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2007-2008 Workshop Schedule

2007-2008 Schedule

The workshop meets from 4:10-5:40 p.m. in Room 121.
For further information, please contact
Deborah Sestito at (203) 432-4830 or deborah.sestito@yale.edu

Fall 2007

September 6
Professor Raj Chetty, University of California at Berkeley/Economics
Salience and Taxation: Theory and Evidence
September 27

Professor Deirdre McCloskey, University of Illinois at Chicago/Economics
How to Buy, Sell, Make, Manage, Produce, Transact, Consume with Words

October 11
Professor Abraham Bell, Bar Illan University/Law--Israel
Fordham University/ Law
Private Takings

November 1

Professor Glenn Loury, Brown University/Economics
Valuing Identity: The Simple Economics of Affirmative Action Programs (with Roland Fryer, Harvard)

November 15

Professor Dean Lueck, University of Arizona/Economics
The Rectangular Survey versus Metes and Bounds: Systematic and Unsystematic Land Demarcation (with Gary D. Libecap)
December 6

Professor Abraham Wickelgren, Northwestern University/Law
Credible Discovery, Settlement, and Negative Expected Value Suits

Spring 2008

Course requirements for registered students
LEO Course Requirements, Spring2008
Click here to view past workshop schedules
February7 Professor Tom Miles, University of Chicago/Law
Strategic Judging Under the Voting Rights Act (co-authored with Professor Adam Cox)
Judicial Decisionmakingandthe Transformationof Voting Rights Doctrine(co-authored with Professor Adam Cox)
February 21
Professor Erica Field, Harvard University/Economics
Muslim Family Law, Prenuptial Agreements and the Emergence of Dowry in Bangladesh(co-authored with Attila Ambrus and Maximo Terero)
March 6
Professor Michael Woodford, Columbia University/Economics
Principles and Public Policy Decisions: The Case of Monetary Policy
March 27
Professor Kathy Zeiler, Georgetown University/ Law
Do Insurer Reserving Practices Drive Liability Insurance Premium Cycles?: An Empirical Study at the Claim Level
April 10 C. Fritz Foley, Harvard University/Business
Welfare Payments and Crime
April 24 Professor Sendhil Mullainathan, Harvard University/Economics
Taking the Long Way Around: Real Consequences of Transport Corruption, joint with Simeon Djankov and Sandra Sequiera
May 8 Professor Todd Henderson, University of Chicago/Law
Rule 10b5-2 Trading Plan Disclosure Choice