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Richard H. McAdams : Presentations

Hoffinger Criminal Justice Colloquium, NYU, Expressive Theories of Criminal Law (April 2013)

Law & Literature Seminar (Robin West), Georgetown, Empathy and Manhood in “To Kill a Mockingbird” (Feb. 2013)

Southern Economics Association annual meeting, New Orleans, invited to panel for Behavioral Law & Economics, Multiple Equilibria and Temporary Law (Nov 2012)

Faculty Workshop, Tulane, Empathy and Manhood in Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird (March 2012)

Conference on Manhood in American Law & Literature, U. Chicago, Empathy and Manhood in Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird, (Feb. 2012).

Faculty Workshop, Ariz. St. U., The Focal Point Theory of Legal Compliance (Feb. 2012)

Faculty Workshop, Duke Law, Custom and the Focal Point Theory (Jan 2012)

LSA meeting, San Francisco (June 2011), Vengeance, Complicity & Criminal Law in Othello.

ALEA meeting, Columbia U. (May 2011), Punitive Police? Agency Costs, Law Enforcement & Criminal Procedure

Criminal Justice Roundtable, Yale, Punitive Police? Agency Costs, Law Enforcement & Criminal Procedure (Apr 2011)

Faculty Workshop, Emory Law, Vengeance, Complicity, & Criminal Law in Othello (Apr 2011)

Law & Politics Colloquium, Wash U., The Expressive Power of Law (April 2011)

Law & Econ. Seminar, Stanford, Punitive Police? Agency Costs, Law Enforcement, & Criminal Procedure (Feb. 2011)

Seminar on the Expressive Function of Law, ETH Zurich (July 2010)

First Annual Meeting, Spanish Assoc. of Law & Econ., Madrid, Keynote: The Economics of Law’s Expression (June 2010)

LSA Meeting. (Chicago) Bill Stuntz and the Principal-Agent Problem in Criminal Law (May 2010)

Conference on Bill Stuntz, Harv. Law School, Bill Stuntz & the Principal-Agent Problem in Criminal Law (Mar. 2010)

Faculty workshop, Brooklyn Law, Vengeance, Complicity, and Criminal Law in Othello (Oct. 2009)

Conference on Shakespeare and the Law, U. Chicago Law School, Criminal Responsibility in Shakespeare: Did Iago Murder Desdemona? (May 2009).

Conference on Richard A. Epstein, Tulsa Law School, The Legal Regulation of Discrimination (March 2009).

Conference on "Evolution, Complexity, and Law," Santa Fe Institute, Co-Evolution of Law & Custom (March 2009).

Joint Faculty workshop, UNC & Duke Law, The Expressive Powers of Law (March 2009).

Faculty workshop, Wash U. Law, The Expressive Power of Law (March 2009).

Conference on "The Hart-Fuller Debate 50 Years On," Australian Nat'l Univ.College of Law, Canberra, Australia (Dec. 2008), Comment on Philip Pettit's Norms, Commitment, and Censure.

Conference on Coordination in the Absence of Sovereignty, Max Planck Inst. & U. Bonn., Lübbenau, Germany (June 2008), Comment on Anne van Aaken, Effectuating International Law Through Market Mechanisms?

ALEA mtg., Columbia U. (May 2008), Exclusionary Rules Convict the Innocent (w/ Dharmapala & Garoupa).

Law & Econ. Workshop, ETH, U. Zurich & U. St. Gallen (Apr. 2008), "Vicious Circles'" of Discrimination, the Just World Belief, and Hate Crime Statutes.

Law & Econ. Lecture, ETH, U. Zurich, & U. St. Gallen (Apr. 2008), The Expressive Power of Law.

Law & Econ. Workshop, BU (Nov.2007), Beyond the Prisoners' Dilemma: Coordination, Equity & Law.

Conference on Law, Moral, and Social Norms, National Univ. Colombia, Bogota, Inegalitarian and Illiberal Conventions and Norms (Oct. 2007).

Chair & Discussant, panel on Advances in Behavioral Economics, LSA mtg., Berlin (Jul 2007).

Conference on Behavioral Approaches to Legal Compliance, Bar-Ilan and Hebrew Universities, Beyond the Prisoners’ Dilemma: Equity and Coordination Games, Social Frames, and Law (May 2007).

Conference on “Public International Law & Economics,” Max Planck Institute, Bonn, Germany, (Dec 2006), comment on G. Norman & J. Trachtman, The Customary International Law Game.

Conference on “The Institutionalization of International Norms,” Center for Int’l & Comparative Studies, Northwestern U. (Oct 2006), An Expressive Theory of Adjudication

Law & Econ. Workshop, U. Virginia (Oct 2006), The Just World Bias and Hate Crime Statutes.

Brownbag, Center for the Study of Race & Law, U. Virginia (Oct 2006), Economics of Racial Profiling.

Discussant, panel on Studying Variations in Leadership and Participation: Judges and Juries, LSA mtg, Baltimore (Jul 2006).

Discussant, panel on Rational Design of International Legal Institutions, LSA mtg, Baltimore (Jul 2006).

Technische Universität, Berlin, Conference on “Uncertainty, Risk and Regulation: The Behavioral Law and Economics Perspective” (June 2006), The Just World Bias and Hate Crime Statutes.

Chicago Law School Criminal Justice Roundtable (May 2006), Comment on M. Schanzenbach & E. Tiller, “Strategic Judging Under the U.S. Sentencing Guidelines: Positive Political Theory & Evidence.”

Georgetown, Conference on Economic & Social Inequality (March 2006), Economic Costs of Inequality.

Crime & Punishment workshop, U. Chicago, The Just World Bias and Hate Crime Statutes (Dec 2005).

Faculty workshop, U. Chicago, The Political Economy of Entrapment (Nov 2005).

International Society for New Institutional Economics annual meeting, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, Spain (Sept 2005), The Expressive Power of Adjudication.

Comparative Law & Economics Forum, Chicago (Sept 2005), The Political Economy of Entrapment.

Discussant/Chair, panel on Lawyers and Doctrines: Some Ethical and Empirical Explorations of the Practice of Tax Law, LSA mtg, Las Vegas (June 2005).

ALEA mtg, NYU (May 2005), The Just World Bias & Hate Crime (with N. Garoupa & D. Dharmapala).

Legal Theory workshop, Stanford (April 2005), The Uneasy Case for Regulating Undercover Operations: Institutional and Economic Perspectives on the Entrapment Defense.

Faculty workshop, Loyola-Los Angeles (April 2005), The Uneasy Case for Regulating Undercover Operations: Institutional and Economic Perspectives on the Entrapment Defense.

Faculty workshop, Boston U. (March 2005), The Expressive Power of Adjudication.

Discussant, M. Deflem, Policing World Soc’y: Historical Foundations of Internat’l Police Cooperation (OUP 2003), Illinois conf. on “Undercover Policing & Emerging Enforcement Powers,” (March 2005).

Faculty workshop, UCLA (Feb 2005), The Expressive Power of Adjudication.

Faculty workshop, Case-Western (Feb 2005), The Expressive Power of Adjudication.

Roundtable Discussion, Chicago-Kent (Nov 2004), Evolution and the Brain.

Law & Econ. workshop, Toronto (Nov 2004), The Expressive Power of Adjudication.

LSA mtg, Chicago (May 2004), Game Theory Accounts of Inequality & Contingency.

LSA mtg, Chicago (May 2004), Testing the Focal Point Theory of Legal Compliance: Expressive Influence in an Experimental Hawk/Dove Game (with J. Nadler).

ALEA mtg, N’western (May 2004), Testing the Focal Point Theory of Legal Compliance (with J.Nadler).

Faculty Workshop, Yale (Apr 2004), Expressive Adjudication.

Faculty Workshop, Seton Hall (Apr 2004), Expressive Adjudication.

Conference of Contributors to the forthcoming HANDBOOK OF LAW AND ECONOMICS, Harvard Law School (March 2004), Norms in Law and Economics (written with E. Rasmusen).

Workshop, Center for Law, Econ. & Org., USC (March 2004), A Third Model of Legal Compliance: Testing for Expressive Effects in a Hawk/Dove Game, (written with J. Nadler).

Faculty Workshop, U. Virginia (Feb 2004), A Third Model of Legal Compliance: Testing for Expressive Effects in a Hawk/Dove Game (written with J. Nadler).

Law & Econ. Workshop, U. Michigan (Dec 2003), A Third Model of Legal Compliance: Testing for Expressive Effects in a Hawk/Dove Game, (written with J. Nadler).

Faculty Workshop, U. Conn. (Nov 2003), A Third Model of Legal Compliance: Testing for Expressive Effects in a Hawk/Dove Game, (written with J. Nadler).

ALEA mtg, U. Toronto (Sept 2003) Adjudicating in Anarchy: An Expressive Theory of International Dispute Resolution (with T. Ginsburg).

Faculty/Graduate Student Workshop, U. Illinois Pol. Sci. Dept. (April 2003), Coordination at the Core: An Expressive Theory of International Adjudication (with T. Ginsburg).

Law & Social Norms conf., Fordham (Apr 2003), Conventions, Norms, & the Expressive Effect of Law.

Faculty Workshop, Florida State (Feb 2003), Expressive Law: Testing the Effects of Third-Party Recommendations on Behavior in Coordination Games (written with J. Nadler).

Faculty Workshop, Northwestern (Nov 2002), Coordination at the Core: An Expressive Theory of International Adjudication (with T. Ginsburg).

Faculty Workshop, Northwestern (Nov 2002), Expressive Law: Testing the Effects of Third-Party Recommendations on Behavior in Coordination Games (with J. Nadler).

Midwest Law & Econ. Assoc. mtg, Illinois (Oct 2002), An Expressive Theory of International Adjudication (with T. Ginsburg).

Law & Econ. Seminar, Harvard (Oct 2002), Words that Kill: An Economic Perspective on Hate Speech and Hate Crimes (with D. Dharmapala).

ALEA mtg, Harvard (May 2002), Words that Kill: An Economic Perspective on Hate Speech and Hate Crimes (written with D. Dharmapala).

LSA mtg, Vancouver, (May 2002), Game Theory and Gap Studies.

Yale Legal Theory Workshop (May 2002), The Uneasy Case for Undercover Operations and the Entrapment Defense: An Economic and Institutional Analysis.

Faculty Workshop, U. Texas (Apr 2002), The Uneasy Case for Undercover Operations and the Entrapment Defense: An Economic and Institutional Analysis.

Interdisciplinary workshop on “The Origin and Effects of Social Norms,” Wissenschaftskolleg zu Berlin (Apr 2002), The Legal Regulation of Conventions and Norms.

Faculty Workshop, Vanderbilt (Feb 2002), Entrapment: A Political and Economic Analysis.

Brownbag, UIUC Inst. of Gov. & Pub. Aff. (Oct 2001) Entrapment: A Political & Economic Analysis.

Faculty Workshop, Cornell (Oct 2001), An Economic Theory of the Entrapment Defense.

Midwest Law & Econ. Assoc. mtg, Indiana U. (Oct 2001), Game Theory and Gap Studies.

Canadian Law & Econ. Assoc. mtg, U. Toronto (Sept 2001), Game Theory & Gap Studies.

ALEA mtg, Georgetown Law Center (May 2001), A Focal Point Theory of Expressive Law.

Conference on Norms & Law, Wash. U. (March 2001), Discussant for Panel on Cognition & Complexity.

AALS Conference on Criminal Justice, Washington, D.C. (June 2000), Presentation on the economics of criminal law for the “Interdisciplinary Plenary” session.

Conference on New and Critical Approaches to Law & Economics, U. Oregon (March 2000), Symbolic Conflict and the Informational Theory of Expressive Law.

Olin Conference on The Legal Construction of Norms, U. Virginia (Feb 2000), What is Expressive Law?

Mtg of the Legal Research Initiative of the MacArthur Foundation’s Network on the Nature and Origins of Preferences, Chicago (Oct 1999), Presentation on Esteem Norms.

Conference on Fame, Shame, & Institutional Design, Research School of Social Science, Australian Nat’l U. (Aug 1999), The Regulation of Norms: Implications of an Esteem Theory.

Econ. workshop, RSSS, Australian Nat’l U. (June 1999), An Economic Analysis of Entrapment.

ALEA mtg, Yale (May 1999), An Economic Analysis of Entrapment.

Faculty workshop, Rutgers-Camden U. (Feb 1999), An Economic Analysis of Entrapment.

Law & Econ. Seminar, Harvard (Dec 1998), Defining Entrapment: An Economic Analysis.

Faculty workshop, Northwestern (Oct 1998), Incapacitation and Entrapment.

Conference on “Economics of Law Enforcement,” Harvard (Oct 1998), Incapacitation and Entrapment.

Conference on Norms & Incentives, RSSS, Australian Nat’l U. (July 1998), Esteem Norms and Law.

LSA mtg, Aspen (June 1998), Regulating Norms with Law.

AALS mtg, San Francisco (Jan 1998), Discussant, Panel on “Morality: Socio-Economics & Communitarian Perspectives.”

Faculty workshop, U. Illinois (Nov 1996), Law, Economics, & the Origin of Norms.

LSA mtg, Strathclyde U. (Jul 1996), Impulsiveness and the Legal Regulation of Advertising.

ALEA. mtg, Northwestern (May 1996) Theft Can Be Efficient, But Theft Rules Are Efficient.

Penn. L. Rev. symposium on Law, Economics & Norms (Feb 1996), Blackmail, Gossip, & Group Norms.

Faculty workshop, U. Florida (Nov 1995), Blackmail, Gossip and Group Norms.

Faculty workshop, Northwestern (Oct 1995), Blackmail and Group Norms.

ALEA mtg, U. Cal. – Berkeley (May 1995), Cooperation and Conflict: The Economics of Group Status Production and Race Discrimination.

Law, Econ. & Organization workshop, Yale (Apr 1995), Cooperation and Conflict: The Economics of Group Status Production and Race Discrimination.

Faculty workshop, U. Virginia (Oct 1994), Cooperation and Conflict: The Economics of Group Status Production and Race Discrimination.

Faculty workshop, Indiana U. (Feb 1994), Cooperation and Conflict: The Economics of Group Status Production and Race Discrimination.

Amer. Bar Found. workshop, Chicago (July 1993), Race Discrimination as Status Competition.

LSA mtg, Chicago (May 1993), Relative Preferences and Race Discrimination.

Soc’y for Advancement of Socio-Econ. mtg, U. Cal. – Irvine, (March 1992), Legal Regulation of the Market for Status: The Case of Race Discrimination.