Sunday, October 31, 2010
Not much change at the top, but three new papers crack our weekly Top 10. Following are the top ten most_downloaded papers from the SSRN Journal of Contract and Commercial Law for the sixty days ending October 24, 2010. (Last week's rank in parentheses.)
1 (1) Two Faces: Demystifying the Mortgage Electronic Registration System's Land Title Theory, Christopher Lewis Peterson (Utah).
2 (2) Good Faith and Contract Interpretation: A Law and Economics Perspective, Simone M. Sepe (Arizona).
3 (3) The Need for Insurance Policy Transparency, Daniel Schwarcz (Minnesota).
4 (4) Regulating Systemic Risk, Steven L. Schwarcz (Duke) & Iman Anabtawi (UCLA).
5 (5) Misbehavioral Economics: The Case Against Behavioral Antitrust, Joshua D. Wright (Geo. Mason) & Judd E. Stone (Int’l Ctr. for Law & Econ.).
6 (6) Taking Punitive Damages Seriously: Why a French Court Did Not Recognize An American Decision Awarding Punitive Damages and Why it Should Have, François-Xavier Licari (Metz).
7 (–) Choice of Forum Provisions in Intra_Corporate Litigation: Mandatory and Elective Approaches, Joseph Grundfest (Stanford).
8 (7) A Moral Rights Theory of the Private Law, Andrew S. Gold (DePaul).
9 (–) Contractors and the Ultimate Sacrifice, Steven L. Schooner & Collin D. Swan (Geo. Washington).
10 (–) Vertical Restraints, Dealers with Power, and Antitrust Policy, Herbert J. Hovenkamp (Iowa).