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Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Weekly Top Tens from the Social Science Research Network

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

January 13, 2012 to March 13, 2012

RankDownloadsPaper Title
1 438 The Scope and Implications of Stern v. Marshall, 131 S. Ct. (2011) 
Michael St. Patrick BaxterElizabeth GibsonRandal C. PickerR. Patrick Vance
Covington & Burling LLP, University of North Carolina (UNC) at Chapel Hill - School of Law, University of Chicago - Law School, Jones Walker - New Orleans Office,
2 381 Choice of Law in the American Courts in 2011: Twenty-Fifth Annual Survey 
Symeon C. Symeonides
Willamette University - College of Law
3 208 The Proposal for a Regulation on a Common European Sales Law: Shortcomings of the Most Recent Textual Layer of European Contract Law 
Horst EidenmuellerNils JansenEva-Maria KieningerGerhard WagnerReinhard Zimmermann
University of Munich, University of Muenster, University of Wuerzburg, University of Bonn, Max Planck Institute for Comparative and International Private Law
4 201 Emerging Policy and Practice Issues (2011) 
Steven L. SchoonerDavid J. Berteau
George Washington University - Law School, Center for Strategic and International Studies, Defense - Industrial Initiatives Group
5 185 Empirical Studies of Contract 
Zev J. Eigen
Northwestern University School of Law
6 168 Bankruptcy, Backwards: The Problem of Quasi-Sovereign Debt 
Anna Gelpern
American University Washington College of Law
7 165 A License is Not a 'Contract Not to Sue': Disentangling Property and Contract in the Law of Copyright Licenses 
Christopher M. Newman
George Mason University - School of Law, Facult
8 123 Contract Theory: Is There a Path Through the Theoretical Jungle? 
Martin Hogg
University of Edinburgh - School of Law
9 110 Boomer-Ang Eldercare: Deductible Claim? 
Wendy C. Gerzog
University of Baltimore - School of Law
10 99 Judging Lite: How Arbitrators Use and Create Precedent 
Mark C. Weidemaier
University of North Carolina (UNC) at Chapel Hill - School of Law

RECENT HITS (for all papers announced in the last 60 days) 
TOP 10 Papers for Journal of LSN: Contracts (Topic)  

January 13, 2012 to March 13, 2012

RankDownloadsPaper Title
1 341 A Legal Analysis of Romantic Gifts 
Ruth Sarah Lee
Harvard Law School
2 185 Empirical Studies of Contract 
Zev J. Eigen
Northwestern University School of Law
3 165 A License is Not a 'Contract Not to Sue': Disentangling Property and Contract in the Law of Copyright Licenses 
Christopher M. Newman
George Mason University - School of Law, Faculty
4 123 Contract Theory: Is There a Path Through the Theoretical Jungle? 
Martin Hogg
University of Edinburgh - School of Law
5 99 Judging Lite: How Arbitrators Use and Create Precedent 
Mark C. Weidemaier
University of North Carolina (UNC) at Chapel Hill - School of Law
6 98 A Numbers Game – The Legal Basis for an Optional Instrument in European Contract Law 
Gary Low
Maastricht European Private Law Institute
7 82 Aggregation and Law 
Ariel PoratEric A. Posner
Tel Aviv University, University of Chicago - Law School
8 69 Scaffolding: Using Formal Contracts to Build Informal Relations to Support Innovation
Iva BozovicGillian Hadfield
University of Southern California - School of International Relations, USC Law School and Department of Economics
9 66 Beyond Ex Post Expediency - An Ex Ante View of Rescission and Restitution 
Richard R. W. BrooksAlexander Stremitzer
Yale University - Law School, UCLA School of Law
10 56 Contract Law's Inefficiency 
David M. Driesen
Syracuse University - College of Law

 

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