June 23, 2008
Now in Print: When Tomorrow Has Arrived
Lately, SSRN is all the rage. The popularity of SSRN makes sense given that, as it promises, it brings us "tomorrow's research today." And, given that it can sometimes take over a year from manuscript submission to law review publication, it often seems like tomorrow may never come.
Don't get me wrong, I love the quick and early access of SSRN. But, I am also nostalgic for final, print versions of papers. Plus, for various reasons, SSRN does not capture all available papers. So, I thought we could add a weekly feature called "Now in Print." With the help of my SmartCILP feed, these post will list the contact-related scholarship that has just been made available in print. So, here, we'll bring you today's research, well, within the week.
- Sarah Baumgartel, Nonprosecution Agreements as Contracts: Stolt-Nielsen and the Question of Remedy for a Prosecutor's Breach, 2008 Wis. L. Rev. 25-68.
- John J. Chung, Promissory Estoppel and the Protection of Interpersonal Trust, 56 Clev. St. L. Rev. 37-82 (2008).
- Rachel S. Conklin, Student article, Be Careful What You Click For: An Analysis of Online Contracting, 20 Loy. Consumer L. Rev. 325-347 (2008).
- Benjamin Klein and Joshua D. Wright, The Economics of Slotting Contracts, 50 J.L. & Econ. 421-454 (2007).
- David T. Robinson and Toby E. Stuart, Financial Contracting in Biotech Strategic Alliances, 50 J.L. & Econ. 559-595 (2007).
- Symposium: Governing Contracts--Public and Private Perspectives. Osgoode Hall Law School, Toronto, November 9-10, 2006. Introduction by Peer Zumbansen; articles by Peer Zumbansen, Marc Amstutz, Andreas Abegg, Vaios Karavas, Peter Vincent-Jones, Alfred C. Aman, Jr., Karl-Heinz Ladeur, Andreas Maurer, Luke Nottage, David V. Snyder, Ralf Michaels and Graf-Peter Calliess; reply by David Campbell, 14 Ind. J. Global Legal Stud. 181-483 (2007).
[Meredith R. Miller]
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