Fall 2013 - 2014 CLASS Workshops

Spring 2014

 

Location: USC Law School, Faculty Lounge, Room 433 (unless otherwise stated)
Time: 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m.
(Note: Lunch served at 11:50 a.m., Talk begins promptly at 12:00 p.m.)
Day: Mondays

Hard copies of all CLASS papers are available in room 461.
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.

 

(click on topic to view paper)

(Please note that some topics are to be announced)

  • January 13 - Katerina Linos ( UC Berkeley), Topic: "Structure and Substance Trade-Offs in International Agreements"
  • January 27 -  Abby Wood (USC), Topic: "In the Shadows of Sunlight: An Empirical Study of Campaign Finance Transparency Laws"
  • February 10 - Paul Rothstein (Consumer Financial Protection Bureau), Topic: "The Cost of Compliance with Certain Deposit Regulations"
  • February 24 - Susan Yeh (George Mason University School of Law), Topic: "The Impact of Government Power to Expropriate on Economic Growth and Inequality"
  • March 3 - Orley Ashenfelter (Princeton University), Topic: "Did Robert Bork Understate the Competitive Impact of Mergers? Evidence from Consummated Mergers"
  • March 13 - Neil Brewer (Flinders University, School of Psychology), Topic: "Police Lineups in 2064: Getting the Bad Guy with Certainty"
  • March 24 - Alex Lee ( USC), Topic: "The Efficiency Criterion for Securities Regulation: Investor Welfare or Cost-Benefit Analysis?"
  • April 7 - Rachel Stern ( UC Berekley), Topic: "Outpost Offices and Area Specialists; How International Law Firms approach the China Market"
  • April 21 - Christian Grose (USC), Topic: "Revealing Discriminatory Intent: Legislator Preferences, Voter Identification, and Responsiveness Bias" (with Matthew Mendez)
  • May 5 - John Matsusaka (USC), Topic: "Ballot Order Effects in Referendum Elections"

 

Fall 2013

 

Location: USC Law School, Faculty Lounge, Room 433 (unless otherwise stated)
Time: 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m.
(Note: Lunch served at 11:50 a.m., Talk begins promptly at 12:00 p.m.)
Day: Mondays

Hard copies of all CLASS papers are available in room 461.
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.

 

(click on topic to view paper)

(Please note that some topics are to be announced)

  • August 26 - Daniel Ho (Stanford Law School), Topic: "Does Class Size Reduce the Gender Gap? A Natural Experiment in Law." Co-authored with Mark Kelman (Stanford).
  • September 16 - Scott Baker (Washington University in St. Louis Law School), Topic: "Managing Reputation with Litigation: Why Legal Sanctions Can Work Better than Market Sanctions." Co-authored with Albert Choi (University of Virginia Law School)
  • September 23 - John Skrentny (University of California, San Diego), Topic: "After Civil Rights: Racial Realism in the New American Workplace"
  • September 30 - Alex Lee (USC Gould School of Law)   
  • October 7 - Dan Simon (USC Gould School of Law)
  • October 14 - Michael Simkovic (Seton Hall Law), Topic: "The Economic Value of a Law Degree"
  • October 28 - Greg Walton (Stanford University), Topic: "The New Science of Wise Psychological Interventions"
  • November 4 - Justin McCrary (Berkeley), Topic: "The Deterrence Effect of Prison: New Evidence from California"
  • November 11 - Mitu Gulati (Duke University, Visiting Professor at USC Gould School of Law), "The Gathering Storm"
  • November 18 - Susan Morse (University of Texas at Austin), Topic: "Safe Harbors and Rulemaking Over Time"
  • November 25 - Jonathan Barnett (USC Gould School of Law), Topic: "From Patent Thickets to Patent Networks"
  • December 2 - Dean Lueck (The University of Arizona), Topic: "Land Demarcation and the Great Roman Network" - *This workshop will take place in ROOM 103*

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