Michigan's Law & Economics workshop provides an opportunity for faculty and students from across the University to engage with cutting-edge law and economics research. The Winter 2020 workshops are meeting on Thursdays from 4:30-6:30 p.m. in Jeffries Hall room 1020, and are organized by Professor J.J. Prescott (firstname.lastname@example.org).If you would like to receive workshop announcements, please contact Jenny Rickard (email@example.com) or Marielle Toonen (firstname.lastname@example.org) and ask to have your name added to the workshop's email list.(Please click on the Workshop navigation link to the left to view past workshop topics.)
January 16Jenna Bednar, University of Michigan Policital Science"The Interdependence of Laws: How Social Interpretation and Culture Shape Institutional Performance" (related paper)
N.B. this workshop will start at 5PM - all other workshops will start at 4:30PM
January 23Kyle Rozema, Washington University School of Law"Lawyer Misconduct in America"
January 30Elisabeth de Fontenay, Duke Law"Complexity in Debt Agreements: The Case of EBITDA"
February 6Omri Ben-Shahar, University of Chicago Law School"Rethinking Nudge: An Information-Costs Theory of Default Rules"
February 13Albert Choi, University of Michigan Law School"Deal Protection Devices"
February 20Bert Huang. Columbia Law SchoolTBD
February 27Scott Baker, Washington University School of Law"Analogical Persuasion"
Fred Tung, Boston University School of Law"Restructuring Support Agreements: An Empirical Analysis"
March 19Stephanie Didwania, Temple University Beasley School of Law"(How Much) Do Mandatory Minimums Matter?"
March 26Julian Nyarko, Stanford Law School"Stickiness and Incomplete Contracts"
April 2Alexandra Lahav, UConn School of Law"The Knowledge Remedy"
April 9Margo Schlanger, University of Michigan Law School"Mapping the Iceberg: The Impact of Data Source on the Study of District Courts"
April 16Michael Ohlrogge, NYU School of Law"Bankruptcy Claim Dischargeability and Public Externalities: Evidence from a Natural Experiment"
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