Research and Publications: Finance and Law


Financial Markets: Regaining Stability/Promoting Innovation

Financial Regulatory Reform: Legislation and Testimony


Eric Talley
Left, Right, and Center: Strategic Information Acquisition and Diversity in Judicial Panels 
UC Berkeley School of Law, January 2010

Public Ownership, Firm Governance, and Litigation Risk
76 U.Chi. L. Rev. 335-66 (2009)

The Supervisory Capital Assessment Program: An Appraisal (with Johan Walden) 
in Congressional Oversight Panel, "Stress Testing and Shoring Up Bank Capital" (June 2009)

"Going-Private Decisions and the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002: A Cross-Country Analysis" 
Journal of Law, Economics, and Organization, Volume 25, 107-133 (2009)

Robert P. Bartlett III

The Determinants of Buyout Returns: Does Transaction Strategy Matter?
UC Berkeley School of Law, November 2010

Going private but staying public: Reexamining the effect of Sarbanes-Oxley on Firms' Going-private Decisions
University of Chicago Law Review, 2009

Inefficiencies in the Information Thicket: A Case Study of Derivative Disclosures During the Financial Crisis
Berkeley Center for Law, Business and the Economy, UC Berkeley Public Law Research Paper No. 1585953

Jesse Fried

Hands Off Options
Vanderbilt Law Review, Vol. 61, pp. 453-474, 2008

Firms Gone Dark
University of Chicago Law Review, 2008

Renegotiation of Cash Flow Rights in the Sale of VC-Backed Firms (with Brian Broughman)
Journal of Financial Economics (JFE), Forthcoming

Options Backdating and its Implications
Washington and Lee Law Review, Vol. 65, pp. 853-886, 2008