Just as laws may create entitlements to the use of information, they may also be written to distribute information and to encourage information production. This Article discusses the ways in which law affects the generation and distribution of information related to chemical exposure and toxicity. It describes the economic impact of recently enacted right-to-know laws and proposes that better and more abundant data could be produced if the law paid greater attention to basic economic principles that influence research and information systems.
Mary L. Lyndon,
Information Economics and Chemical Toxicity: Designing Laws to Produce and Use Data,
Mich. L. Rev.
Available at: https://repository.law.umich.edu/mlr/vol87/iss7/3