Law and Economics Workshop
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 Fall 2015 workshop will be held from 4:10-6:10 p.m. in South Hall room 1020 and is organized by Professors J.J. Prescott (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Veronica Santarosa (email@example.com)
If you would like to receive workshop announcements, please contact Jenny Rickard (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.)
James R. Hines Jr., University of Michigan Law School
September 9- Joint session with Legal History Workshop
Claire Lemercier, CNRS and Sciences Po- Paris
"How do Businessmen Like Their Courts? Evidence from Mid-19th Century France, England, and New York City"
Daniel Klerman, USC Gould School of Law
"Forum Selling" (Greg Reilly, co-author)
Emiliano Catan, NYU School of Law
"The Law and Finance of Anti-Takeover Statutes" (Marcel Kahan, co-author)
Holger Spamann, Harvard Law School
"Experimental Investigation of Judicial Decision-Making"
For a copy of this paper, please email Jenny Rickard (email@example.com).
Anthony Niblett, University of Toronto Faculty of Law
"The Death of Standards" (Anthony Casey, co-author)
Orly Lobel, University of San Diego School of Law
"The Law of the Platform"
Thomas Miceli, University of Connecticut Department of Economics
"Opportunism in Sequential Investment Settings: On Strategies for Overcoming Holdups and Holdouts" (Kathleen Segerson, co-author)
Crystal Yang, Harvard Law School
"Local Labor Markets and Criminal Recidivism"
Vikramaditya Khanna, Michigan Law
"Can Two Wrongs Make a Right?: Insights from the Development of the Home Mortgage Market in India"
Mitu Gulati, Duke University School of Law
"A Market for Sovereign Control?" (Joseph Blocher, co-author)
Daniel Kelly, Notre Dame Law School
"Agency Costs and Fiduciary Duties"
James Greiner, Harvard Law School
"The Problem of Default, Part I"
Evan Starr, University of Maryland Robert H. Smith School of Business
"Do Noncompetes Chill Employee Mobility?" (Norm Bishara & J.J. Prescott, co-authors)