Assistant Professor of Law
Sarath Sanga studies business organizations and contract law. He has also published on the law and economics of crime and racial profiling. His work has appeared in leading peer review and law review journals, including the Journal of Political Economy, American Law and Economics Review, the Journal of Empirical Legal Studies, and California Law Review. Sanga holds a BA in economics from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, a PhD in economics from the University of California, Berkeley, and a JD from Yale.
Areas of Expertise
- Business Organizations
- Crime and Racial Profiling
- Empirical Legal Studies
- A Theory of Corporate Joint Ventures in california law review (forthcoming).
- The Private Ordering Solution to Multiforum Shareholder Litigation in 14 journal of empirical legal studies 31 (2017) (with Roberta Romano).
- Choice of Law: An Empirical Analysis in 11 journal of empirical legal studies 894 (2014).
- Does Officer Race Matter? in 16 american law and economics review 403 (2014).
- General Equilibrium Effects of Prison on Crime: Evidence from International Comparisons in 2 cato papers on public policy 165 (2012) (with Justin McCrary).
- Reconsidering Racial Bias in Motor Vehicle Searches in 117 journal of political economy 1155 (2009) (comment).
- JD, Yale Law School
- PhD, University of California, Berkeley
- BA, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor