Monday, May 8, 2006
It's exam time at America's law schools, and that means that most of us are too busy to post new papers or download the ones already up there. So it's not surprising that there are few changes on this edition of our Weekly Top 10. Following are the ten most-downloaded new papers from the SSRN Journal of Contract and Commercial Law for the sixty days ending May 7, 2006.
1 (1) Emerging Policy and Practice Issues (2005), Steven L. Schooner & Christopher R. Yukins (Geo. Washington).
2 (2) Contract Law Theory, Brian Bix (Minnesota).
3 (3) The Best Puffery Article Ever, David A. Hoffman (Temple).
4 (4) Corporation and Contract, Henry Hansmann (Yale).
5 (5) Contract Formation Issues in Employment Arbitration, Richard A. Bales (Northern Kentucky).
6 (6) The Employment Due Process Protocol at Ten: Twenty Unresolved Issues, and a Focus on Conflicts of Interest, Richard A. Bales (Northern Kentucky).
7-tie (7) Constructing a Bid Protest Process: Choices Every Procurement Challenge System Must Make, Daniel I. Gordon (GAO).
7-tie (8) Creative Commons: A Skeptical View of a Worthy Pursuit, Niva Elkin-Koren (Haifa).
9 (9) Managing Risk on a $25 Million Bet: Venture Capital, Agency Costs, and the False Dichotomy of the Corporation, Robert P. Bartlett (Georgia).
10 (10) The UNCITRAL Electronic Contracts Convention: Will it be Used or Avoided?, Charles H. Martin (UDC).