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Randal C. Picker : Presentations

Why Facilities-Based Competition?, Univ. of Pennsylvania Law School (March, 2003); S.J. Quinney College of Law, Univ. of Utah (April, 2003).

Digital Rights Management Panel, Univ. of Chicago Graduate School of Business (January, 2003).

Understanding Statutory Bundles: Does the Sherman Act Come with the Telecommunications Act, Center for the Digital Economy, Manhattan Institute (December, 2002).

Introduction to Electricity Regulation, Agent 2002 Conference on Social Agents: Ecology, Exchange and Evolution, Univ. of Chicago/Argonne National Lab (October, 2002).

FTC/DOJ Hearings on Intellectual Property and Antitrust, Panel Discussion with Deputy Assistant Attorney General R. Hewitt Pate, University of Chicago Law School (May 2002).

The Lessons of Enron, moderator and panel discussant, The University of Chicago Law School (April 2002).

Copyright as Entry Policy: The Case of Digital Distribution, U.S. Federal Trade Commission, Bureau of Competition Distinguished Lecturer Series (March 2002).

Exploring Concepts with ABMS, Joint Program of Argonne National Laboratory, The University of Chicago, and the Santa Fe Institute on Capturing Business Complexity with Agent-Based Modeling and Simulation (March 2002).

Firm Valuations and Real Options: The Shutdown Decision in Chapter 11, National Conference of Bankruptcy Judges Annual Meeting (October 2001) (with Douglas Baird).

Understanding Microsoft: The Decline of Centralized Coordination in a Peer-to-Peer World, Institutional Seminar on New Institutional Economics: Organizing and Designing Markets, Rottach-Egern, Schloss Ringberg, Germany (June 2001).

SimLaw 2011, Univ. of Illinois Conference on Empirical and Experimental Methods in Law (April 2001).

Intellectual Property: Looking at Napster, Univ. of Michigan Conference on Law Policy and the Convergence of Telecommunications and Computing Technologies (March 2001).

Endogenous Neighborhoods and Norms, Georgetown, April, 1999; Chicago, April, 1999; Virginia, March, 2000; Max Planck Project Group, Common Goods: Law, Politics and Economics, Bonn, Germany, June, 2001.

Alternative Methodologies in Law and Economics, American Association of Law Schools (1998).

Chairman, Panels on Bankruptcy, Annual Meetings, American Law and Economics Association (May, 1998).

Testing in Silico: Computer-Based Approaches in Law and Economics to Norms and Social Interactions, Wilbur Katz Lecture, Univ. of Chicago Law School; Columbia Law School (1997); American Association of Law Schools (1998).

Designing Verifiability: Boyd's Implications for Modern Bankruptcy Law, Univ. of Pennsylvania Law School Bankruptcy Conference (May, 1997); related version, Donner Bankruptcy Conference at George Mason Univ. Law School (January, 1997).

Simple Games in a Complex World: A Generative Approach to the Adoption of Norms, Stanford, Chicago, Caltech, Georgetown, American Law and Economics Annual Meeting (Academic Year, 1996-97).

An Introduction to Game Theory and the Law, Univ. of Kansas (February, 1996); Univ. of Illinois (March, 1995).

Insolvency, Extended Liability and Industry-Based Solvency Structures, Stanford Law and Economics Workshop (November, 1995).

Paper, Bankruptcy Rules, Managerial Entrenchment, and Firm-Specific Human Capital, Georgetown Law & Economics Workshop (October, 1994).

Paper and Panel Discussion, Rotten Apples?: Industry Issues, Contagion, and Bankruptcy, Washington Univ. Interdisciplinary Conference on Bankruptcy and Insolvency Theory (February, 1994).

Lecture, Law and Economics Perspectives on Bankruptcy, Seventh Circuit Bankruptcy Judges Conference, Chicago (December, 1993).

Paper and Panel Discussion, The Pros and Cons of Chapter 11: A Law and Economics Perspective, 4th Annual Meeting of the Insolvency Institute of Cananda, Lake Carling, Quebec (October, 1993).

Chairman, Panel on The Challenges of Commercial Reorganizations in Insolvency: Empirical Results and Economic Perspectives, 23rd Annual Workshop on Commercial and Consumer Law, University of Toronto (June, 1993).

Chairman, Panel on Game Theory and the Law, Annual Meetings, American Law and Economics Association (May, 1993).

Lecture, An Introduction to Game Theory and the Law, Third Coase Lecture, The University of Chicago Law School (April, 1993).

Lecture, Current Developments in Bankruptcy and Real Estate, Chicago Bar Association (March, 1993).

Paper, Game Theory and the Law: Chapters 4 and 5, Faculty Workshop, George Mason Univ. Law School (December, 1992).

Paper, Game Theory and the Law: Chapters 4 and 5, Faculty Workshop, University of Virginia Law School (November, 1992).

Paper, Game Theory and the Law: Chapters 1 and 2, Faculty Workshop, New York Univ. Law School (September, 1992).

Paper, Bankruptcy and the Allocation of Control, Annual Meetings, American Law and Economics Association (May, 1992) (joint presentation with Robert Gertner).

Commentator, Bankruptcy Workouts and Debt Contracts, by Alan Schwartz, John M. Olin Centennial Conference in Law and Economics, The University of Chicago (April, 1992).

Paper, Bankruptcy Rules, Entrenchment, and Human Capital, Work-in-Progress Workshop, The University of Chicago (April, 1992).

Paper, Voluntary Petitions and the Creditors' Bargain, The University of Cincinnati College of Law, Fifth Annual Corporate Law Symposium, Contemporary Issues in Bankruptcy and Corporate Law (March, 1992).

Paper, Bankruptcy and the Allocation of Control, The Law and Economics Workshop, The University of Chicago (February, 1992) (joint presentation with Robert Gertner).

Paper, Security Interests, Misbehavior and Common Pools, Harvard Law School, Law & Economics Workshop (September, 1991).

Paper, Security Interests, Misbehavior and Common Pools, Work-in-Progress Workshop, The University of Chicago (July, 1991).

Paper, A Simple Noncooperative Bargaining Model of Corporate Reorganizations, The Law and Economics Workshop, The University of Chicago (November, 1990) (joint presentation with Douglas G. Baird).

Lecture, Civil Justice Reform, Federal Judge's Seminar, The Law School, The University of Chicago (June, 1990).

Lecture, Fundamentals of Corporate Bankruptcy Law, Harvard Business School Finance Seminar (May 1990).

Works in Progress / Unpublished Manuscripts

"Why Facilities-Based Competition?" (March, 2003).

"Understanding Statutory Bundles: Does the Sherman Act Come with the Telecommunications Act" (December, 2002).

"Endogenous Neighborhoods and Norms" (April, 1999).

"Designing Verifiability: Boyd's Implications for Modern Bankruptcy Law" (May, 1997).

"A Primer on Secured Transactions in Personal Property" (Nov. 1996).

"Insolvency, Extended Liability and Industry-Based Solvency Structures" (January, 1996).

"Bankruptcy Rules, Managerial Entrenchment, and Firm-Specific Human Capital," Chicago L& E Working Paper No. 16 (August, 1993) (with Lucian Arye Bebchuk).

"Bankruptcy and the Allocation of Control" (February, 1992) (with Robert Gertner).