Eric Helland, Ph.D.


Areas of Expertise

Law and Economics, Microeconomics, Business Law, Contract Economics, Health Economics


Selected Research and Publications

  • “Product Liability and Moral Hazard: Evidence from General Aviation,” with Alex Tabarrok, Journal of Law and Economics 54(August):1-38, 2012.
  • “Who Gets Stopped at the Gate: An Empirical Examination of the Effect of Daubert on Expert Witnesses,” with Jon Klick, Supreme Court Economic Review, 20:1-33, 2012
  • “How Much Should Judges be Paid? An Empirical Study on the Effect of Judicial Pay on the State Appellate Bench,” with James Anderson, Stanford Law Review 64(5):1277-1339, 2012.
  • “Judicial Expenditures and Litigation Access: Evidence from Auto Injuries,” with Paul Heaton, Journal of Legal Studies 40(2):295-332, 2011
  • “Bargaining in the Shadow of the Website: Disclosure’s Impact on Litigation Behavior,” with Gia Lee, American Law and Economics Review 12(2): 423-461, 2010



Eric Helland, Ph.D.

William F. Podlich Professor of Economics and George R. Roberts Fellow

Education: B.A., University of Missouri; M.A., Ph.D., Washington University
Department: Robert Day School
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Email: eric.helland@cmc.edu
Phone: (909) 607-7275
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Address: Bauer Center 305
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Curriculum Vitae: CV

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