About USC Gould
USC Gould is a top-ranked law school with a 120-year history and reputation for academic excellence. We are located on the beautiful 228-acre USC University Park Campus, just south of downtown Los Angeles.
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CLEO Workshops 2003-2004
USC Gould School of Law
- CENTER FOR LAW AND SOCIAL SCIENCE (CLASS)
- CLASS WORKSHOPS
- CLEO WORKSHOPS
- WORKING PAPER SERIES
- MAILING LIST
- July 24 - Samuel Fraidin and Michael Guttentag (USC Law School), Topic: "An Experimental Test of Interventions Intended to Reduce Fraudulent Group Behavior".
- August 25 - Paul Zak (Claremont Graduate University, Department of Economics) , Topic: "The Neurobiology of Trust"
- September 8 - Andrei Shleifer (Harvard University, Department of Economics), Topic: "The New Comparative Economics" with Simeon Djankov, Edward Glaeser, Rafael La Porta, and Florencio Lopez-de-Silanes
- September 15 - Philip Hoffman (California Institute of Technology), Topic: "What is Trust: Historical Evidence from Credit Markets in France"
- September 22 - David Schkade (University of Texas, McCombs School of Bus, Department of Management), Topic: "Ideological Voting on Federal Courts of Appeals: A Preliminary Investigation", with Cass R. Sunstein and Lisa Michelle Ellman, Location: Room 7
- September 29 - Steven Shavell (Harvard Law School), Topic: "On the Interpretation of Contracts"
- October 13 - Anup Malani (Probable - joint with RAND) Topic: "Testing for Placebo Effects using Data from Medical Trials"
- October 20 - Daniel Hamermesh (University of Texas at Austin, Economy Department), Topic: "The Economics of Beauty", (Based on papers available at: http://www.eco.utexas.edu/faculty/Hamermesh) - Postpone for later date
- October 27 - Dan Kahan (Yale Law School), Topic: "The Logic of Reciprocity: A Theory of Collective Action and Law"
- November 3 - Robert Frank (Cornell University), Topic: "Expenditure Cascades", Location: Room 7
- November 10 - David Loughran (RAND Corporation, Institute for Civil Justice), Topic: "Deterring Fraud: The Role of General Damage Awards in Automobile Insurance Settlements"
- November 17 - Robert Keohane (Duke University, Department of Political Science), Topic: "The Preventive Use of Force: A Cosmopolitan Institutional Proposal", with Allen Buchanan; Center of International Studies (co-organizer), Location: Room 7
- November 24 - Marcel Boyer (CIRANO et University of Montreal), Topic: "Choosing Between Liability and Regulation in Terms of Social Welfare"
- December 1 - Eric Posner (University of Chicago, Law School) - one week visitor, Topic: "A Theory of International Law" with Jack L. Goldsmith
- December 8 - Ivo Welch (Yale University, School of Management) - one week visitor, Topic: "Who Should Pay for Bankruptcy Cost" with Arturo Bris and Alan Schwartz
- February 23 - W. Kip Viscusi (Harvard Law School) - Three day visitor, Topic: "Punitive Damages: How Judges and Juries Perform", with Joni Hersch
- March 1 - Richard McAdams (University of Illinois College of Law), Topic: "Testing the Focal Point Theory of Legal Compliance: Expressive Influence in an Experimental Hawk/Dove Game"
- March 8 - Gregory Clark (University of California, Davis, Dept. of Economics), Topic: "Can Institutions Shape Preferences? The Long Run Implications of Property Rights in the Malthusian Era"
- March 12 (Friday) - W. Bentley MacLeod (USC), Joint with Faculty Workshop, Topic: "On the Efficiency and Enforcement of Standard Form Contracts: The Case of Construction", with Surajeet Chakravorty, Time: 3:00 p.m. - 4:30 p.m., Location: USC Law School, Room 130
- March 22 - Jonathan Katz (California Institute of Technology), Joint with CSLP, Topic: "A New Approach to Measuring the Racial Impact of Redistricting" joint work with Gary King (Department of Government, Harvard University) and Andrew Gelman (Department of Statistics, Columbia University).
- March 29 - Jennifer Reinganum (Vanderbilt University, Department of Economics), Topic: "Secrecy and Safety", co-authored with Andrew F. Daughety
- April 5 - Justin Wolfers (Stanford Graduate School of Business), Topic: "Effects of Unilateral Divorce Laws on Household Bargaining", (Paper2)
- April 12 - Abhijit Banerjee (MIT Department of Economics): Joint workshop with Birnkrant Development Seminar, Topic: “History, Institutions and Economic Performance”
- April 19 - Barbara Koremenos (UCLA, Department of Political Science), Topic: "International Law for an Uncertain Environment"
- April 29 (Thursday) - Timothy Guinnane (Yale Department of Economics), Joint workshop with Birnkrant Development Seminar, Topic: "Diversification and Liquidity for Small Financial Institutions: German Credit Cooperatives in the 19th century" (No PAPER)
- May 3 - Robert Scott (University of Virginia Law School), Topic: “Embedded Options and the Irrelevance of the Compensation Principle in Contract Remedies”
Tracking digital competition enforcement in the Americas
June 16, 2021
Center for Transnational Law and Business project monitors antitrust enforcement trends
School’s in for this alum
June 10, 2021
Lisa Kloppenberg (JD 1987) follows influence of Judge Dorothy Nelson to career in academia
Clare Pastore, Alison Dundes appointed to four-year terms