Adam Chilton : Publications
“The Laws of War and Public Opinion: An Experimental Study.”Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics (forthcoming 2015).
"Foreign Sovereign Immunity and Comparative Institutional Competence." 163 University of Pennsylvania Law Review (forthcoming 2014) (co-authored with Christopher Whytock).
“Supplying Compliance: Why and When the US Complies with WTO Rulings.” 39 Yale Journal of International Law (forthcoming 2014) (co-authored with Rachel Brewster).
“The Influence of International Human Rights Agreements on Public Opinion: An Experimental Study.” 15 Chicago Journal of International Law 110 (2014) (data).
"Why the Study of International Law Needs Experiments." 52 Columbia Journal of Transnational Law 173 (2013) (co-authored with Dustin Tingley). (data)
"The Doctrinal Paradox & International Law." 34 University of Pennsylvania Journal of International Law 67 (2012) (co-authored with Dustin Tingley).
"The Earned Income Tax Credit, Low-Income Workers, and the Legal Aid Community." 3 Columbia Journal of Tax Law 177 (2012) (co-authored with Jonathan P. Schneller & Joshua L. Boehm).
"Equality, Procedural Justice, & the World Trade Organization." 7 Intercultural Human Rights Law Review 101 (2012) (co-authored with Ryan W. Davis).
"Reconsidering the Motivations of the United States' Bilateral Investment Treaty Program." American Society of International Law Proceedings (forthcoming 2015).
"A Reply to Ronald Dworkin's New Theory of International Law." 80 University of Chicago Law Review Dialogue 105 (2013).
"Brazil's Pregnancy Registration Requirement and International Commitments to the Rights of Women." 40 Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics 696 (2012).
Book Note, The Idea of Human Rights by Charles E. Beitz, 25 Harvard Human Rights Journal 237 (2012).
"India's Evolving Patent Laws and WTO Obligations: The Rejection of Abbott Laboratories' Application for a New Kaletra Patent." 39 Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics 296 (2011).
Book Note, Mobilizing For Human Rights: International Law in Domestic Politics by Beth Simmons, 23 Harvard Human Rights Journal 703 (2011).