Tuesday, August 16, 2011
The Marquette Law Review's symposium on the New American Economy is out, and pdf versions of the articles can be downloaded from here.
The articles all look great:
- Paul M. Secunda, Promoting Employee Voice in the New American Economy
- Kenneth G. Dau-Schmidt, Promoting Employee Voice in the American Economy: A Call for Comprehensive Reform
- Laura J. Cooper, Letting the Puppets Speak: Employee Voice in the Legislative History of the Wagner Act
- Aditi Bagchi, Who Should Talk? What Counts as Employee Voice and Who Stands to Gain
- Ann C. Hodges, Avoiding Legal Seduction: Reinvigorating the Labor Movement to Balance Corporate Power
- Joseph E. Slater, Lessons from the Public Sector: Suggestions and a Caution
- Richard Michael Fischl, Labor Law, the Left, and the Lure of the Market
- Scott A. Moss,Yes, Labor Markets are Flawed--But so is the Economic Case for Mandating Employee Voice in Corporate Governance
- Briana R. Barron, Silent Warning: The FDA's Ban on Off-Label Speech: Is it Protecting our Safety?
- Thomas J. Burmeister, Jr., Burnin' Down the House--And Deducting it Too: Charitable Contributions of Buildings to Fire Departments Under I.R.C. § 170