On June 5, 2015, the Jerusalem Review of Legal Studies organized a symposium on our book, Getting Incentives Right: Improving Tort, Contracts and Restitution (Princeton University Press, 2014). We were lucky to have three excellent scholars comment on our book (hereinafter: "the commentators"), offering criticisms but mainly shedding new light on many of the ideas developed in our book.

We do not intend to respond to each and every point raised by the commentators not only because many of the points are right and well taken, but also because if we had done so we would have lost many of the readers of this essay, who have not read the entire book in the same depth as our commentators.

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