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Law and Economics Seminar

2018

Thursday, February 1

  • Law and Economics Seminar: Abe Wickelgren
    4:30 PM T112
    Abe Wickelgren, Bernard J. Ward Centennial Professor at the University of Texas Law School, co-editor of American Law and Economics Review

    Optimal Standards of Proof for Non-Obviousness and Infringement
    ( Open to the Penn community.  )

Thursday, February 15

  • Law and Economics Seminar: Max Schanzenbach
    4:30 PM T112
    Max Schanzenbach, Seigle Family Professor of Law at Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law, co-editor in chief of the American Law and Economics Review

    Good Cop, Bad Cop: An Analysis of Chicago Civilian Allegations of Police Misconduct
    ( Open to the Penn community. )

Thursday, March 1

  • Law and Economics Seminar: Aurelie Ouss
    4:30 PM Tanenbaum 112
    Aurelie Ouss, Assistant Professor of Criminology, Department of Criminology, University of Pennsylvania

    Beyond Bail: Using Behavioral Science to Improve Criminal Justice Outcomes
    ( Open to the Penn community. )

Thursday, March 22

  • Law and Economics Seminar: Ken Ayotte
    4:30 PM T112
    Ken Ayotte, Professor of Law at UC Berkeley School of Law, a director of the American Law and Economics Association, an Associate Editor at the International Review of Law and Economics

    Disagreement and Capital Structure Complexity

    ( Open to the Penn community. )

Thursday, April 5

Thursday, April 19

  • Law and Economics Seminar: Eric Talley
    4:30 PM T112
    Eric Talley, Isidor and Seville Sulzbacher Professor of Law at Columbia University Law School. Chair of the board of directors of the Society for Empirical Legal Studies

    Informed Trading and Cybersecurity Breaches
    ( Open to the Penn community. )