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Due to the Covid-19 pandemic all events will be held from 12:00-1:00 pm via Zoom unless otherwise stated.

For Zoom participant information, please contact the department of Academic Operations AcademicOperations@law.usc.edu.

Online copies can be downloaded by clicking the title of the paper below as they become available. When not available for download, copies will be emailed to members of the CLASS email list. To join the list, please click here.

(Please note that some topics are to be announced)

Fall 2021

  • August 23 - John Matsusaka (USC Marshall)

    Title: “Does Proxy Advice Allow Funds to Cast Informed Votes?*”

  • August 30 - Steven Shavell (Harvard Law)

    Title: “On the Law of the Household: The Principles Used by Parents in Disciplining Their Children”

  • September 13 - Manisha Padi (Berkeley)

    Title: “Fiduciary Duty and the Market for Financial Advice”

  • September 27 - Shane Greenstein (Harvard Business School)

    Title: “Hidden Software and Veiled Value Creation: Illustrations from Server Software Usage”

  • October 04 - Lawrence Zelenak (Duke)

    Title: “Stanley S. Surrey: A Life in Taxes”

  • October 11 - Cathy Hwang (University of Virginia)

    Title: "Collaborative Intent"

  • October 18 - Sander van der Linden (Department of Psychology, University of Cambridge)

    Title: "Psychological Inoculation Against Misinformation"
    *Jointly sponsored by Social Psychology Brown Bag Series

  • October 25 - Robert Metcalfe (USC Dornsife)

    Title: “The Value of Time in the United States”

  • November 01 - Colin Leach (Barnard College, Columbia University)

    Title: “The (racial) Phenomenology of Police & Protest”
    *Jointly sponsored by Social Psychology Brown Bag Series

  • November 08 - David G. Rand (Sloan School & Brain and Cognitive Sciences, MIT)

    Title: “Understanding and Reducing Misinformation Online”
    *Jointly sponsored by Social Psychology Brown Bag Series

  • November 15 - Desmond Ang (Harvard Kennedy School)

    Title: "Police Violence Reduces Civilian Cooperation and Engagement with Law Enforcement"
    *Co-sponsors: Center for Economic and Social Research (CESR) & Behavioral Science and Well-Being Initiative

  • November 22 - Allison Redlich (George Mason University)

    Title: "Guilty Plea Hearings in Juvenile and Criminal Court"
    *Jointly sponsored by Social Psychology Brown Bag Series

  • November 29 - Florencia Marotta-Wurgler (NYU Law)

    Title: “Learning in Standard Form Contracts: Theory and Evidence”

Spring 2022

  • January 10 - Megan Stevenson (University of Virginia)

    Title: "Cause, Effect, and the Structure of the Social World"

  • January 24 - Emily Ryo (USC)

    Title: "Citizenship Disparities"

  • January 31 - Louis Kaplow (Harvard)

    Title: “Replacing the Structural Presumption”

  • February 07 - Yehonatan Givati (Hebrew University of Jerusalem)

    Title: “How Courts Lose Legitimacy”

  • February 14 - Salma Mousa (Stanford)

    Title: “Can Exposure to Celebrities Reduce Prejudice? The Effect of Mohamed Salah on Islamophobic Behaviors and Attitudes”
    *Co-sponsors: Social Psychology Brown Bag Series, Center for Economic and Social Research (CESR) & Behavioral Science and Well-Being Initiative

  • February 28 - Shahzeen Attari (Indiana University)

    Title: “Fusing facts and feelings to motivate action on climate change ”
    *Co-sponsors: Social Psychology Brown Bag Series, Center for Economic and Social Research (CESR) & Behavioral Science and Well-Being Initiative

  • March 07 - John List (Chicago)

    Title: “The Voltage Effect in Behavioral Economics”
    Location subject to change.

  • March 21 - Jill Fisch (Penn Law)

    Title: “GameStop and the Reemergence of the Retail Investor”

  • March 28 - Issa Kohler-Hausmann (Yale Law)

    Title: “Of Ill-Defined Causal Estimands: The Direct Effect of Race On Policing Outcomes”
    Co-Presenter - Lily Lu

  • April 04 - Ryan Enos (Harvard)

    Title: “The measurement of partisan sorting for 180 million voters”

  • April 11 - Gillian Hadfield (University of Toronto)

    Title: “Judging Facts, Judging Norms: Training Machine Learning Models to Judge Humans Requires a New Approach to Labeling Data”

  • April 18 - Elizabeth Pollman (University of Pennsylvania Law School)

    Title: “Startup Failure”

  • April 25 - Tanisha Fazal (University of Minnesota)

    Title: “Mapping US and Chinese Health Diplomacy.”

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