Richard H. McAdams : Additional Activities
RESEARCH GRANTS AND AWARDS
Selected for Fellowship at the Center for Advanced Studies in the Behavioral Sciences, Stanford, California (2005); eligible for six academic years.
National Science Foundation Award No. SES-0351530 ($84,822 for 2004-2007) with Janice Nadler, for “Expressive Law in Mixed Motive Games,” jointly funded by the Programs for Law and Social Science; Economics; and Decision, Risk and Management Science.
American Bar Foundation grant ($209,000 for 2002-2006) with Janice Nadler, for “Expressive Law: Testing the Effects of Third-Party Recommendations on Behavior in Coordination Games.”
PROFESSIONAL SERVICE AND OTHER SCHOLARLY ACTIVITIES
Nat’l Science Foundation, Law & Social Sciences Advisory Panel, Fall 2010; Spring 2011
Annual Review of Law and Social Science, 2007-11
The Open Law Journal, starting 2008
American Law and Economics Association
Board of Directors, 2005-08
Program Committee, 2006-2007
Topic Area Organizer and/or Panel Chair, 2001, 2003, 2006 (social norms & behavioral economics); 1998, 2009 (criminal law)
Law and Society Association
Chair, Dissertation Prize Committee, 2004-2005
Member, Article Prize Committee, 2003-2004
Reviewer for: Conflict Management & Peace Science; Economics & Philosophy; Encyclopedia of Law & Economics; Harvard University Press; International Review of Law & Economics; Journal of Empirical Legal Studies; Journal of Law, Economics & Organization; Journal of Legal Studies; Journal of Policy Analysis & Management; Journal of Politics; Law & History Review; Law & Philosophy; Law & Social Inquiry; Law & Society Review; Review of Law & Economics; Scandanavian Journal of Economics; Stanford University Press; State and Local Government Review; Supreme Court Economic Review.
Law, Norms, and Informal Order, an Abstracting Journal of the LSN (Legal Scholarship Network), of the SSRN (Social Science Research Network)
Founder and Editor, May 2005 - present
Conference or Symposium Organizer:
Symposium on The Economics of Race
Co-Organizer (with T. Miles), University of Chicago, May 14-15, 2010
American Association of Law Schools
Organizer, Annual Meeting, Atlanta, January 2004
Criminal Law Section panel on “Unreviewable Discretion”
Midwest Law & Economics Association
Co-Organizer (with T. Ginsburg and T. Ulen), Annual Meeting, University of Illinois, October, 2002.
Symposium on Empirical and Experimental Methods in Law
Co-Organizer (with T. Ulen), University of Illinois, April, 2001
Published in 2002 Illinois Law Review 789-1176
Race and Criminal Law
Organizer and Editor, 73 Chicago-Kent Law Review 467-705 (1998).