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Randal C. Picker : Publications

Books (Author)

Security Interests in Personal Property: Cases, Problems, and Materials. 4th ed., University Casebook Series. Foundation Press, 2009 (with Thomas H. Jackson and Douglas G. Baird).

Game Theory and the Law. Harvard University Press, 1994 (with Douglas G. Baird and Robert Gertner; paperback edition, 1998; Chinese Simple Language Edition, 1999).

Reforming the Bankruptcy Code: The National Bankruptcy Conference's Code Review Project. (Matthew Bender 1994, 1997) (project reporter).

Book Sections

"Cybersecurity: Of Heterogeneity and Autarky." In The Law and Economics of Cybersecurity, edited by Mark F. Grady and Francesco Parisi. Cambridge University Press, 2006.

"Copyright and the DMCA: Market Locks and Technological Contracts." In Antitrust, Patents and Copyrights: EU and US Perspectives, edited by Francois Leveque and Howard Shelanski. Edward Elgar, 2005.

"An Introduction to Game Theory and the Law." In Chicago Lectures in Law and Economics, edited by Eric A. Posner. Foundation Press, 2000 (formerly Chicago Law & Economics working paper no. 22 (2d series)).

"The Law and Economics of Contract Damages." In Chicago Lectures in Law and Economics, edited by Eric A. Posner. West, 2000.

"Corporate Reorganizations." In vol. 1 of The New Palgrave Dictionary of Economics and the Law, edited by Peter Newman. Grove Dictionaries, 1998.

"Municipal Bankruptcies: Preservation of State Authority in the Presence of Exclusive Federal Power." In Municipal Bankruptcies: How to Handle a Chapter 9 From Start to Finish, edited by Jonathan M. Landers. Practicing Law Institute, 1995.

"Overview of History and Eligibility: Preservation of State Authority in the Presence of Exclusive Federal Power." In Municipal Bankruptcies: How to Handle a Chapter 9 from Start to Finish. Practising Law Institute, 1995.

"When Cities Go Broke: A Conceptual Introduction to Municipal Bankruptcy." In vol. 60 of Municipal Bankruptcies: How to Handle a Chapter 9 from Start to Finish. Practising Law Institute, 1995 (with Michael W. McConnell).

Journal Articles

"The Yin and Yang of Copyright and Technology." 55 Communications of the ACM 30 (January 2012).

“The Razors-and-Blades Myth(s).” 78 University of Chicago Law Review 225 (2011).

"The Mediated Book." 19 The University of Chicago Supreme Court Economic Review 51 (2011).

"Easterbrook on Copyright." 77 University of Chicago Law Review 1165 (2010).

"The Google Book Search Settlement: A New Orphan-Works Monopoly." 5 Journal of Competition Law and Economics 383 (2009).

"Competition and Privacy in Web 2.0 and the Cloud." 103 Northwestern University Law Review Colloquy 1 (2008).

"Fair Use v. Fair Access." 31 Columbia Journal of Law and Arts 603 (2008).

"Twombly, Leegin, and the Reshaping of Antitrust." 2007 Supreme Court Review 161 (2008).

"Pulling a Rabbi Out of His Hat: The Bankruptcy Magic of Dick Posner." 74 University of Chicago Law Review 1845 (2007).

Review of The Antitrust Enterprise: Principle and Execution. 2 Competition Policy International 183 (2006).

"Mandatory Access Obligations and Standing." 31 The Journal of Corporation Law 387 (2006).

"Mistrust-Based Digital Rights Management." 5 Journal on Telecommunications and High Technology Law 47 (2006).

"Rewinding Sony: The Evolving Product, Phoning Home and the Duty of Ongoing Design." 55 Case Western Reserve Law Review 749 (2005).

"Unbundling Scope-of-Permission Goods: When Should We Invest in Reducing Entry Barriers?" 72 University of Chicago Law Review 189 (2005).

"The Digital Video Recorder: Unbundling Advertising and Content." 71 University of Chicago Law Review 205 (2004) (formerly John M. Olin Law & Economics Working Paper no. 197).

"From Edison to the Broadcast Flag: Mechanisms of Consent and Refusal and the Propertization of Copyright." 70 University of Chicago Law Review 281 (2003) (formerly a John M. Olin Law & Economics Working Paper).

"Entry Policy in Local Telecommunications: Iowa Utilities and Verizon." 2002 Supreme Court Review 41 (2002) (with Douglas Lichtman; formerly a John M. Olin Law & Economics working paper).

"Pursuing a Remedy in Microsoft: The Declining Need for Centralized Coordination in a Networked World." 158 Journal of Institutional & Theoretical Economics 113 (2002) (formerly a John M. Olin Law & Economics working paper).

"SimLaw 2011." 2002 University of Illinois Law Review 1019 (2002).

"Perfection Hierarchies and Nontemporal Priority Rules." 74 Chicago-Kent Law Review 1157 (1999).

"Regulating Network Industries: A Look at Intel." 23 Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy 159 (1999) (formerly a John M. Olin Law & Economics working Paper).

"Simple Games in a Complex World: A Generative Approach to the Adoption of Norms." 64 University of Chicago Law Review (1997) (paper and CD-ROM publication).

"Insolvency, Extended Liability and Industry-based Solvency Structures" University of Chicago Law School, Workshop in Law and Economics, 1996.

"Law and Economics: Intellectual Arbitrage." 27 Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review 127 (1993).

"Voluntary Petitions and the Creditors' Bargain." 35 Corporate Practice Commentator 226 (1993).

"When Cities Go Broke: A Conceptual Introduction to Municipal Bankruptcy." 60 University of Chicago Law Review 425 (1993) (with Michael M. McConnell).

"Bankruptcy and the Allocation of Control." University of Chicago Law School, Workshop in Law and Economics, 1992.

"Security Interests, Misbehavior, and Common Pools." 59 University of Chicago Law Review 645 (1992) (formerly Chicago Law and Economics Working Paper No. 5 (2d series)).

"Voluntary Petitions and the Creditors' Bargain." 61 University of Cincinnati Law Review 519 (1992) (invited article for Corporate Law Symposium Issue).

"A Simple Noncooperative Bargaining Model of Corporate Reorganizations." 20 Journal of Legal Studies 311 (1991) (formerly Chicago Law and Economics Working Paper No. 30 (1st series)).

Magazine Articles

"Copyright as Entry Policy: The Case of Digital Distribution." Antitrust Bulletin, Summer/Fall 2002, p. 423 (formerly a John M. Olin Law & Economics working paper).

"New York Times Co. v. Tasini." ABA Section of Antitrust Law, AT-IP Report, Electronic Newsletter of the Intellectual Property Committee, June 25 2001.

"United States v. Microsoft: The Proposed Final Judgment." Electronic Newsletter of the Intellectual Property Committee, AT-IP Report, November 5 2001.

"Cross-Licensing in Network Industries: A Look at the Federal Trade Commission's Case Against Intel." ABA Section of Antitrust Law, Intellectual Property Committee Newsletter, fall 2000.

"Law and Economics II: The Sequel." University of Chicago Law School Record, spring 1993.

Newspaper Articles

"Competitive Disadvantage." Chicago Tribune, August 22, 2007, p. 23.

"Latte Serves up a Lesson in Bootleg Economics." Chicago Tribune, October 8, 2006, p. C7.

"A New Experience for Microsoft." The Financial Times, July 24, 2001.

"Fat Pipes and Faulty Regulation." Financial Times, December 19, 2000.

"A Firm That Failed Well." The Wall Street Journal, October 12, 1998 (with Daniel R. Fischel).

"Manager's Journal: A Firm that Fared Well." The Wall Street Journal, October 12, 1998 (with Daniel R. Fischel).

Hearings

"Prepared Statement before the House Judiciary Committee, Subcommittee on Commercial and Administrative Law, on H.R. 833, The Bankruptcy Reform Act of 1999." In Subcommittee on Commercial and Administrative Law of the Committee on the Judiciary. U. S. Government Printing Office, 1999.

Working Papers

"Antitrust and Regulation." 2007 (with Dennis W. Carlton).

"Understanding Statutory Bundles: Does the Sherman Act Come with the 1996 Telecommunications Act?" 2003.