The John M. Olin Program in Law and Economics
The John M. Olin Program in Law and Economics funds the production and distribution of a working paper series comprised of works-in-progress of the Virginia faculty. A summary list with abstracts is distributed through an electronic mailing series published by the Berkeley Electronic Press (bepress).
Amanda E. Dawsey, Richard M. Hynes, and Lawrence M. Ausubel
"The Regulation of Non-Judicial Debt Collection and the Consumer's Choice Among Repayment, Bankruptcy and Informal Bankruptcy"
Albert H. Choi and George Triantis
"Completing Contracts in the Shadow of Costly Verification"
"Law as a Local Amenity"
Anup Malani and Ramanan Laxminarayan
"Surveillance and Reporting of Disease Outbreaks: Private Incentives and WHO Policy Levers"
Daniel S. Nagin, Alex R. Piquero, Elizabeth S. Scott, and Laurence Steinberg
"Public Preferences for Rehabilitation versus Incarceration of Juvenile Offenders: Evidence from a Contingent Valuation Survey"
Juan Carlos Bisso and Albert H. Choi
"Should Vicarious Liability be Based on Negligence or Strict Liability?"
Edward M. Iacobucci and George G. Triantis
"Economic and Legal Boundaries of Firms"
Anup Malani and Charles Mullin
"Assessing the Merits of Reallocation"
"Testing for Placebo Effects Using Data."
"Information Costs in Patent and Copyright" (published)
Daniel Klerman, Paul Mahoney
"The Value of Judicial Independence: Evidence from 18th Century England" (forthcoming)
Paul Mahoney, Guolin Jiang, Jianping Mei
"Market Manipulation: A Comprehensive Study of Stock Pools"
Jeffrey O'Connell, Jeremy Kidd, Evan Stephenson
"An Economic Model of Costing 'Early Offers' Medical Malpractice Reform"
Eric Posner, Alexander Triantis, George G. Triantis
"Investing in Human Capital: The Efficiency of Covenants Not to Compete"
Chris W. Sanchirico and George G. Triantis
"Evidentiary Arbitrage: The Fabrication of Evidence and The
Verifiability of Contract Performance"
Robert E. Scott and George G. Triantis
"Embedded Options and the Case Against Compensation in Contract Law"
|03-6||Albert Choi||“A Rent Extraction Theory of Right of First Refusal”|
|03-8||Anup Malani||“Testing for Placebo Effects Using Data from Blinded, Randomized, Controlled Trials”|
|03-9||Glen Robinson||“Personal Property Servitudes”|
|03-10||Paul Stephan||“Courts, the Constitution, and Customary International Law” (Forthcoming Virginia Journal of International Law)|
|03-11||George Triantis||“Organizations as Internal Capitol Markets” (Forthcoming Harvard Law Review, Vol. 117, 2004)|
|“Contract Theory and the Limits of Contract Law,” forthcoming, Yale Law Journal, Vol. 113, Nov./Dec. 2003|
|03-2||Robert Scott||“A Theory of Self-Enforcing Indefinite Agreements,” forthcoming, Columbia Law Review, Vol. 102, Nov. 2003|
|03-3||Paul Stephan||“Against International Cooperation—The Case of Competition Law”|
|03-4||Rip Verkerke||“Legal Ignorance & Information-Forcing Rules”|