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Publications.

Journal Publications.

Cleaning Corporate Governance

170 University of Pennsylvania Law Review (forthcoming 2021) (with Cathy Hwang, Yaron Nili, and Eric Talley) SSRN

 

Computational Methods in Legal Analysis

16 Annual Review of Law and Social Science 39 (2020) (with Michael A. Livermore) Link

Forum Selling Abroad

92 Southern California Law Review 487 (2019) (with Stefan Bechtold and Dan Klerman) Link

Are Advocates General Political? An Empirical Analysis of the Voting Behavior of the Advocates General at the European Court of Justice

14 Review of Law & Economics 20160037 (2018) Link

The Politics of Citations at the ECJ: Policy Preferences of EU Member State Governments and the Citation Behavior of Members of the European Court of Justice

14 Journal of Empirical Legal Studies 813 (2017) Link

Book Chapters and Shorter Works.

The Deep Structure of Deliberate Ignorance – Mapping the Terrain

Deliberate Ignorance – Choosing Not to Know 65 (Ralph Hertwig & Christoph Engel eds., 2021) (with Barry Schwartz et al.)

The Limits of Smart Contracts

175 Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics (JITE) 149 (2019) (conference issue)

Writing Style and Legal Traditions

Law as Data: Computation, Text, and the Future of Legal Analysis 153 (Michael A. Livermore & Daniel Rockmore eds., 2019)

Text as Observational Data

Law as Data: Computation, Text, and the Future of Legal Analysis 59 (Michael A. Livermore & Daniel Rockmore eds., 2019) (with Marion Dumas)

Network Analysis and the Use of Precedent in the Case Law of the CJEU –A Reply to Derlén and Lindholm

18 German Law Journal 687 (2017)

Other Writing.

No More “Mystery Meat”: Why We Need Better Corporate Governance Data

ProMarket, Jun. 8, 2021 (with Cathy Hwang, Yaron Nili, and Eric Talley) Link

Global Investor-Director Survey on Climate Risk Management

(with Kristin Bresnahan et al.) Link

Mapping the Landscape of Comments to the SEC's New Proxy Rules

CLS Blue Sky Blog, Mar. 4, 2020 Link

Do German Judges Compete for Litigation by Offering Plaintiff-Friendly Procedures?

Oxford Business Law Blog, Nov. 26, 2018 (with Stefan Bechtold and Dan Klerman)

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