“Other People’s Money” and Healthcare Nonprofits

05Dec07

A recent article in the Nebraska Law Review by University of Kentucky Nicole Huberfeld applies Brandeis’ classic treatise against interlocking directories in a look at the management of nonprofit healthcare compaines. “Other People’s Money” and other aspects of Brandeis’ economic philosophy has been getting a lot of bashing from Chicago School economists and legal theorists so it’s nice to see that some people still see it’s relevance.

Nicole Huberfeld, Tackling the “Evils” of Interlocking Directrories in Healthcare Nonprofits, 85 Nebraska L.J. 681 (2007).

You can download it here:

http://law.bepress.com/expresso/eps/1251/

Other People’s Money is also available on the internet:

http://library.louisville.edu/law/brandeis/opm-toc.html

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