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  • Avi-Yonah, Reuven S. (2000- ) The Parallel March of the Ginis: How Does Taxation Relate to Inequality and What Can Be Done About it? Univ. of Michigan Public Law and Legal Theory Working Paper Series, No. 385; Univ. of Michigan Law School, Law & Economics Research Paper Series, No. 14-003. Working Paper, 2014.

    ______. No Country is an Island: Is a Radical Rethinking of International Taxation Needed? Univ. of Michigan Public Law and Legal Theory Working Paper Series, No. 380. Working Paper, 2014.

    ______. Just Say No: Corporate Taxation and Corporate Social Responsibility. Univ. of Michigan Public Law Research Paper No. 402, Univ of Michigan Law & Econ Research Paper No. 14-010. Working Paper, 2014.

    ______. Is it Time to Coordinate Corporate Tax Rates? A Note on Horst. Univ. of Michigan Public Law and Legal Theory Working Paper Series, No. 381. Working Paper, 2014.

    ______. Virtual PE: International Taxation and the Fairness Act. University of Michigan Public Law & Legal Theory Research Paper Series, No. 328. Working Paper, 2013.

    ______, Co-author. Unitary Taxation and International Tax Rules. Z. P. Tinhaga, co-author. Univ. of Michigan Public Law and Legal Theory Working Paper Series, no. 369; Univ. of Michigan Law School, Law & Economics Research Paper Series, no. 13-020. Working Paper, 2013.

    ______. Splitting the Unsplittable: Toward a Formulary Approach to Allocating Residuals Under Profit Split. Univ. of Michigan Public Law and Legal Theory Working Paper Series, No. 378. Working Paper, 2013.

    ______. FIRPTA, Branch Profit Tax and Earning Stripping: Reflections on Non-Discrimination. University of Michigan Public Law & Legal Theory Research Paper Series, No. 319. Working Paper, 2013.

    ______, co-author. IGAs vs. MAATM: Has Tax Bilateralism Outlived Its Usefulness? G. Savir, co-author. Univ. of Michigan Public Law and Legal Theory Working Paper Series, No. 384; Univ. of Michigan Law School, Law & Economics Research Paper Series, No. 14-002. Working Paper, 2014.

    ______. Who Invented the Single Tax Principle? An Essay on the History of US Treaty Policy. University of Michigan Public Law & Legal Theory Research Paper Series, No. 318. Working Paper, 2013.

    ______. What Goes Around Comes Around: Why the US is Responsible for Capital Flight (And What it Can Do About it). University of Michigan Public Law & Legal Theory Research Paper Series No. 307. Working Paper, 2013.

    ______. Tax Competition and the Trend toward Territoriality. University of Michigan Public Law & Legal Theory Research Paper Series, No. 297. Working Paper, 2012.

    ______, co-author. Double or Nothing: A Tax Treaty for the 21st Century. O. Halabi, co-author. Working Paper, 2012.

    ______. And Yet it Moves: A Tax Paradigm for the 21st Century. Univ. of Michigan Law School, Law & Economics Research Paper Series, no. 12-008. Working Paper, 2012.

    ______, co-author. US Subpart F Legislative Proposals: A Comparative Perspective. N. Sartori, co-author. Univ. of Michigan Law & Economics Research Paper Series, No. 12-003; Univ. of Michigan Public Law & Legal Theory Research Paper Series, No. 264. Working Paper, 2011.

    ______, co-author. Real Time Audit - It is the Time to Act? Oz Halabi, co-author. Univ. of Michigan Empirical Legal Studies Center Working Paper Series, no. 11-010; Univ. of Michigan Public Law and Legal Theory Working Paper Series, no. 242. Working Paper, 2011.

    ______. Deja Vu All Over Again? Reflections on Auerbach's "Modern Corporate Tax". Univ. of Michigan Empirical Legal Studies Center Working Paper Series, no. 10-030; Univ. of Michigan Public Law and Legal Theory Working Paper Series, no. 226. Working Paper, 2010.

    ______. Corporate and International Tax Reform: Long-, Medium-, and Short Term Proposals. Univ. of Michigan Law School, The John M. Olin Center for Law & Economics Working Paper Series, no. 09-015; Univ. of Michigan Public Law and Legal Theory Working Paper Series, no. 157. Working Paper, 2009.

  • Barr, Michael S. (2001- ), co-author. Preferences for Banking and Payment Services Among Low- and Moderate-Income Households. J. Dokko and E. M. Feit, co-authors. FEDS Working Paper, no. 2011-13; Univ. of Michigan Empirical Legal Studies Working Paper Series, no. 11-007; Univ. of Michigan Public Law and Legal Theory Working Paper Series, no. 238. Working Paper, 2011.

  • ______, co-author. And Banking for All? J. K. Dokko and B. J. Keys, co-authors. U.S. Federal Reserve Board, Finance and Economics Discussion Series, no. 2009-34. Working Paper, 2009.

    ______, co-author. Paying to Save: Tax Withholding and Asset Allocation Among Low- and Moderate-Income Taxpayers. J. Dokko, co-author. Univ. of Michigan Public Law and Legal Theory Working Paper Series, no. 100; Univ. of Michigan John M. Olin Center for Law and Economics Working Paper Series, no. 07-022; Federal Reserve Board Divisions of Research & Statistics and Monetary Affairs Finance and Economics Discussion Paper Series. Working Paper, 2008.

  • Beny, Laura N. (2003- ), co-author. Analysis of the Republic of South Sudan's Accession to the East African Community: Benefits, Detriments and Recommendations. M. Snyder, co-author. Univ. of Michigan Public Law Research Paper, no. 337. Working Paper, 2013.


    ______. Diversity Among Elite American Law Firms: A Signal of Quality and Prestige. Working Paper, 2005. (Last revised November 2006.)

  • Chambers, David L. (1969- ). Satisfaction in the Practice of Law: Findings from a Long-Term Study of Attorneys' Careers. University of Michigan Public Law Research Paper No. 330. Working Paper, 2013.
  • Crane, Daniel A. (2009- ). Predation Analysis and the FTC's Case Against Intel. Univ. of Michigan Law School, Empirical Legal Studies Center Working Paper, no. 10-014; Univ. of Michigan Law School, Public Law Working Paper Series, no. 202. Working Paper, 2010.

  • Davis, Alicia J. (2004- ). Are Investors' Gains and Losses from Securities Fraud Equal Over Time? Theory and Evidence. Univ. of Michigan Law School, Empirical Legal Studies Center Working Paper Series, no. 09-002. Working Paper, 2008. (Last revised April 2010)

  • ______. Do Individual Investors Affect Share Price Accuracy? Some Preliminary Evidence. Univ. of Michigan Law School, Empirical Legal Studies Center Working Paper Series, no. 07-018. Working Paper, 2007. (Last revised April 2010)

  • Daugirdas, Kristina (2010- ), Why the Draft Articles on IO Responsibility Matter. Working Paper, 2013.
  • Ellsworth, Phoebe C. (1987- ), co-author. Confirmation Bias in Criminal Investigations. B. O'Brien, co-author. Univ. of Texas School of Law, Conference on Empirical Legal Studies Paper. Working Paper, 2006.
  • Friedman, Richard D. (1988- ), co-author. "The Child Quasi-Witness." S. J. Ceci, co-author. (Work in progress).

  • ______. "Aggregate Versus Unit Scoring." (Work in progress).

  • Geradin, Damien (2010- ).The EU Competition Law Fining System: A Reassessment. Working Paper, 2011.

  • ______. Refusal to Supply and Margin Squeeze: A Discussion of Why the 'Telefonica Exceptions' Are Wrong. Working Paper, 2011.


    ______, co-author. Industrial Policy and European Merger Control: A Reassessment. Ianis Girgenson, co-author. Working Paper, 2011.

    ______, co-author. Reverse Hold-Ups: The (Often Ignored) Risks Faced by Innovators in Standardized Areas. Working Paper, 2010.

    ______. Price Discrimination in the Postal Sector and Competition Law. Working Paper, 2010.

    ______, co-author. Judicial Review in European Union Competition Law: A Quantitative and Qualitative Assessment. Petit, Nicholas, co-author. TILEC Discussion Paper No. 2010-008; Tilburg Law School Research Paper No. 01/2011. Working Paper, 2010.

    ______. Is the Guidance Paper on the Commission's Enforcement Priorities in Applying Article 102 TFEU to Abusive Exclusionary Conduct Useful? Working Paper, 2010.

    ______, co-author. Interpretating and Enforcing the Voluntary FRAND Commitment. Roger G. Brooks, co-author. Working Paper, 2010.

    ______. The Decision of the Commission of 13 May 2009 of the Intel Case: Where is the Foreclosure and Consumer Harm? Tilburg University, Law & Economics Center Discussion Paper, no. 2010-022. Working Paper, 2009. (Last revised May 2010.)

    ______, co-author. Abuse of Dominance in the Postal Sector--The Contribution of the Guidance Paper on Article 82 EC. D. Henry, co-author. Working Paper, 2009. (Last revised May 2010.)

    ______. What's Wrong with Royalties in High Technology Industries? (Prepared for George Mason University School of Law & Microsoft Corporation Conference on the Law and Economics of Innovation: 'Patents and the Commercialization of Innovation,' May 2008). Working Paper, 2008. (Last revised December 2009.)

    ______. Separating Pro-Competitive from Anti-Competitive Loyalty Rebates: A Conceptual Framework. (Prepared for Asia International Competition Comference, September 2008). Working Paper, 2008. (Last revised January 2009.)

    ______, co-author. Extraterritoriality, Comity and Cooperation in EC Competition Law. D. Henry & M. Reysen, co-authors. Tilburg University, Law & Economics Center. Working Paper, 2008.

    ______, co-author. Elves or Trolls? The Role of Non-Practicing Patent Owners in the Innovation Economy. A. Layne-Farrar & A. Jorge Padilla, co-authors. Tilburg University, Law & Economics Center Discussion Paper, no. 2008-018. Working Paper, 2008.

    ______. The Necessary Limits to the Control of 'Excessive' Prices by Competition Authorities - A View From Europe. Tilburg University Legal Studies. Working Paper, 2007.

    ______, co-author. The Ex Ante Auction Model for the Control of Market Power in Standard Setting Organizations. A. Layne-Farrar & A. Jorge Padilla, co-authors. Working Paper, 2007.

    ______, co-author. Royalty Stacking in High Tech Industries: Separating Myth from Reality. A.Layne-Farrar and A.Jorge Padilla, co-authors. Center for Economic Research Disussion Paper, no. 6091. Working Paper, 2007.

    ______, co-author. Revisiting Injunctive Relief: Interpreting eBay in High-Tech Industries with Non-Practicing Patent Holders. V. Denicolò, A. Layne-Farrar and A Jorge Padille, co-authors. Working Paper, 2007. (Last revised May 2009).

    ______. Abusive Pricing in an IP Licensing Context: An EC Competition Law Analysis. Tilburg University, Law & Economics Center Discussion Paper, no. 2007-020. Working Paper, 2007.

    ______. Twenty Years of Liberalization of Network Industries: Where Do We Go Now? Tilburg Univ., Law & Economics Center Discussion Papers Series. Working Paper, 2006.

    ______. Enhancing Competition in the Postal Sector: Can We Do Away With Sector-Specific Regulation? (Prepared for 14th Conference on Postal & Delivery Economics, June 2006). Working Paper, 2006. (Last revised May 2007.)

    ______, co-author. DG Comp's Discussion Paper on Article 82: Implications of the Proposed Framework and Antitrust Rules for Dynamically Competitive Industries. C. Ahlborn, V. Denicolò and A. Jorge Padilla, co-authors. Working Paper, 2006.

    ______, co-author. Article 82, IP Rights, and Industry Standards: In Reply. M. Rato, co-author. Working Paper, 2006.

    ______, co-author. Antitrust vs. Sector-Specific Regulation in Telecom: What Works Best? M. Kerf & I. Neto, co-authors. Working Paper, 2006.

    ______, co-author. Antitrust vs. Sector-Specific Regulation in Telecom: The Impact on Competitiveness. M. Kerf & I. Neto, co-authors. Working Paper, 2006.

    ______, co-author. Antitrust vs. Sector-Specific Regulation in Telecom: A Close Look at Interconnection. M. Kerf & I. Neto, co-authors. Working Paper, 2006.

    ______, co-author. The Concept of Dominance in EC Competition Law. P.Hofer, F. Louis N. Petit & M. Walker, co-authors. College of Europe, Global Competition Law Centre Research Paper. Working Paper, 2005.

    ______, co-author. Regulatory Co-Opetiton: Transcending the Regulatory Competition Debate. J.A. McCahery, co-author. Amsterdam Center for Law & Economics Working Paper, no. 2005-06. Working Paper, 2005.

    ______, co-author. Judicial Remedies Under EC Competition Law: Complex Issues Arising from the 'Modernisation' Process. N.Petit, co-author. Working paper, 2005. (Last revised February 2006.)

    ______. Competition Law Problems Raised by the Entry of Incumbent Telecommunications Operators in the Media Content Delivery Market. Tilburg University, Law & Economics Center. Working Paper, 2005. (Last revised February 2006.)

    ______, co-author. The Development of Agencies at EU and National Levels: Conceptual Analysis and Proposals for Reform. N. Petit, co-author. New York University School of Law, Jean Monnet Working Paper, no. 01/04. Working Paper, 2004.

    ______, co-author. Competition Rules in the Euromed Countries with a Special Emphasis on Network Industries. N. Petit, co-author. Presented at World Bank ABCDE Conference, May 2003. Working Paper, 2004.

    ______. Development of Standards for Regulatory Systems in Infrastructure: Emerging Principles of Utility Regulation. Working Paper, 2002. (Last revised February 2004.)

  • Hathaway, James C. (1998- ), co-author. Non-Refoulement in a World of Cooperative Deterrence. T. Gammeltoft-Hansen, co-author. Univ. of Michigan Law School, Law & Economics Research Paper Series, no. 14-016. Working Paper, 2014.

  • Hines, James R., Jr. (2006- ), co-author. Who Offers Tax-Based Business Development Incentives? R. A. Felix, co-author. NBER Working Paper, no. 17466. Cambridge, MA: National Bureau of Economic Research, Working Paper, 2011.

    ______, co-author. Tax Policy and the Efficiency of U.S. Direct Investment Abroad. M. A. Desai and C. F. Foley, co-authors. NBER Working Paper, no. 17202. Cambridge, Mass.: National Bureau of Economic Research, Working Paper, 2011.

    ______, co-author. Corporate Taxes and Union Wages in the United States. R. A. Felix, co-author. NBER Working Paper, no. 15263. Cambridge, MA: National Bureau of Economic Research, Working Paper, 2009.

    ______, co-author. Foreign Direct Investment and Domestic Economic Activity. M. A. Desai and C. F. Foley, co-authors. NBER Working Paper, no. 11717. Cambridge, MA: National Bureau of Economic Research, Working Paper, 2005.

    ______, co-author. Economic Effects of Regional Tax Havens. M.A.Desai and C.F.Foley, co-authors. NBER Working Paper, no. 10806. Cambridge, MA: National Bureau of Economic Research, Working Paper, 2004.

    ______, co-author. Tax Credits and Charitable Contributions in Michigan. N.E.Feldman, co-author. Univ. of Michigan, Office of Tax Policy Research Working Paper Series, no. 2007-3. Working Paper, 2003.

    ______, co-author. Economic Foundations of International Tax Rules. M. A. Desai, co-author. Washington, D.C.: American Tax Policy Institute, Working Paper, 2003.

    ______, co-author. Value-Added Taxes and International Trade: The Evidence. M.A.Desai, co-author. Working Paper, 2002.

    ______, co-author. Understanding Tax Evasion Dynamics. E.Engel, co-author. NBER Working paper, no. 6903. Cambridge, MA: National Bureau of Economic Research, Working Paper, 1999.

    ______. Investment Ramifications of Distortionary Tax Subsidies. NBER Working Paper, no. 6615. Cambridge, MA: National Bureau of Economic Research, Working paper, 1998.

    ______. Taxed Avoidance: American Participation in Unsanctioned International Boycotts. NBER Working Paper, no. 6116. Cambridge, MA: National Bureau of Economic Research, Working Paper, 1997.

    ______. Forbidden Payment: Foreign Bribery and American Business After 1977. NBER Working Paper, no. 5266. Cambridge, MA: National Bureau of Economic Research, Working Paper, 1995.

    ______. The Transfer Pricing Problem: Where the Profits Are. NBER Working Paper, no. 3538. Cambridge, MA: National Bureau of Economic Research, Working Paper, 1990.

    ______, co-author. Tax Reform, Investment, and the Value of the Firm. A.J.Auerbach, co-author. NBER Working Paper, no. 1803. Cambridge,MA: National Bureau of Economic Research, Working Paper, 1986.

  • Khanna, Vikramaditya S. (2004- ), co-author. The Anatomy of Legal Recruitment in India: Tracing the Tracks of Globalization. A. Singh and J. Gingerich, co-authors. Working Paper, 2013.

    ______. When Should We Impose Criminal Sanctions on Executives? Working Paper, 2012.

    ______, co-author. The Rise of the Corporate Counsel in India. D. B. Wilkins, co-author. Working Paper, 2012.

    ______. The Evolving Global Supply Chain in Legal Services. Working Paper, 2012.

    ______, co-author. Regulating "Squeeze Outs" in India. U. Varottil, co-author. Working Paper, 2012.

    ______, co-author. Reforming the Corporate Bonds Market in India. U. Varottil, co-author. National Stock Exchange of India Working Paper Series, No. 6. Working Paper, 2012.

    ______. Law Enforcement and Stock Market Development. Working Paper, 2012.

    ______, co-author. Freeze-Outs Before Cross-Listings: An Analysis of the Mardi Gras Effect. D. Dharmapala, co-author. Working Paper, 2012.

    ______, co-author. CEO Connectedness and Corporate Frauds. E. H. Kim and Y. Lu, co-authors. Univ. of Michigan Public Law & Legal Theory Research Paper Series, no. 283. Working Paper, 2012.

    ______, co- author. Firm-Level Corporate Governance in Emerging Markets A Case Study of India. B.N.Balasubramanian and B.S.Black, co-authors. European Corporate Governance Institute, Working Paper Series in Law, no. 119/2009. Working Paper, 2008. (Last revised July 2009)

    ______. The Economic History of Organizational Entities in Ancient India. Univ. of Michigan Law School, Empirical Legal Studies Center Discussion Paper Series, no. 05-014. Working Paper, 2005.

    ______. Corporate Defendants and the Protections of Criminal Procedure An Economic Analysis. Univ. of Michigan Law School, The John M. Olin Center for Law & Economics Working Paper Series, no. 04-015. Working Paper, 2004. (Last revised February 2006)

    ______. Toward a Functional Understanding of Standing. Harvard Law School, Center for Law, Economics, & Business Discussion Paper, no. 355. Working Paper, 2002.

    ______, co-author. Toward an Economic Theory of Pro-Defendant Criminal Procedure. K. N. Hylton, co-author. Harvard Law School Center for Law, Economics, & Business Discussion Paper, no. 318. Working Paper, 2001.

  • Kim, Hwa-Jin (2011- ). Toward Transatlantic Convergence in Financial Regulation. Univ. of Michigan Law & Economics, Empirical Legal Studies Center Working Paper Series, no. 11-004; Univ. of Michigan Public Law Working Paper Series, no. 234. Working Paper, 2011.

    ______. Concentrated Ownership and Corporate Control: Wallenberg Sphere and Samsung Group. Univ. of Michigan Law School, Law and Economics Research Paper Series, no. 14-015. Working Paper, 2014.
  • Krier, James E. (1983- ). The Evolution of Property Rights: A Synthetic Overview. Univ. of Michigan Law School, The John M. Olin Center for Law & Economics Working Paper Series, no. 08-021. Working Paper, 2008.
  • Lempert, Richard O. (1968- ), co-author. The Mismatch Myth in American Higher Education: A Synthesis of Empirical Evidence at the Law School and Undergraduate Levels. W. C. Kidder, co-author. U of Michigan Public Law Research Paper No. 404. Working Paper, 2014.
  • ______. Failing Law Schools, by Brian Z. Tamanaha: A Review. U of Michigan Public Law Research Paper No. 399. Working Paper, 2014.

    ______. Growing Up in Law & Society: The Pulls of Policy and Methods. U of Michigan Public Law Research Paper, no. 335. Working Paper, 2013.

    ______. University of Michigan Bar Passage 2004-2006: A Failure to Replicate Professor Sander’s Results, With Implications for Affirmative Action. Univ. of Michigan Law School, Law and Economics Research Paper Series, no. 12-013. Working Paper, 2012.

    ______, co-author. Affirmative Action in American Law Schools: A Critical Response to Richard Sander's "A Reply to Critics". W. Kidder, T. T. Clydesdale, and D. L. Chambers, co-authors. Univ. of Michigan Law School, Law and Economics Olin Working Paper, no. 06-001. Working Paper, 2006.

  • Logue, Kyle D. (1993- ), "Co-author. Explaining Variation in Insurance Anti-Discrimination Laws. R. Avraham and D. Schwarcz, co-authors. Univ. of Michigan Law School, Law & Economics Research Paper Series, no. 13-018. Working Paper, 2013.

  • McCrudden, Christopher (2001- ). Reva Siegel and the Role of Religion in Constructing the Meaning of "Human Dignity". University of Michigan Public Law Research Paper No. 320. Working Paper, 2013.

  • ______, co- author. The Future of the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights. J. Dutheil de la Rochère and G. De Búrca, co-authors. NYU School of Law, Jean Monnet Working Paper Series, no. 10/01. Working Paper, 2001.


  • Prescott, James J. (2006- ). "Measuring the Consequences of Criminal Jury Trial Protections." (Under review, 2011).
    ______, co-author. "Determinants of Success in Post-Conviction Litigation by the Innocent." B. L. Garrett, co-author. (Under review, 2010).

    ______, co-author. Trial and Settlement: A Study of High-Low Agreements. K. E. Spier and A. H. Yoon, co-author. Harvard Law and Economics Discussion Paper, no. 678; Univ. of Michigan Law & Economics, Empirical Legal Studies Center Working Paper Series, no. 10-022; Univ. of Michigan Public Law Working Paper Series, no. 217. Under review, 2010.

    ______, co-author. Disaggregating Employment Protection: The Case of Disability Discrimination. C. Jolls, co-author. Harvard Public Law Working Paper, no. 106. Working Paper, 2005.

  • Pritchard, Adam C. (1998- ), co-author. Carrot or Stick? The Shift from Voluntary to Mandatory Disclosure of Risk Factors. K. K. Nelson, co-author. Univ. Of Michigan Law School, Law and Economics Research Paper Series, no. 14-013. Working Paper, 2014.

    ______, co-author. The Influence of Arbitrator Background and Representation on Arbitration Outcomes. S. J. Choi and J. E. Fisch, co-authors. Univ. Of Michigan Law School, Public Law and Legal Theory Research Paper Series, no. 285. Working Paper, 2012.

    ______, co-author. SEC Investigations and Securities Class Actions: An Empirical Comparison. S. J. Choi, co-author. Univ. of Michigan Law School, Law & Economics Research Paper Series, no 12-022. Working Paper, 2012.

    ______, co-author. Do Delaware CEOs Get Fired? M. Jagannathan, co-author. Univ. of Michigan Law School, The John M. Olin Center for Law & Economics Working Paper Series, no. 08-024. Working Paper, 2008. (Last revised March 2013.)

  • Radin, Margaret Jane (2007- ). What Boilerplate Said: A Response to Omri Ben-Shahar (and a Diagnosis). Univ. of Michigan Public Law and Legal Theory Working Paper Series, No. 392; Univ. of Michigan Law School, Law & Economics Research Paper Series, No. 14-007. Working Paper, 2014.
  • Reimann, Mathias W. (1985- ), co-author. Federalism and Legal Unification: A Comparative Empirical Investigation of 20 Systems. D. Halberstam, co-author. Univ. of Michigan Law School, Public Law & Legal Theory Working Paper Series, no. 186. Working Paper, 2010.
  • Santarosa, Veronica A. (2011- ). Financing Long-Distance Trade Without Banks: The Joint Liability Rule and Bills of Exchange in 18th-century France. Working Paper, 2012.

  • ______. Unemployment Risk and Precautionary Savings: Evidence from the 1880s New Jersey Worker Surveys. Working Paper, 2011.

    ______. The Quality of Contracting Institutions and the Choice of Ownership vs. Contract. Working Paper, 2011.

    ______, co-author. Politics, Instability, and International Investment Flows. A. Durnev, R. Enikolopov, and M. Petrova, co-authors. Working Paper, 2011.

  • Scott, Rebecca J. (2002- ), O Trabalho Escravo Contemporâneo e os Usos da História (Contemporary Slave Labor and the Uses of History). University of Michigan Public Law Research Paper Series, No. 333. Working Paper, 2013.
  • Schneider, Carl E. (1981- ). Co-author. The Futility of Cost Benefit Analysis in Financial Disclosure Regulation. O. Ben-Shahar, co-author. Univ. of Michigan Public Law and Legal Theory Working Paper Series, No. 385; Univ. of Michigan Law School, Law & Economics Research Paper Series, No. 14-008. Working Paper, 2014.
  • Vining, Joseph (1969- ). Meaning in the Natural World. Univ. of Michigan Public Law & Legal Theory Research Paper Series, no. 326; Univ. of Michigan Law & Economic Research Paper Series, no. 13-006. Working Paper, 2013.

  • ______. The Effect of Economic Integration with China on the Future of American Corporate Law. Univ. of Michigan Law & Economics, Empirical Legal Studies Center Working Paper Series, no. 10-012; Univ. of Michigan Law School, Public Law & Legal Theory Working Paper Series, no. 192. Working Paper, 2010.

    ______. China, Business Law, and Finance -- Accession to the World Trade Organization. Univ. of Michigan Law School, Public Law & Legal Theory Working Paper Series, no. 123; Univ. of Michigan Law School, The John M. Olin Center for Law and Economics Working Paper Series, no. 90. Working Paper, 2008

  • Waggoner, Lawrence W. (1974- ). The Creeping Federalization of Wealth-Transfer Law. Univ. of Michigan Public Law Research Paper No. 356; Univ. of Michigan Law & Economics Research Paper No. 13-019. Working Paper, 2013.

    ______. From Here to Eternity: The Folly of Perpetual Trusts. Univ. of Michigan Public Law Working Paper, no. 259. Working Paper, 2011.

  • ______.The Uniform Probate Code's Elective Share: Time for a Reassessment (With an Addendum Reporting on Post-Publication Amendments). U of Michigan Public Law Working Paper, no. 208. Working Paper, 2010. (Revised version of article originally published in U. Mich. J. L. Reform 37, no. 1 (2003): 1-37.)

    ______. The American Law Institute Proposes Simplifying the Doctrine of Estates. U of Michigan Public Law Working Paper, no. 198. Working Paper, 2010.

    ______. The American Law Institute Proposes a New Approach to Perpetuities: Limiting the Dead Hand to Two Younger Generations. Univ. of Michigan Public Law Working Paper, no. 200. Working paper, 2010.

    ______. Curtailing Dead-hand Control: The American Law Institute Declares the Perpetual-Trust Movement Ill Advised. Univ. of Michigan Public Law Working Paper, no. 199. Working Paper, 2010.

    ______, co-author. Curing Execution Errors and Mistaken Terms in Wills. J. H. Langbein, co-author. U of Michigan Public Law Working Paper, no. 207. Working Paper, 2010.

    ______. Congress Should Impose a Two-Generation Limit on the GST Exemption: Here's Why. Univ. of Michigan Public Law Working Paper, no. 205. Working Paper, 2010.

    ______. Rev. Proc. 2005-24 and the UPC Elective Share. University of Michigan Program in Law and Economics Working Paper Series, no. 05-009. Working Paper, 2005.

  • West, Mark D. (1998- ). Employment Market Institutions and Japanese Working Hours. Univ. of Michigan Law School, The John M. Olin Center for Law & Economics Working Paper Series, no. 03-016; Univ. of Michigan Public Law & Legal Theory Working Paper Series, no. 38. Working Paper, 2003. (A revised version of this paper appears as a chapter in Law in Everyday Japan: Sex, Sumo, Suicide, and Statutes. Chicago: Univ. of Chicago Press, 2005.)

  • ______. Dying to Get Out of Debt: Consumer Insolvency Law and Suicide in Japan. Univ. of Michigan Law School, The John M. Olin Center for Law & Economics Working Paper Series, no. 03-015. Working Paper, 2003. (A revised version of this paper appears as a chapter in Law in Everyday Japan: Sex, Sumo, Suicide, and Statutes. Chicago: Univ. of Chicago Press, 2005.)

    ______. Legal Determinants of World Cup Success. Univ. of Michigan Law School, The John M. Olin Center for Law & Economics Working Paper Series, no. 02-009. Working Paper, 2002.

    ______. Japanese Love Hotels: Legal Change, Social Change, and Industry Change. Univ. of Michigan Law School, The John M. Olin Center for Law & Economics Working Paper Series, no. 02-018. Working Paper, 2002. (A revised version of this paper appears as a chapter in Law in Everyday Japan: Sex, Sumo, Suicide, and Statutes. Chicago: Univ. of Chicago Press, 2005.)


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