Law and Economics Workshop
Workshops at Chicago have been the proving ground for new ideas in law and economics for several decades. They are the place where faculty from Chicago and elsewhere present new ideas and try out their latest papers.
Workshops are at 3:30 PM in Seminar Room F. Copies of most of the workshop papers will be available on this web site approximately one week before the workshop. If you wish to receive an e-mail copy of the workshop paper, subscribe to our mailing list, or have questions about the workshop schedule, please contact Norma R. de Yagcier by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 773-702-3142.
Alex Tabarrok, George Mason University (Cancelled)
"Why are Prices so Damn High?"
|April 21||Sonja B. Starr, University of Michigan Law School
"Expungement of Criminal Convictions: An Empirical Study” (with JJ Prescott)
Kevin Davis, NYU School of Law
Miguel de Figueiredo, University of Connecticut School of Law
Kathy Spier, Harvard University Law School
"Class Actions and Private Antitrust Litigation"
Lisa Bernstein, Univeristy of Chicago Law School
“Re-examining Ethnically Homogeneous Trade: A Social Network Approach”
Scott Baker, Washington University in St. Louis Law School
Jennifer Doleac, Texas A&M, Department of Economics
"Algorithmic Risk Assessment in the Hands of Humans"
Dean Lueck, Indiana University, Department of Economics
"The Domestication of Wild Animals under Economic Selection and the Development of Property Institutions"
Ehud Kamar, Tel Aviv Univeristy, Buchmann Facutly of Law
"Alibaba and the Rise of Law-Proof Insiders"
Pascal Noel, University of Chicago, Booth School of Business
"Why Do Borrowers Default on Mortgages? A New Method for Causal Attribution"
Anup Malani, University of Chicago, Law School
"Coase and the City"
Cathy Hwang, University of Utah College of Law
Daniel Rubinfeld, NYU Law
Zachary Liscow, Yale Law School
Alex Lee, Northwestern University
"A Model of Stock Market-Based Rulemaking"
Albert Choi, Stanford Law
"Enforcing Preliminary Agreements"
Neel Sukhatme – Georgetown Law
|Jan 22||Jennifer Nou – 2019 Coase Lecture "The Nature of the Agency"|
Michael Gilbert – University of Virginia Law
Anita Rao – UChicago Booth
Stefan Bechtold – BFI Fellow, ETH Zurich
“Intrinsic Adherence to Law: Physical versus Intellectual Property”
|October 9||Francesco Parisi, University of Minnesota "Accident Aversion: An Experiment"|
|November 6||Florencia Marotta-Wurgler – NYU Law "Learning in Standard Form Contracts: Theory and Evidence"|
|November 20||Alon Brav – BFI Fellow Duke University "Picking Friends Before Picking (Proxy) Fights: How Mutual Fund Voting Shapes Proxy Contests"|
|December 4||Ryan Whalen – BFI Fellow, University of Hong Kong|
|April 3||Sarath Sanga – Northwestern Law "Network Effects in Corporate Governance"|
|April 17||Lisa Larimore Ouellette – Stanford Law "How Do Patent Incentives Affect University Researchers?"|
|May 1||Louis Kaplow – Harvard Law "On the Design of Legal Rules: Balancing Versus Structural Decision Procedures"|
|May 15||Sonja Starr – Michigan Law|
|Jan 9||Alex Raskolnikov – Columbia Law "A Theory of Incentive-Based Regulation"|
|Jan 23||David Hoffman – Penn (Wachtell) "Relational Contracts of Adhesion"|
|Feb 6||Jonathan Masur – 2018 Coase Lecture|
|Feb 20||Christopher Berry and Bernadette Atuahene – "Taxed Out: Illegal property tax assessments and the epidemic of tax foreclosures in Detroit"|
|Oct 3||A. Mitchell Polinsky - Stanford Law "Subrogation and the Theory of Insurance When Suits Can Be Brought for Losses Suffered"|
|Oct 17||Chris Blattman - Harris School "Engineering informal institutions: Experimental impacts of alternative dispute resolution on violence and property rights in Liberia"|
|Oct 31||Yehonatan Givati - Hebrew University of Jerusalem "Preferences for Criminal Justice Error Types: Theory and Evidence"|
|Nov 14||Kathryn Judge - Columbia Law "Guarantor of Last Resort"|
|Nov 28||Fernando Gomez - Pampeu Fabra, Barcelona (CSI Fellow) "Formal Contracts Without Courts. Scoring Suppliers To Build Trust"|