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Daniel Abebe : Presentations

"Rethinking the Costs of International Delegations." International Law Colloquium, Arizona State University College of Law, January 2013.

"Rethinking the Costs of International Delegations." Wharton-Colorado International Law Workshop, University of Colorado Law School, September 2012 (Discussant and presenter).

"The Global Determinants of U.S. Foreign Affairs Law." Work-in-Progress Seminar, University of Chicago Law School, May 2012.

“Rethinking International Delegations.” Duke – Harvard Foreign Relations Law Workshop: The Political Economy of U.S. Foreign Relations Law, November 2010.

“The Pashtunwalli: An Economic Analysis.” Symposium on Governance and Power, University of Chicago Law School, October 2010 (Discussant).

“Rational Treaties and Constitutional Design.” Rational Choice and Constitutional Design Conference, University of Chicago Law School, September 2010 (Discussant).

"Climate Change and Internal Heterogeneity," American Law and Economics Association Annual Meeting, University of San Diego School of Law, May 2009.

"The Two Chinas and the Problem of Global Warming." Chicago's Best Ideas, University of Chicago Law School, January 2009 (with Jonathan Masur).

"Medellin's New Paradigm for Treaty Interpretation." Expanding Foreign Relations Law: Constitutional and International Perspectives, Vanderbilt Law School, September 2008 (commentator).

"A Nation Divided: Eastern China, Western China, and the Problem of Global Warming." International Legal Theory Colloquium, Georgetown Law School, October 2008.

"Not Just Doctrine: The True Motivation for Federal Incorporation and International Human Rights Litigation." Work-in-Progress Seminar, University of Chicago Law School, August 2007.

"A Discussion on the Merits of U.S. Involvement in Darfur." Debate with Professors Eric Posner, Jide Nzelibe, and Matthew Lippman, sponsored by the University of Chicago Law School and the University of Chicago Law School Black Law Students Association, November 2006.