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
|02.04.2019||Wendy 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|
|16.04.2019||Bryan McCannon (West Virginia University)||Bargaining in the Shadow of the Trial?|
|21.05.2019||Anthony Niblett (University of Toronto)||Using Machine Learning to Predict Reasonable Notice Awards|
|28.05.2019||Mike Livermore (University of Virginia)||Opinion Publication and the Study of Judicial Politics in the U.S. Appellate Courts|
|04.06.2019||Adi Leibovitch (Hebrew University of Jerusalem) |