Category Archives: Law and Politics

March 30th Colloquia/Workshops

Arizona State        John Darley (Princeton Psychology), Citizens’ Punishment Decisions are Just Deserts Intuition.  Does this have Implications for the Criminal Justice System? Columbia Law and Economics        Andrew F….

March 30th Colloquia/Workshops

Arizona State        John Darley (Princeton Psychology), Citizens’ Punishment Decisions are Just Deserts Intuition.  Does this have Implications for the Criminal Justice System? Columbia Law and Economics        Andrew F….

March 16th Colloquia/Workshops

Penn Law and Philosophy        David Velleman (NYU Philosophy) St. Thomas        Lisa Schiltz (St. Thomas Law) UC Berkeley CSLS         Catherine Fisk (UC Irvine Law), Attribution Within Organizations: Crediting…

March 11th Colloquia/Workshops

Harvard Health Law        Adriana Lleras-Muney (UCLA Economics), Understanding the Relationship between Education and Health Hofstra Human Rights and International Law       Hans Correll (United Nations) Northwestern Law and Political…

March 11th Colloquia/Workshops

Harvard Health Law        Adriana Lleras-Muney (UCLA Economics), Understanding the Relationship between Education and Health Hofstra Human Rights and International Law       Hans Correll (United Nations) Northwestern Law and Political…

March 4th Colloquia/Workshops

Emory        Michelle Oberman (Santa Clara Law) Harvard Health Law       Anup Malani (Harvard Law),  Do advertisements affect the physiological efficacy of branded drugs? Hofstra        Clark Lombardi (Washington Law), Church…

March 4th Colloquia/Workshops

Emory        Michelle Oberman (Santa Clara Law) Harvard Health Law       Anup Malani (Harvard Law),  Do advertisements affect the physiological efficacy of branded drugs? Hofstra        Clark Lombardi (Washington Law), Church…

February 26th Colloquia/Workshops

Boston College       Leandra Lederman (Indiana Law), W(h)ither Economic Substance Brooklyn Law      Michael S. Kang (Emory Law), Voting as Veto Columbia        Scott Hemphill (Columbia Law), An Aggregate Approach to Antitrust:…

February 25th Colloquia/Workshops

Connecticut        Daphne Barak-Erez (Tel Aviv Law), The Institutional Aspects of Comparative Law Emory       Susan Bandes (DePaul Law) Florida State        Hope Babcock (Georgetown Law) Georgetown Law and Philosophy       …

February 24th Colloquia/Workshops

Chicago Law and Politics        Matthew Adler (Penn Law), Well-being and Equity: A ‘Prioritarian’ Framework for Policy Analysis Columbia 10-10 Workshop        Katharina Pistor (Columbia Law), Governing Finance Kansas       …