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Recent Publications

May 2017

Bernard Black, Melsa Ararat, & B. Burcin Yurtoglu, The Effect of Corporate Governance on Firm Market Value and Profitability: Time-Series Evidence from Turkey, ___ Emerging Markets Review ___ (forthcoming 2017), and SSRN.

Bernard Black, Antonio Gledson de Carvalho, Vikramaditya Khanna, Woochan Kim, & Burcin Yurtoglu, Which Aspects of Corporate Governance Matter in Emerging Markets: Evidence from Brazil, India, Korea, and Turkey, Northwestern Law & Economics Research Paper No. 14-22 (working paper 2017).

Bernard Black, Antonio Gledson de Carvalho, Vikramaditya Khanna, Woochan Kim, & B. Burcin Yurtoglu, Corporate Governance Indices and Construct Validity, Northwestern Law & Economics Research Paper No. 13-05 (working paper 2017).

Lynn P. Cohn, Anatomy of a Settlement Fund: How ADR Helped Establish and Deploy a Mass Claims Distribution, 35 Alternatives to the High Cost of Litigation 49 (2017).

Lynn P. Cohn, A Model for the Use of ADR to Efficiently Distribute a Significant Settlement Fund in Mass Claims Litigation Without Sacrificing an Individualized Assessment of Claims, 18 Cardozo Journal of Conflict Resolution 699 (2017).

David Dana, An Invisible Crisis in Plain Sight: The Emergence of the “Eviction Economy,” Its Causes, and the Possibilities for Reform in Legal Regulation and Education, 115 Michigan Law Review 935 (2017), and SSRN.

Carolyn E. Frazier, “Commentary: Today's Scarlet Letter — the Sex Offender Registry — Is Risky Justice for Youth,” Chicago Tribune (May 26, 2017).

Ezra Friedman, Sharing Responsibility Instead of Allocating Blame: Reforming Torts and Reducing Accidents, Northwestern Law & Economics Research Paper No. 17-07, ___ University of Illinois Law Review ___, (forthcoming 2017).

Eugene Kontorovich, “Russia Recognizes Jerusalem as Israel’s Capital. Why Can’t the U.S.?,” Wall Street Journal (May 14, 2017).

Eugene Kontorovich, “The States, the Feds and Climate Change: Hope Challenges to Paris Beat Back the Doctrine of ‘Implied Preemption’,” New York Daily News (Jun. 2, 2017).

Andrew Koppelman, Kent Greenawalt, Defender of the Faith, 95 Texas Law Review 821 (2017) (reviewing Kent Greenawalt, Exemptions: Necessary, Justified, or Misguided?).

Sarah Lawsky, Formalizing the Code, 70 Tax Law Review 377 (2017).

James E. Pfander, Scalia’s Legacy: Originalism and Change in the Law of Standing, 6 British Journal of American Legal Studies 85 (2017).

Stephen B. Presser, Reflections on Unrestrained: Law Professors, the Legal Academy, and the Rule of Law in the Early Twenty-First Century, 88 University of Colorado Law Review 349 (2017).

Stephen B. Presser, “A Further Perspective: Trump Derangement Hysteria,” The American Spectator (May 15, 2017).

Stephen B. Presser, “Why Swamp Fever Must Be Cured,” Washington Times (May 18, 2017).

Stephen B. Presser, “Commentary: Would the Framers Have Been Ashamed by — or Proud of — Donald Trump?,” Chicago Tribune (May 28, 2017).

Stephen B. Presser, “Constitutionalism, Both Good and Horrid,” The University Bookman (Jun. 11, 2017) (reviewing Geoffrey R. Stone, Sex and the Constitution: Sex, Religion, and Law from America’s Origins to the Twenty-First Century).

Stephen B. Presser, “Special Report: Firing Comey: Abuse of a Kingly Prerogative or Draining the Swamp?,” The American Spectator (Jun. 9, 2017).

Stephen B. Presser, “What Is a Republic, and How Do We Keep It?,” Washington Times (Jun. 7, 2017).

Stephen B. Presser, Dean's Lecture: Do Law Professors Really Understand American Law?, 43 Ohio Northern University Law Review 373 (2017).

Martin H. Redish & William D. Gohl, The Wandering Doctrine of Constitutional Fact, 59 Arizona Law Review 289 (2017), and SSRN.

Leonard L. Riskin, Kormendy Lecture: Negotiation, Outside-In and Inside-Out: On the Level or Thereabout, 43 Ohio Northern University Law Review 399 (2017).

Daniel B. Rodriguez, “SCOTUS: Partisan Gerrymandering Case from Wisconsin,” PrawfsBlawg (Jun. 20, 2017).

Kyle Rozema, Internality-Correcting Consumption Taxes and Voluntary Public Assistance Programs, Northwestern Law & Economics Research Paper No. 16-15 (working paper 2016).

Kyle Rozema & Daniel Jacob Hemel, Decisionmaking on Multimember Courts: The Assignment Power in the Circuits, Northwestern Law & Economics Research Paper No. 17-05 (working paper 2017).

David M. Shapiro, “Commentary: No Denying: Sessions’ Moves Revive Allegations of Racism,” Chicago Tribune (May 15, 2017).

Marshall S. Shapo, Shapo on the Law of Products Liability, 7th ed. (Edward Elgar 2017).

Deborah Tuerkheimer, “What to Look for in the Cosby Sex Assault Trial,” Newsweek (Jun. 6, 2017).

Deborah Tuerkheimer, “The Deck Is Stacked Against Every Sexual Assault Victim in America. The Cosby Case Is No Different,” Slate.com (Jun. 18, 2017).