These papers are listed according to the particpant's session. A "*" indicates a work currently in progress.
For a full list of participants and the workshop program, return to the Workshop homepage.
Dispute Resolution and Political Development
Heinz Klug (University of Wisconsin-Madison)
Constituting Democracy: Law Globalism and South Africa's Political Reconstruction
Chapter 7: The Constitutional Court and the Institutional Dynamics of Constitutionalism
Chapter 8: Constitutional Imaginations and the Possibilities of Justice
Five Years On: How Relevant is the Constitution to the New South Africa?
Tamir Moustafa (University of Wisconsin-Madison)
Dispute Resolution and Economic Development
Kathryn Hendley (University of Wisconsin-Madison)
Litigation in the Transition: A Portrait of Debt Collection in Russia
Enforcing Judgments in Russian Economic Courts
Reforming the Procedural Rules for Business Litigation in Russia: To What End? *
Neil Komesar (University of Wisconsin-Madison)
Chapter 4: Zoning and Its Discontents
Chapter 5: Just Compensation
Chapter 6: High Stakes Players and Hidden Markets
Stewart Macaulay (University of Wisconsin-Madison)
From Contract: Solutions in Search of a Problem?
The Real and the Paper Deal: Empirical Pictures of Relationships, Complexity and the Urge for Transparent Simple Rules
Access to the Legal Systems of the Americas
The Impact of Contract Law on the Economy: Less Than Meets the Eye?
Contracts: Law in Action (by Stewart Macaulay, John Kidwell and William Whitford)
Chapter on Alternatives to Litigation