External Law & Economics Workshop

External Law & Economics Workshop 

Professor Ryan Bubb

This lunchtime faculty workshop features recent scholarship in law and economics. If you would like to be added to the workshop e-mail list, please e-mail lara.maraziti@nyu.edu.

Spring 2017 Schedule of Presenters

January 25, 12:452:00 p.m.
Petra Moser, NYU Stern School of Business, Department of Economics  
Copyrights and Creativity: Evidence from Italian Operas
Location: Vanderbilt Hall 202
 
February 15, 12:452:00 p.m.
Jonah Gelbach, University of Pennsylvania Law School
The Reduced Form of Litigation Models and the Plaintiff's Win Rate
Location: Vanderbilt Hall 202
 
February 22, 12:452:00 p.m. 
Jonathan Masur, University of Chicago Law School
Should Regulation Be Countercyclical?
Location: Vanderbilt Hall 202
 
March 8, 12:452:00 p.m. 
Robert Jackson, Columbia Law School 
Activist Directors and Information Leakage
Location: Vanderbilt Hall 202
 
April 5, 12:452:00 p.m. 
Veronica Santarosa, University of Michigan Law School
Don’t Cry for Argentina (or other Sovereign Borrowers): Lessons from a Previous Era of Sovereign Debt Contract Enforcement
Contracts without Courts: The Value of Contractual Protection in an Era of Absolute Sovereign Immunity
Location: Vanderbilt Hall 202
 
April 12, 12:452:00 p.m.  
Anthony Casey, The University of Chicago Law School
Distributional Rules and the Bankruptcy Partition
Location: Vanderbilt Hall 202
 
April 19, 12:452:00 p.m.    
Peter Conti-Brown, The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania
The Banker’s Thumb: The Institutional and Evolutionary History of Bank Supervision in the U.S., from the Civil War to Global Financial Crisis
Location: Vanderbilt Hall 202

 

Fall 2016 Schedule of Presenters

August 31, 12:452:00 p.m.
Jesse Fried, Harvard Law School
Title: Cheap-Stock Tunneling Around Pre-emptive Rights
Location: Vanderbilt Hall 202

SEPTEMBER 14, 12:452:00 P.M.
Eric Posner, University of Chicago Law School
Title: Property Is Another Name for Monopoly
Location: Vanderbilt Hall 202

SEPTEMBER 28, 12:452:00 P.M.
Jed Stiglitz, Cornell Law School
Title: Democratic Distrust and Administrative Lawmaking 
Location: Vanderbilt Hall 202

OCTOBER 12, 12:452:00 P.M.
Abraham Wickelgren, University of Texas School of Law
Title: Cost of Completion versus Diminution of Value Damages for Deliberate Breach: An Economic Analysis
Location: Vanderbilt Hall 202

OCTOBER 26, 12:452:00 P.M.
Albert Choi, University of Virginia 
Title: Optimal Fee-Shifting Bylaws
Location: Vanderbilt Hall 202

NOVEMBER 9, 12:452:00 p.m.
Robert Bartlett, University of California Berkeley School of Law
Title:  How Rigged Are Stock Markets?  Evidence from Microsecond Timestamps
Location: Vanderbilt Hall 202