyle Rozema (2017). The Effect of Tax Expenditures on Automatic Stabilizers: Methods and Evidence. Journal of Empirical Legal Studies 14(3): 548-568.
Bonica, Adam, Adam Chilton, Jacob Goldin, Kyle Rozema, and Maya Sen (2017). The Political Ideologies of Law Clerks. American Law and Economics Review 19(1): 97-128.
Hemel, Daniel and Kyle Rozema (2017). Inequality and the Mortgage Interest Deduction. Tax Law Review 70(4): 667-706.
Rozema, Kyle (2013). Will Behavioral Economics Reshape the Compelled Commercial Speech Doctrine?. Cornell Journal of Law and Public Policy 23(1): 85-129.
Rozema, Kyle (2012). Modifying RAND Commitments to Better Price Patents in the Standards Setting Context. Journal of Business, Entrepreneurship and the Law 6(1): 23-42.