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2003 USC Legal Studies Working Paper Series
- 03-1 Edwin M. Smith, The Laws of War and Humanitarian Law: A Turbulent Vista, 9 Global Governance 115 (2003) (© by Lynne Rienner Publishers, used with permission).
- 03-2 Mary L. Dudziak, Exporting American Dreams: Thurgood Marshall and the Constitution of Kenya.
- 03-3Mary L. Dudziak, Who Cares about Courts? Creating a Constituency for Judicial Independence in Africa (101 Michigan Law Rev. 1622 (2003)) .
- 03-4 Mary L. Dudziak, The Politics of "The Least Dangerous Branch": The Court, the Constitution and Constitutional Politics Since 1945, in Jean-Christophe Agnew and Roy Rosenzweig, eds., A Companion to Post-1945 America (Blackwell Press, 2002).
- 03-5 Timur Kuran and Edward J. McCaffery, Expanding Discrimination Research: Beyond Ethnicity and to the Web.
- 03-6 Elizabeth Garrett, Legislating Chevron.
- 03-7 Jennifer Arlen and Eric Talley, Unregulable Defenses and the Perils of Shareholder Choice.
- 03-8 Seth Seabury and Eric Talley,Private Information, Self-Serving Biases, and Optimal Settlement Mechanisms: Theory and Evidence.
- 03-9 Jennifer Arlen and W. Bentley MacLeod,Torts, Expertise and Authority: Liability of Physicians and Managed Care Organizations.
- 03-10 Ehud Kamar, A Regulatory Competition Theory of Indeterminacy in Corporate Law.
- 03-11 Tom Griffith, Taxing Sunny Days: Adjusting Taxes for Regional Living Costs and Amenities.
- 03-12 Ehud Kamar, Shareholder Litigation Under Indeterminate Corporate Law.
- 03-13 Elizabeth Garrett and Daniel A. Smith, Veiled Political Actors: The Real Threat to Campaign Disclosure Statutes.
- 03-14 Gregory C. Keating, Pressing Precaution Beyond the Point of Cost Justification.
- 03-15 Andrei Marmor, Authority, Equality and Democracy.
- 03-16 Andrei Marmor, The Rule of Law and its Limits.
- 03-17 Andrei Marmor, Entitlement to Land and The Right of Return: An Embarrassing Challenge to Liberal Zionism.
- 03-18 Mary L. Dudziak, September 11 in History: A Watershed Moment? - Introduction (Duke University Press (forthcoming)).
- 03-19 Dan Simon, Daniel C. Krawczyk, Keith J. Holyoak, Construction of Preferences by Constraint Satisfaction -->(PSYCHOLOGICAL SCIENCE, 15(5), 331 (2004)).
- 03-20 Dan Simon, Chadwick J. Snow, Stephen J. Read, The Redux of Cognitive Consistency Theories: Evidence Judgments by Constraint Satisfaction.
- 03-21 Edward J. McCaffery, The Fair Timing of Tax.
- 03-22 Edward J. McCaffery and Jonathan Baron,Heuristics and Biases in Thinking about Tax.
- 03-23 David Enoch and Andrei Marmor, The Case Against Moral Luck.
- 03-24 John G. Matsusaka, Have Voter Initiatives Paralyzed the California Budget?
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