Law, Economics, and Organization (20036). 1 unit, credit/fail. This seminar will meet jointly with the Law, Economics, and Organization Workshop, an interdisciplinary faculty workshop that brings to Yale Law School scholars, generally from other universities, who present papers based on their current research. The topics will involve a broad range of issues of general legal and social science interest. Students registering for the seminar and participating in the workshop will receive 1 unit of ungraded credit per term. Neither Substantial Paper nor Supervised Analytic Writing credit will be available through the seminar. Short reaction papers will be required during the term. Permission of the instructors required. C. Jolls and R. Romano.
Course Bidding: In addition to listing this course among permission-of-the-instructor courses, students should email Professor Jolls by the end of the bidding period on June 23, 4:30 p.m., for information and to be admitted to the seminar. Please note, however, that a formal statement of interest or background is not necessary.
Note: The workshop meets on alternating Thursdays. The specific calendar will be announced at the beginning of the term.