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Markovits, Daniel


 SSRN Author Rank: 18,297 by Downloads
 Associate Professor of Law
 

Yale Law School


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 New Haven, CT 06520-8215
 United States
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Philosophical Legal Ethics: Ethics, Morals, and Jurisprudence | Show Abstract | Download |
Legal Ethics, Forthcoming, UNLV William S. Boyd School of Law Legal Studies Research Paper No. 10-21, Stanford Public Law Working Paper No. 1646558, Yale Law School, Public Law Working Paper No. 212
Accepted Paper Series
Woolley, Alice
University of Calgary
Wendel, W. Bradley
Cornell University - School of Law
Simon, William H.
Columbia University - Law School
Pepper, Stephen
University of Denver College of Law
Markovits, Daniel
Yale Law School
Kruse, Katherine R.
Hamline University - School of Law
Dare, Tim
University of Auckland
Posted:
22 Jul 10
Last Revised:
12 Oct 10
540
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2.  
The Myth of Efficient Breach: New Defenses of the Expectation Interest | Show Abstract | Download |
Virginia Law Review, Forthcoming, Yale Law & Economics Research Paper No. 431
Accepted Paper Series
Markovits, Daniel
Yale Law School
Schwartz, Alan
Yale Law School
Posted:
23 Apr 11
Last Revised:
26 May 11
452
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Distinguishing Social Preferences from Preferences for Altruism | Show Abstract | Download |
Yale Law & Economics Research Paper No. 314, Yale Law School, Public Law Working Paper No. 99
Working Paper Series
Fisman, Raymond J.
National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER)
Kariv, Shachar
University of California, Berkeley - Department of Economics
Markovits, Daniel
Yale Law School
Posted:
07 Sep 05
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Individual Preferences for Giving | Show Abstract | Download |
Yale Law & Economics Research Paper No. 306
Working Paper Series
Fisman, Raymond J.
National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER)
Kariv, Shachar
University of California, Berkeley - Department of Economics
Markovits, Daniel
Yale Law School
Posted:
17 Mar 05
131
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5.  
Pareto Damaging Behaviors | Show Abstract | Download |
Yale Law & Economics Research Paper No. 313
Working Paper Series
Fisman, Raymond J.
National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER)
Kariv, Shachar
University of California, Berkeley - Department of Economics
Markovits, Daniel
Yale Law School
Posted:
24 Jun 05
93
(163,376)
 

6.  
Democratic Disobedience | Show Abstract |
Yale Law Journal, 2005
Accepted Paper Series
Markovits, Daniel
Yale Law School
Posted:
17 Mar 05
 

7.  
Quarantines and Distributive Justice | Show Abstract |
Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics, 2005
Accepted Paper Series
Markovits, Daniel
Yale Law School
Posted:
17 Mar 05
 

8.  
Contract and Collaboration | Show Abstract |
Yale Law Journal, Forthcoming
Accepted Paper Series
Markovits, Daniel
Yale Law School
Posted:
21 Apr 04
 

9.  
How Much Redistribution Should There Be? | Show Abstract |
Yale Law Journal, Forthcoming
Accepted Paper Series
Markovits, Daniel
Yale Law School
Posted:
27 Feb 03
 

10.  
Legal Ethics from the Lawyer's Point of View | Show Abstract |
Yale Journal of Law & the Humanities, Forthcoming
Accepted Paper Series
Markovits, Daniel
Yale Law School
Posted:
27 Feb 03
 


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