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Wednesday, March 3, 2010

Weekly Top Ten from the Social Science Research Network

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

RankDownloadsPaper Title
1337Choice of Law in the American Courts in 2009: Twenty-Third Annual Survey 
Symeon C. Symeonides
Willamette University - College of Law
2236The 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
3200The Core Nature of Fiduciary Accountability 
Robert Flannigan
University of Saskatchewan
4182The Ethics of Contract Drafting 
Gregory M. Duhl
William Mitchell College of Law
5178Bayesian Contractual Interpretation 
Yair Listokin
Yale Law School
6125Fixing the Home Affordable Modification Program to Mitigate the Foreclosure Crisis 
Jean Braucher
University of Arizona - James E. Rogers College of Law
7124The Evolution of Contract Remedies (and Why Do Contracts Professors Teach Remedies First?) 
George G. Triantis
Harvard University - Harvard Law School
8118On and Off Contract Remedies 
Richard R. W. BrooksAlexander Stremitzer
Yale University - Law School, Yale Law School
999The Coaching Carousel in Big-Time Intercollegiate Athletics: Economic Implications and Legal Considerations 
Richard T. Karcher
Florida Coastal School of Law
1088Bankruptcy Markets: Making Sense of Claims Trading 
Adam J. Levitin
Georgetown University - Law Center

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