Monday, September 22, 2008
After a lengthy hiatus and with a semester still fairly new, here are the top ten most-downloaded new papers from the SSRN Journal of Contract and Commercial Law for the 60 days ending September 21, 2008.
1 Freedom of Contract, David E. Bernstein (Geo. Mason).
2 Contract Enforcement and Institutions Among the Maghribi Traders: Refuting Edwards and Ogilvie, Avner Greif (Stanford-Econ)
3 Consent in Contract Law, Brian Bix (Minnesota).
4 Law's Illusion: Scientific Jurisprudence and the Struggle with Judgment, Jeffrey M. Lipshaw (Suffolk).
5 The British Approach to Consumer Financial Disputes: A Model for Reform in Insurance Law and Beyond, Daniel Schwarcz (Minnesota).
6 Resolving the Foreclosure Crisis: Mortgage Modification in Bankruptcy, Adam Levitin (Georgetown) & Joshua Goodman (Columbia-Econ).
7 The Right Not to Be a Genetic Parent?, I. Glenn Cohen (Harvard).
8 Intellectual Property and Restrictive Covenants, Orly Lobel (San Diego).
9 Spanish and International Judicial Interpretation of CISG, Anselmo M. Martinez Canellas (Islas Baleares).
10 To Err is Human, to Moo Bovine: The Rose of Aberlone Story, Norman Otto Stockmeyer (Thos. Cooley).