December 12, 2005
Weekly Top Ten
Just one new paper on the list this week, Robert Abdieh's take on boilerplate, which clocks in at number ten. Following are the top ten most-downloaded papers from the SSRN Journal of Contract and Commercial Law for the sixty days ending December 11, 2005.
1 (4) Taking Information Seriously: Misrepresentation and Nondisclosure in Contract Law and Elsewhere, Richard Craswell (Stanford).
2 (5) Contracting in the Shadow of the Law, Nicola Gennaioli (IIES-Stockholm).
3 (3) Rethinking Spyware: Questioning the Propriety of Contractual Consent to Online Surveillance, Wayne Barnes (Texas Wesleyan).
4 (2) In Memoriam, John Cibinic, Jr.. Ralph C. Nash (Geo. Washington), et al.
5 (9) One-Sided Contracts in Competitive Consumer Markets, Lucian Arye Bebchuk (Harvard) & Richard A. Posner (7th Circuit).
6 (6) From St. Ives to Cyberspace: The Modern Distortion of the Medieval 'Law Merchant,' Stephen E. Sachs (Yale).
7 (7) Hurricane Katrina's Tangled Impact on U.S. Procurement, Christopher R. Yukins (Geo. Washington).
8 (8) An Embedded Options Theory of Indefinite Contracts, George S. Geis (Alabama).
9 (10) How Law Affects Lending, Rainer F.H. Haselmann (Leipzig-Business), Katharina Pistor (Columbia) & Vikrant Vig (Columbia-Business).
10 (-) The Strategy of Boilerplate, Robert B. Ahdieh (Emory).
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