Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Recently Published Scholarship: Marquette Symposium on the New American Economy

Marquette law review Volume 94, Issue 3/2011

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. ยง 170



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