Sunday, July 30, 2006

Weekly Top Ten

Here's this week's list of SSRN's ten most downloaded recent property articles:

1. (96) The Uselessness of Public Use, Abraham Bell (Bar Ilan University and Fordham Law School) and Gideon Parchomovsky (University of Pennsylvania - School of Law)

2. (77) Weighing and Reweighing Eminent Domain's Political Philosophies Post-Kelo, Alberto Lopez (Salmon P. Chase College of Law)

3. (76) Coordination, Property & Intellectual Property: An Unconventional Approach to Anticompetitive Effects & Downstream Access, F. Scott Kieff (Washington University School of Law)

4. (64) Save the Cities, Stop the Suburbs?, Nicole Stelle Garnett (Notre Dame Law School)

5. (47) Nothing 'Errant' About It: The Berman and Midkiff Conference Notes and how the Supreme Court got to Kelo with its Eyes Wide Open, Benjamin Barros (Widener University - School of Law)

6. (34) Common Law and Federalism in the Age of the Regulatory State, Alexandra B. Klass (University of Minnesota Law School)

7. (30) Amending Perpetual Conservation Easements: A Case Study of the Myrtle Grove Controversy, Nancy A. McLaughlin (University of Utah - S.J. Quinney College of Law)

8. (28) The Code Pastoral of the Islamic Republic of Mauritania Return to the Sources: Revival of Traditional Nomads' Rights to Common Property Resources, Hans-Werner Wabnitz (Independent)

9. (27) 'We Shall Not Be Moved': Urban Communities, Eminent Domain and the Socioeconomics of Just Compensation, James J. Kelly (University of Baltimore - School of Law)

10. (26) Property in the Horizon: The Theory and Practice of Sign and Billboard Regulation, Jacob Loshin (Yale Law School)

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