Law 217 - Law and Economics WorkshopSpring 2014Instructor: Prasad KrishnamurthyDay/Time: Mondays, 12:15-1:55 p.m.Location: Room 132 Boalt Hall
Speaker / Title
Prasad Krishnamurthy: Introduction
Peter H. Schuck, Yale Law School; visiting Berkeley Law: “Why Government Fails So Often: Assessing Success, Failure, and the Role of Markets.”
MLK holiday - No class
Rucker C. Johnson, Goldman School of Public Policy, U.C. Berkeley:
"Long-Term Impacts of School Finance Reform."
Michael Gilbert, University of Virginia School of Law:
A. Mitchell Polinsky, Stanford Law School:
"Deterrence and the Optimality of Rewarding Prisoners for Good Behavior."
President’s Day Holiday - No class
Steven Schwarcz, Duke Law School
"Anticipating New Sources of Systemic Risk in Insurance."
Avishalom Tor, Notre Dame Law School
"Understanding Behavioral Antitrust."
Hillary Greene, University of Connecticut, School of Law; visiting Berkeley Law
"The Architecture of Legal Consistency."
M. Todd Henderson, University of Chicago, Law School
"Do Judges Follow the Law? An Empirical Test of Congressional Control over Judicial Behavior."
Spring Recess – No class
Matthew Stephenson, Harvard Law School
"The Welfare Effects of Minority-Protective Judicial Review."
Gabriel Zucman, London School of Economics; visiting Berkeley Economics Department
"The End of Bank Secrecy? An Evaluation of the G20 Tax haven Crackdown."
William H. J. Hubbard, University of Chicago, Law School
Apr 22 (Tuesday)