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2003-2004 Workshop Schedule

2003-2004 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 2003

September 4 Mathew McCubbins, University of California, San Diego, Political Science
Legislative Leviathan Revisited: Parties and Policy Change
September 25 Colin Camerer, California Institute of Technology, Humanities and Social Sciences
An Experimental Approach to Studying Organizational Codes and Culture, joint with Roberto Weber
October 2 

Michelle White, University of California, San Diego, Economics
Understanding the Asbestos Crisis

October 16   Vincent Crawford, University of California, San Diego, Economics
"Cognition and Behavior in Two-Person Guessing Games" (with Miguel Costa-Gomes),
lecture slides, partial draft, and other materials now available on my website at
http://weber.ucsd.edu/~vcrawfor/#Guess .
November 6 Eric Posner, University of Chicago, Law
A Theory of International Law
November 20  Kenneth Sokoloff, University of California, Los Angeles, Economics
The Decline of the Independent Inventor: A Schumpeterian Story? with Naomi R. Lamoreaux.
December 18 Michael Weisbach, University of Illinois, Commerce & Business Administration
NOTE: CHANGE IN WORKSHOP DATE.
World Markets for Raising New Capital

Spring 2004

February 12     Naomi Lamoreaux, University of California, Los Angeles, Economics
The Public-Private Distinction in American History: The Privatization of the Corporation and the Problem of Minority Shareholders (with Ruth Bloch)
February 26          
George Triantis, University of Virginia, Law
Embedded Options and the Irrelevance of the Compensation Principle in Contract Remedies
March 11 Clarisa Long, University of Virginia, Law
The Patent/Copyright Interface
April 15           Roland Fryer, Harvard University, Economics and Society of Fellows.
Color-Blind Affirmative Action.
April 22   Guhan Subramanian, Harvard, Law
Post-Siliconix Freeze-Outs: Theory, Evidence & Policy
April 29  Rescheduled for September

Course requirements for registered students:
LEO Course Requirements, 2003-2004
Click here to view past workshop schedules

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