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Working Papers

Jean-Marc Coicaud
Apology and the Question of Reconciliation

Sarah Dadush
Balancing Buyer and Supplier Responsibilities: Model Contract Clauses to Protect Workers in International Supply Chains, Version 2.0 (with David V. Snyder and Susan A. Maslow)
Cui Bono? The murky finances of Project (RED)
Going Against the Grain: When Private Rules Shouldn’t Apply to Public Institutions
Impact Investment Indicators: A Critical Assessment in Governance by Indicators: Global Power Through Quantification and Rankings
The Privatization of Development Assistance: An Overview
Profiting in (RED): The Need for Enhanced Transparency in Cause-Related Marketing
Relationship as Product: Transacting in the Age of Loneliness (with Shmuel Becher)
Regulating Social Finance: Can Social Stock Exchanges Meet the Challenge?

Douglas Eakeley
The Comparative Crypto-Enforcement Report (with Yuliya Guseva with Leo Choi and Katarina Gonzalez)
Crypto-Enforcement Around the World (with Yuliya Guseva with Leo Choi & Katarina Gonzalez)

Katie Eyer
Claiming Disability
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Employees
That’s Not Discrimination: American Beliefs and the Limits of Anti-Discrimination Law

Jay Feinman
The Enforceability of Releases in Property Insurance Claims, Connecticut Insurance Law Journal
Good Faith and Reasonable Expectations, Arkansas Law Review
The Law of Insurance Claim Practices: Beyond Bad Faith, Tort Trial & Insurance Practice Law Journal
Liability of Lawyers and Accountants to Non-Clients: Negligence and Negligent Misrepresentation
The Political Significance of the Wisconsin School of Contracts
The Restatement of the Law of Liability Insurance as a Restatement
What is a Protection Gap? Homeowners Insurance as a Case Study

Matteo Gatti
Creeping Acquisitions in Europe: Enabling Companies to Be Better Safe than Sorry
EC Reforms of Corporate Governance and Capital Markets Law: Do They Tackle Insiders’
Is There a Uniform EU Securities Law After the Financial Services Action Plan?
It’s My Stock and I’ll Vote If I Want To: Conflicted Voting by Shareholders in (Hostile) M&A Deals
Optionality Arrangements and Reciprocity in the European Takeover Directive
The Power to Decide on Takeovers: Directors or Shareholders, What Difference Does It Make?
Stakeholder Syndrome: Does Stakeholderism Derail Effective Protections for Weaker Constituencies? (with Chrystin Ondersma)
The Uneasy Case for Top-Down Corporate Law Harmonization in the European Union

Yuliya Guseva
The Comparative Crypto-Enforcement Report (with Douglas Eakeley with Leo Choi and Katarina Gonzalez)
A Conceptual Framework for Digital-Asset Securities: Tokens and Coins as Debt and Equity
Cross-Listings and the New World of International Capital: Another Look at the Efficiency and Extraterritoriality of Securities Law
Crypto-Enforcement Around the World (with Douglas Eakeley with Leo Choi and Katarina Gonzalez)
Destructive Collectivism: Dodd-Frank Coordination and Clearing and Settlement
KGB’s Legacy: Transplanting Efficient Financial Infrastructure without Efficiency
The SEC, Digital Assets and Game Theory
When the Means Undermine the End: The Leviathan of Securities Law and Enforcement in Digital-Asset Markets

Robert Holmes
Galvanizing Volunteer Opportunities in the Face of an Unprecedented Medical Emergency: Describing Needed Regulatory Reform Under the Fair Labor Standards Act

Arthur Laby
The Decline and Rise of Fiduciary Obligations in Business (with Jacob Russell)

Ji Li
I Came, I Saw, I…Adapted—An Empirical Study of Chinese Companies Investing in the U.S. and Their Legal and Policy Implications
Soft Law v. Hard Guanxi: An Empirical Study of Business Investment, Law and Political Connections in China
State-Owned Companies and Sovereign Wealth Funds in the Current Regime of Investor-State Arbitration

David Noll
Administrative Sabotage
An Arbitration Agenda for the Biden Administration (Zachary D. Clopton)
Legal Vigilantes and the Institutionalization of Anti-Democratic Politics (with Jon D. Michaels)

Chrystin Ondersma
Are Debtors Rational Actors? An Experiment
A Human Rights Approach to Consumer Credit
A Human Rights Framework for Debt Relief
Shadow Banking and Financial Distress: The Treatment of ‘Money-Claims’ in Bankruptcy
Stakeholder Syndrome: Does Stakeholderism Derail Effective Protections for Weaker Constituencies? (with Matteo Gatti)
Undocumented Debtors

Jacob Russell
The Decline and Rise of Fiduciary Obligations in Business (with Arthur Laby)
Misbehavioral Law and Economics: Separating and Pooling in Responses to Consumer Financial Mistakes
The Separation of Intelligence and Control: Retirement Savings and the Limits of Soft Paternalism
Which Investors to Protect? Evolving Conceptions of the American Shareholder, 1900-Present

Sabrina Safrin
The Predictive Power of Patents

Fadi Shaheen
The GAAP Lock-Out Effect and the Investment Behavior of Multinational Firms
How Reform-Friendly Are U.S. Tax Treaties?
International Tax Neutrality: Reconsiderations
International Tax Neutrality: Revisited
On Fixing U.S. International Taxation
Treaty Override: The False Conflict Between Whitney and Cook (with H. David Rosenbloom)
Understanding Lockout

Reid Kress Weisbord
The Commodification of Public Land Records (with Stewart E. Sterk)
Heir Hunting (with David Horton)
Inheritance Crimes (with David Horton)
Probate Litigation (with David Horton)
Probate Lending: Data From San Francisco (with David Horton)