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Public Funds, Private Schools, And The Court: Legal Issues And Policy Consequences, Michael Heise Jan 1993

Public Funds, Private Schools, And The Court: Legal Issues And Policy Consequences, Michael Heise

Cornell Law Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


Harmonisation Of Trade Laws In The African Economic Community, Muna Ndulo Jan 1993

Harmonisation Of Trade Laws In The African Economic Community, Muna Ndulo

Cornell Law Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


Artifactions: The Battle Over The National Endowment For The Arts, Michael C. Dorf Jan 1993

Artifactions: The Battle Over The National Endowment For The Arts, Michael C. Dorf

Cornell Law Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


Street Harassment And The Informal Ghettoization Of Women, Cynthia Grant Bowman Jan 1993

Street Harassment And The Informal Ghettoization Of Women, Cynthia Grant Bowman

Cornell Law Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


An Essay On Private Remedies, Emily Sherwin Jan 1993

An Essay On Private Remedies, Emily Sherwin

Cornell Law Faculty Publications

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Racial Imagery In Criminal Cases, Sheri Lynn Johnson Jan 1993

Racial Imagery In Criminal Cases, Sheri Lynn Johnson

Cornell Law Faculty Publications

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Pensions And Passivity, Gregory S. Alexander Jan 1993

Pensions And Passivity, Gregory S. Alexander

Cornell Law Faculty Publications

This article discusses how modem fiduciary law has extended equity's tradition of constructing ownership as passive through the corporate pension system. It examines how the corporate pension system as a mode of owning pooled capital is a new stage of passive ownership. This stage creates a different aspect of the familiar problem of separating control from beneficial ownership. Berle and Means argued that the problem that the separation of control from ownership created was economic. The interests of managers and shareholders in the modern corporation diverge, and, they argued, this divergence diminishes the overall efficiency of the modern economy, dominated …


Coase's Twin Towers: The Relation Between The Nature Of The Firm And The Problem Of Social Cost, Stewart J. Schwab Jan 1993

Coase's Twin Towers: The Relation Between The Nature Of The Firm And The Problem Of Social Cost, Stewart J. Schwab

Cornell Law Faculty Publications

Ronald Coase's The Nature of the Firm (The Firm) may well be the second most cited article in law and economics. Usually, calling something second best is a backhanded compliment. But in this case the praise is sincere, for Coase also wrote the most cited article, The Problem of Social Cost (Social Cost). Much ink has been spilled over each article. Both are justly famous, and together they make Coase a richly deserving recipient of the Nobel Prize in Economics.

The Firm, published in 1937, is most often studied by corporate law or industrial organization …


Scientific Jury Selection And The Equal Protection Rights Of Venire Persons, Jeffrey J. Rachlinski Jan 1993

Scientific Jury Selection And The Equal Protection Rights Of Venire Persons, Jeffrey J. Rachlinski

Cornell Law Faculty Publications

Jury trials have always been a source of anxiety for litigators. Despite years of preparation, the outcome of a case can turn on the whimsical biases of a group of people who may or may not understand the legal arguments involved. In recent years, attorneys have taken steps to reduce this uncertainty by hiring social scientists who study jury decision making. One of the most popular services which these consultants offer is assistance in the jury selection process. The use of sociological and psychological methods in identifying and excluding unfavorable jurors from service, known as Scientific Jury Selection ("SJS"), has …