Greg Rehmke makes a reappearance to talk about economics and the Federal Court System. How does that even apply?!? That’s what I was thinking, and probably what you are thinking.
Wow. It sure does. Economics describes human behavior, incentives, choices, and management, and the Federal Court System’s operations and management are mired in mixed incentives, poor behavior, tough choices, and inept management.
Watch this video for an introduction to some problems to solve that go way beyond fixing the Jury system – turns out that would only even help 5% of the trials that ever see a jury in the first place.