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University of South Dakota School of Law

Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Weekly Top Ten from the Social Science Research Network

This list is being brought to you a day early, because I will be traveling tomorrow and unable to post.  Note that the list has been decapitated.  With Eric Posner falling victim to the 60-day limit, Alan Schwartz and Robert E. Scott are the reigning contracts scholarship champions!

RECENT HITS (for all papers announced in the last 60 days) 
TOP 10 Papers for Journal of Contracts & Commercial Law 

November 27, 2009 to January 26, 2010

RankDownloadsPaper Title
1170Contract Interpretation Redux 
Alan SchwartzRobert E. Scott
Yale Law School, Columbia University - Law School
2143The Foundations of a Market Economy: Contract, Consent, Coercion 
Yulie Foka-KavalierakiAristides N. Hatzis
University of Athens, Department of Philosophy & History of Science , University of Athens - Department of Philosophy & History of Science
3119On Uncertainty, Ambiguity, and Contractual Conditions 
Eric L. Talley
UC Berkeley (Boalt Hall) School of Law
4115The Core Nature of Fiduciary Accountability 
Robert Flannigan
University of Saskatchewan
593Fixing the Home Affordable Modification Program to Mitigate the Foreclosure Crisis 
Jean Braucher
University of Arizona - James E. Rogers College of Law
687Pre-Closing Liability 
Omri Ben-Shahar
University of Chicago Law School
785Easterbrook on Copyright 
Randal C. Picker
University of Chicago - Law School
883The Coaching Carousel in Big-Time Intercollegiate Athletics: Economic Implications and Legal Considerations 
Richard T. Karcher
Florida Coastal School of Law

972Consent, Validity and Choice of Forum Agreements in International Contracts 
Ronald A. Brand
University of Pittsburgh - School of Law
1065On and Off Contract Remedies 
Richard R. W. BrooksAlexander Stremitzer
Yale University - Law School, Yale Law School

[Jeremy Telman]

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