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Monday, May 23, 2005

Weekly Top Ten

Readers just can't seem to get enough of that good old government contract law.  That seems to be the message as Steven Schooner and Christoper Yukins have yet another hot-selling article at the top of the charts this week.  Following are the top ten most-downloaded papers from the SSRN Journal of Contract and Commercial Law for the 60 days ending May 22, 2005.

1 (1) Risky Business: Managing Interagency Acquisition, Steven L. Schooner (George Washington)

2 (–) Commentary on the Acquisition Workforce, Steven L. Schooner & Christopher R. Yukins (George Washington)

3 (2) Putting Identity Theft on Ice: Freezing Credit Reports to Prevent Lending to Impostors, Chris Jay Hoofnagle (Electronic Privacy Information Center)

4 (3) There Are No Penalty Default Rules in Contract Law, Eric A. Posner (Chicago)

5 (4) A Normative Theory of Business Bankruptcy, Alan Schwartz (Yale)

6 (5) Institutions, Incentives, and Consumer Bankruptcy Reform, Todd J. Zywicki (George Mason)

7 (6) Pricing Legal Options: A Behavioral Perspective, Oren Bar-Gill (NYU)

8 (7) The Role of Groups in Norm Transformation: A Dramatic Sketch, in Three Parts, Robert B. Ahdieh (Emory)

9 (8) Free Markets Under Siege, Richard A. Epstein (Chicago)

10 (10) On-line Consumer Standard-Form Contracting Practices: A Survey and Discussion of Legal Implications, Robert A. Hillman (Cornell)

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