LawEcon Workshop

The LawEcon Workshop is jointly organized by the Graduate School of Economics, the Law Faculty and the Max-Planck-Institute for Research on Collective Goods. It is an interdisciplinary workshop that brings together social scientists and legal scholars, whose research focuses on Law & Economics. The workshop meets on Tuesdays 18:00 at Juridicum, Room 0.017, Adenauerallee 24-42.

Financial support by the Center for Advanced Studies in Law and Economics is gratefully acknowledged.

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Summer Term 2019

02.04.2019Wendy E. Wagner (University of Texas at Austin) Incomprehensible!: A Book Project on How Neglected Information Processing Costs can Create Problematic Comprehension Asymmetries in Legal Processes
16.04.2019Bryan McCannon (West Virginia University) Bargaining in the Shadow of the Trial?
21.05.2019Anthony Niblett (University of Toronto) Using Machine Learning to Predict Reasonable Notice Awards
28.05.2019Mike Livermore (University of Virginia) Opinion Publication and the Study of Judicial Politics in the U.S. Appellate Courts
04.06.2019Adi Leibovitch (Hebrew University of Jerusalem)


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