Comparative Institutional Analysis Sept 10-11, 2004

List of Conference Papers

"Democratic Regulation and Judicial Distrust: Comparing Property Rights Institutions in the US and the UK"
by Daniel H. Cole,
R. Bruce Townsend Professor of Law, Indiana University School of Law at Indianapolis
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"The Role of Shareholder Primacy in Institutional Choice"
by Jill E. Fisch, Alpin J. Cameron Professor of Law, Fordham University School of Law
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"What a Comparative Institutional Analysis of Online Surveillance Reveals"
by Susan A. Freiwald,
Professor of Law, University of San Francisco School of Law
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"Basic Instincts: Participation, Economics and Institutional Choice"
by Neil K. Komesar,
Burrus-Bascom Professor of Law, University of Wisconsin Law School
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"Constitutionalism and the New Forms of Power"
by Miguel Poiares Maduro,
Advocate General , European Court of Justice
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"Crime, Participation, and History"
by Victoria Nourse, Profes
sor of Law, University of Wisconsin Law School
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"Federalism in Comparative Institutional Perspective: the Case of Preemption Doctrine"
by David Schwartz, Assistant Professor Law, University of Wisconsin Law School
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"Power, Global Governance, and the WTO: What Role for the WTO Judicial Process?"
by Gregory C. Shaffer,
Professor, University of Wisconsin Law School, Director, UW European Union Center, Co-director, UW Center on World Affairs and the Global Economy
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"A Comparative Institutional Analysis of ‘Regulation by Litigation’"
by Wendy E. Wagner,
Joe A. Worsham Centennial Professor, The University of Texas School of Law
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