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CLEO Workshops 2006-2007
Center for Law and Social Science (CLASS)

Fall 2006

  • August 28 - George Tsebelis (UCLA), Topic: "From the European Convention to the Brussels IGC and Beyond": "A Veto Players Analysis."
  • September 11 - Pamela Samuelson (UC Berkeley, Boalt Hall), Topic: "Principles for Resolving Conflicts Between Trade Secrets and the First Amendment."
  • September 25 - Andrew Hanssen (Montana State University), Topic: " 'Deja Vu All Over Again': Representative Government, Private Property, and the History of Eminent Domain." Co-sponsored with the USC Marshall School of Business Applied Economics Workshop
  • October 9 - Andrea Prat (London School of Economics (LSE), Economics Department, Visiting NYU), Topic: "How Much Public Money Is Wasted and Why? Evidence from a Change in Procurement Law." Co-sponsored with the USC Marshall School of Business Applied Economics Workshop
  • Octorber 23 - Robert Cooter (UC Berkeley, Boalt Hall), Topic: "Information, Innovation, and Poverty." Co-sponsored with the Institute for Economic Research on Civilizations: www.usc.edu/schools/college/crcc/ierc, and the Birnkrant Seminar in the Economic Department.
  • November 6 - Lee Anne Fennell (University of Illinois College of Law),
    Topic: "Property and Half-Torts."
  • November 20 - Laura Beny (The University of Michigan Law School), Topic: "Why Do Firms Adopt (and Enforce) Voluntary Insider Trading Policies? Evidence From Canadian Firms"
  • December 4 - Howard Shelanski (Berkeley School of Law), Topic: tba

Spring 2007

  • January 29- Laurence Iannaccone (George Mason University, Economics), Topic: "Religious Extremism: The Good, the Bad, and the Deadly."
    Co-sponsored with the Institute for Economic Research on Civilizations: www.usc.edu/schools/college/crcc/ierc, and the Birnkrant Seminar in the Economic Department.
  • February 12 - Jennifer F. Reinganum (Vanderbilt University, Economics),
    Topic: tba
  • February 26 - Robert Daines (Stanford Law School), Topic: tba
  • March 5 - K. Daron Acemoglu (MIT, Economics), Topic: "The Persistence of Institutions and Economic Growth." Co-sponsored with the Institute for Economic Research on Civilizations: www.usc.edu/schools/college/crcc/ierc, and the Birnkrant Seminar in the Economic Department, Time: 4:00-5:30 pm, Location: tba;
  • March 26 - Hugo Mialon (Emory University, Economics), Topic: "The Effects of the Fourth Amendment: An Economic Analysis."
  • April 9 - Philip T. Hoffman (Caltech), Topic: "Why Is It That Europeans Ended Up Conquering the Rest of the Globe? Prices, the Military Revolution, and Western Europe's Comparative Advantage in Violence." Co-sponsored with the Institute for Economic Research on Civilizations: www.usc.edu/schools/college/crcc/ierc, and the Birnkrant Seminar in the Economic Department.
  • April 16 - Christine Jolls (Yale Law School), Topic: tba
  • April 23 - Max Schanzenbach (Northwestern Law School), Topic: tba
  • May 7 - Devah Pager (Princeton University, Sociology Department),
    Topic: "Race at Work: Discrimination in Low Wage Labor Markets."

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