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• Dobinson, I., and Johns, F., ‘Doctrinal Legal Research’ and ‘Non-Doctrinal Research’, in McConville, M., and Hong Chui, W. (eds.), (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2007) pp. 22-45. (*R2) • Nuffield Inquiry on Empirical Legal Research, Law in the Real World: Improving Our Understanding of How Law Works (Nuffield 2006), Report Summary: • Socio-Legal Studies Association (SLSA), Statement of Principles of Ethical Research Practice, January 2009. (*R3). Available from: ...
He served as an infantry Lieutenant in the US Army from 1951–1953 and remained in the reserve until 1969, when he was honourably discharged with the rank of Major. He married Nancy (née Wilson) and they had three sons (one deceased) and a daughter. His legal career began as a Clerk to the US Court of Appeals (1955–1956), followed by practising law in Concord, New Hampshire until 1959, when he became Assistant Professor of Law at Cornell University , advancing to Associate Professor in 1962 and then a full Professorship. In 1972 he became Professor of Law at the University of Virginia and in 1980 Wigmore Professor at Northwestern ...
Robert S. Gibbons: 02-20-09 Economist of the Day
We choose Robert S. Gibbons as our Economist of the Day. Robert is the Sloan Distinguished Professor of Management, Sloan School of Management and Professor of Organizational Economics, Department of Economics at MIT. Contact Information Tel: (617) 253-0283 Email: Address: MIT Sloan School of Management & Department of Economics 50 Memorial Drive Building E52, Room 432 Cambridge MA 02142-1347 Support Staff: Charles Wohr Sloan School of Management Phone: (617) 253-8318 Email: MBA Course (15.903: Corporate Strategy and Extended Enterprises) Ph.D. Courses Books Game Theory for Applied Economists market research, surveys and trends
Seekerville: What I Wish I'd Been Told Before Getting Published ...
First off, thanks Tina for the invitation, and a big hello to all the folks in Seekerville. A lot has happened since I visited back in November. It’s obvious a lot has happened here, as well. Congrats to all of you who’ve escaped from Unpubbed Island since then. It’s not that surprising considering the tremendous amount of help and support you all give each other around here. Tina suggested for my second visit I answer this Question: “What do you wish you’d been told before getting published?” I loved the idea, because this year has gone very different from what I’d expected. For those ... market research, surveys and trends


Evolutionary Economics « Organizations and Markets
Guest editors are Bill Lazonick and David Teece. Some interesting articles and definitely many interesting contributors. Yours truly was not involved — indeed, I didn’t learn about it until the table of contents appeared in my inbox. But I am cited in at least four of the papers. Indeed, the paper by Susan Helper and Mari Sako , both of whom I admire greatly, spends considerable time comparing my argument with Chandler’s. For the most part, I don’t disagree with their assessment except in respect of spin (more on which in a moment); but at one point they make an assertion that had me scratching my head. ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Ambush Marketing — A Threat to Corporate Sponsorship - The ...
As the corporate sponsorship of sports events has grown, so too has the practice of ambush marketing. Is the practice legal and ethical? How can a legitimate sponsor counteract the effects of an ambusher? Corporations concerned about the efficiency of traditional methods of marketing communications have adopted a range of alternative media to target audiences. One such medium is commercial sponsorship, which has grown significantly in recent years. By sponsoring an event or providing a budget for an event’s broadcast, a sponsor can generate audience awareness while simultaneously creating associations of the ... industry trends, business articles and survey research


Reflections on Relational Contract Theory After a Neo-classical Seminar, in IMPLICIT DIMEN-. SIONS OF CONTRACT: DISCRETE, RELATIONAL AND NETWORK CONTRACTS ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
SC Seminar, 05/17/2002
Lofti Zadeh, Professor in the Graduate School and director, Berkeley initiative in Soft Computing (BISC), Computer Science Division and the Electronics Research Laboratory, Department of EECS, University of California, Berkeley Fuzzy logic has been-and to some extent still is-an object of controversy. Some are turned-off by its name. But, more importantly, fuzzy logic is tolerant of imprecision and partial truth. It is this tolerance that is in conflict with the deep-seated Cartesian tradition of aiming at truth which is bivalent, with no shades of gray allowed. There are many misconceptions about fuzzy logic. In large measure, ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
1 Contract Theory and Policy (LAW 790C) Professor Keith A. Rowley ...
Rowley/K Theory Seminar Reading List. 1. Fall 2008. Contract Theory and ... Ian R. Macneil, Relational Contract Theory: Challenges and Queries, 94 NW. ...
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