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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2003 CLEO Working Paper Series
- C03-2 Timur Kuran and Edward J. McCaffery, Expanding Discrimination Research: Beyond Ethnicity and to the Web.
- C03-3 Anthony M. Marino and Ján Zábojník, Merger, Ease of Entry, and Entry Deterrence in a Dynamic Model.
- C03-4 Thomas W. Gilligan, Lemons and Leases in the Used Business Aircraft Market.
- C03-5 Thomas W. Gilligan, A Signal Jamming Theory of Resale Price Maintenance.
- C03-6 Stephen J. Choi and A.C. Pritchard, Behavioral Economics and the SEC.
- C03-7 Jennifer Arlen and Eric Talley, Unregulable Defenses and the Perils of Shareholder Choice.
- C03-8 Seth Seabury and Eric Talley, Private Information, Self-Serving Biases, and Optimal Settlement Mechanisms: Theory and Evidence.
- C03-9 Hyungsik Roger Moon and Benoit Perron, Testing for a Unit Root in Panels with Dynamic Factors.
- C03-10 Hyungsik Roger Moon and Benoit Perron, Appendix: Omitted Proofs of "Testing for a Unit Root in Panels with Dynamic Factors."
- C03-11 Oguzhan Ozbas, Integration, Organizational Processes and Allocation of Resources.
- C03-12 Yong Kim, Outside Ownership as a Factor Input.
- C03-13 Jennifer Arlen and William Bentley MacLeod, Torts, Expertise and Authority: Liability of Physicians and Managed Care Organizations.
- C03-14 Timur Kuran, The Logic of Financial Westernization in the Middle East.
- C03-15 Hyungsik Roger Moon, Maximum Score Estimation of a Nonstationary Binary Choice Model.
- C03-16 W. Bentley MacLeod, Planning Costs and the Theory of Learning by Doing.
- C03-17 Hyungsik Roger Moon, Benoit Perron and Peter C.B. Phillips, Incidental Trends and the Power of Panel Unit Root Tests.
- C03-18 Gouda Abdel-Khalek, Bad Policies or Systemic Dysfunction? The Perils of Financial Globalization: A South View.
- C03-19 Dan Simon, Daniel C. Krawczyk, Keith J. Holyoak, Construction of Preferences by Constraint Satisfaction (PSYCHOLOGICAL SCIENCE, 15(5), 331 (2004)).
- C03-20 Dan Simon, Chadwick J. Snow, Stephen J. Read, The Redux of Cognitive Consistency Theories: Evidence Judgments by Constraint Satisfaction.
- C03-21 Jennifer Arlen and W. Bentley MacLeod, Malpractice Liability for Physicians and Managed Care Organizations.
- C03-22 Abel Cadenillas, Jaksa Cvitanic, and Fernando Zapatero, Dynamic Principal-Agent Problems with Perfect Information.
- C03-23 Edward J. McCaffery and Jonathan Baron, Heuristics and Biases in Thinking about Tax.
- C03-24 Timur Kuran, Why the Middle East is Economically Underdeveloped: Historical Mechanisms of Institutional Stagnation.
- C03-25 Ken Hendricks, Robert Porter, and Guofu Tan, Bidding Rings and the Winner's Curse: The Case of Federal Offshore Oil and Gas Lease Auctions.
- C03-26 Guofu Tan and Okan Yilankaya, Equilibria in Second Price Auctions with Participation Costs.
- C03-27 Marcel Boyer and Donatella Porrini, Modeling the Choice Between Regulation and Liability in Terms of Social Welfare.
Rescuing the American dream
February 24, 2021
Professor Ed Kleinbard’s new book proposes insurance as hedge against inequality
Dean’s message against anti-Asian discrimination
February 23, 2021
This moment is an opportunity to redouble our commitment to being inclusive, equitable, supportive
Investing in Family
February 19, 2021
Q&A with San Francisco Gould Alumni co-chairs Irene Jang, Ramon Ramirez