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CLEO Workshops 2005-2006
USC Gould School of Law

Fall 2005

  • August 22 - Keith Hylton (Boston University Law School), Topic: "Information, Litigation, and Common Law Evolution"
  • September 19 - Jean-Laurent Rosenthal (UCLA), Naomi Lamoreaux (UCLA), Topic:“Organizing Middle-Sized Firms in the United States and France, 1830-2000”, joint with the Institute for Economic Research on Civilizations and the Birnkrant Seminar in Economic Development (Director Timur Kuran)
  • October 3 - Rebecca Eisenberg (University of Michigan), Topic: "The Role of FDA in Innovation Policy"
  • October 17 - Reinier Kraakman (Harvard University), Topic: "Law and the Rise of the Firm", with Henry Hansmann and Richard Squire, joint with the Institute for Economic Research on Civilizations and the Birnkrant Seminar in Economic Development (Director: Timur Kuran)
  • October 31 - Christopher Leslie (Chicago Kent Law School), Topic: "Antitrust Amnesty and Cartel Distrust"
  • November 14 - William Sage (Columbia Law School), Topic: "Medicare's Role in Medical Malpractice Reform"
  • November 28 - Tonja Jacobi (Northwestern Law School), Topic: "The Dissent Becomes the Majority: Using Federalism to Transform Coalitions in the U.S. Supreme Court," with Vanessa Baird (University of Colorado-Boulder)
  • December 12 - Kathryn Elizabeth Spier (Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University), Topic: "Strategic Judgment Proofing", with Yeon- Koo Che (Univerisity of Wisconsin & Columbia)

Spring 2006

  • January 30 - Peter Boettke (George Mason University), Topic: "The Political Economy of Forgiveness: The Necessity of Post-Atrocity Reconciliation." Joint with the Institute for Economic Research on Civilizations and the Birnkrant Seminar in the Economic Department (Director: Timur Kuran)
  • February 13 - Thomas Hubbard (Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University), Topic: "Managerial Leverage is Limited by the Extent of the Market: Hierarchies, Specialization, and the Utilization of Lawyers' Human Capital," with Luis Garicano
  • February 27 - Suzanne Scotchmer (UC Berkeley, School of Public Policy and Department of Economics), Topic: >"Profit Neutrality in Licensing: The Boundary between Antitrust Law and Patent Law," with Stephen M. Maurer.
  • March 27 - Robert Ahdieh (Emory Law School), Topic: "The Strategy of Boilerplate."
  • April 10 - James Robinson (Harvard University, Government Department), Topic: "The Origins and Persistence of Institutions in Columbia", joint with the Institute for Economic Research on Civilizations and the Birnkrant Seminar in the Economic Department (Director: Timur Kuran)
  • April 24 - Arthur Lupia (University of Michigan), Topic: tba
  • May 8 - Roberta Romano (Yale Law School),Topic: tba

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