October 15, 2007
Weekly Top Ten
1 (1) Explaining the Spread of At-Will Employment as an Inter-Jurisdictional Race-to-the-Bottom of Employment Standards, Richard A. Bales (No. Kentucky).
2 (2) Anti-Social Contracts: The Contractual Governance of Online Communities, Joshua Fairfield (Indiana-Bloomington).
3 (3) Renting the Good Life, Jim Hawkins (Independent).
4 (4) Securitization and Its Discontents: The Dynamics of Financial Product Development, Kenneth C. Kettering (New York LS).
5 (5) Utility and Rights in Common Law Reasoning: Rebalancing Private Law Through Constitutionalization, Hugh Collins (London School of Economics).
6 (5) Morality, Social Norms and Rule of Law as Transaction Cost-Saving Devices: The Case of Ancient Athens, Anastassios Karayiannis (Piraeus) & Aristides N. Hatzis (Athens-Philosophy).
7 (9) Behavioral Law and Economics, Paternalism, and Consumer Contracts: An Empirical Perspective, Joshua D. Wright (Geo. Mason).
8 (7) A Study of Interest, John Y. Gotanda (Villanova).
9 (10) Nonbanks in the Payments System: Vertical Integration Issues, Nicholas Economides (NYU-Business).
10 (-) The Limited Autonomy of Private Law, Hanoch Dagan (Tel Aviv).
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