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Saturday, February 11, 2006

Weekly Top Ten

Lots of new entries on our Weekly Top Ten list of the most-downloaded recent property papers on SSRN.

1. (364) Teaching Law Students About Sprawl, Michael Lewyn (George Washington University Law School)

2. (141) What a Strange Place to Put a Church: The Political Economy of 'Just Compensation', Nicole Stelle Garnett (Notre Dame Law School)

3. (102) Three Reasons Why Even Good Property Rights Cause Moral Anxiety, Emily L. Sherwin, (Cornell University - School of Law)

4. (77) Did Reform of Prudent Trust Investment Laws Change Trust Portfolio Allocation?, Max M. Schanzenbach & Robert H. Sitkoff (Northwestern University - School of Law and New York University School of Law)

5. (57) Land, Law and Economic Development, Kenneth W. Dam (University of Chicago Law School)

6. (56) Report Regarding the Pacific McGeorge Workshop on Globalizing the Law School Curriculum, Franklin A. Gevurtz, Linda E. Carter, Julie Davies, Brian K. Landsberg, Thomas O. Main, Michael P. Malloy, and John G. Sprankling (all of the University of the Pacific - McGeorge School of Law)

7. (55) New Urbanist Zoning for Dummies, Michael Lewyn (George Washington University Law School)

8. (42) Before Kelo, William A. Fischel (Dartmouth College - Department of Economics)

9. (30) Economic Development as Public Use: Why Justice Ryan's Poletown Dissent Provides a Better Way to Decide Kelo and Future Public Use Cases, Glen H. Sturtevant (George Mason University - School of Law)

10. (29) Thirst: A Short History of Drinking Water, James Salzman (Duke University - School of Law)

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