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Community and Custom in Property
(The Berkeley Electronic Press, 2009)
Community custom has played a limited but important role in the law of property. In addition to a few major historic examples such as mining camp rules and whaling, property law sometimes relies on community custom, for ...
The Good Occupation? Law in the Allied Occupation of Japan
They left Japan in shambles. By the time they surrendered in 1945, Japan’s military leaders had slashed industrial production to 1930 levels. Not so with the American occupiers. By the time they left in 1952, they had ...
Essential Elements of Corporate Law
(John M. Olin Center for Law, Economics, and Business. Harvard Law School., 2009)
This article is the first chapter of the second edition of The Anatomy of Corporate Law: A Comparative and Functional Approach, by Reinier Kraakman, John Armour, Paul Davies, Luca Enriques, Henry Hansmann, Gerard Hertig, ...
Should Greenhouse Gas Permits be Allocated on a Per Capita Basis?
(California Law Review Inc., 2009)
Many people believe that the problem of climate change would be best handled by an international agreement that includes a system of "cap-andtrade. "Such a system would impose a global cap on greenhouse gas emissions and ...
The Parliament of the Experts
(Duke University School of Law, 2009)
In the administrative state, how should expert opinions be aggregated and used? If a panel of experts is unanimous on a question of fact, causation, or prediction, can an administrative agency rationally disagree, and on ...
Super Wicked Problems and Climate Change: Restraining the Present to Liberate the Future
(Cornell Law Review, 2009)
Institutions and Indirectness in Intellectual Property
(University of Pennsylvania, 2009)