Roee Sarel

Institute of Law and Economics, University of Hamburg

Johnsallee 35

Hamburg, 20148

Germany

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Scholarly Papers (13)

1.

How Crisis Affects Crypto: Coronavirus as a Test Case

Hastings Law Journal, Forthcoming
Number of pages: 67 Posted: 23 Mar 2020 Last Revised: 23 Mar 2022
Tel Aviv University - Cegla Center for Interdisciplinary Research of the LawThe Hadar Jabotinsky Center for Interdisciplinary Research of Financial Markets, Crises and Technology (HJC) and Institute of Law and Economics, University of Hamburg
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Coronavirus, Covid-19, Cryptocurrencies, Blockchain, Financial regulation, Securities Law

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Property Rights in Cryptocurrencies: A Law and Economics Perspective

North Carolina Journal of Law and Technology, Vol. 22, No. 3, 2021
Number of pages: 69 Posted: 25 Feb 2020 Last Revised: 18 Apr 2021
Roee Sarel
Institute of Law and Economics, University of Hamburg
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Cryptocurrencies, Blockchain, Property Law, Property Rights, Property Rules, Liability Rules, Law and Economics, Transaction Costs

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Let it Flow: Information Exchange in Video Conferences versus Face-to-Face Meetings

Number of pages: 48 Posted: 30 Apr 2020 Last Revised: 15 Jul 2021
Tel Aviv University - Cegla Center for Interdisciplinary Research of the LawThe Hadar Jabotinsky Center for Interdisciplinary Research of Financial Markets, Crises and Technology (HJC) and Institute of Law and Economics, University of Hamburg
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face-to-face, video conference, virtual teams, social distancing, COVID-19, communication, information flow

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Crime and Punishment in Times of Pandemics

This preprint has not undergone peer review or any post-submission improvements or corrections. The Version of Record of this article will be published in the European Journal of Law & Econonomics and will be available online at https://doi.org/10.1007/s10657-021-09720-7
Number of pages: 39 Posted: 08 Jun 2020 Last Revised: 30 Nov 2021
Roee Sarel
Institute of Law and Economics, University of Hamburg
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law and economics, crime deterrence, pandemic, COVID-19, uncertainty, crisis

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Partially Right Means Generally Wrong: Why Some COVID-19 Mitigation Strategies Keep on Failing

Number of pages: 55 Posted: 02 Feb 2021
Jan-Philip Elm and Roee Sarel
University of Hamburg and Institute of Law and Economics, University of Hamburg
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COVID-19, Coronavirus, Substitution Effects, General Equilibrium, Law and Economics

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Regulating Product Return Policies: The Trade-off between Efficiency and Distribution

The Journal of Legal Studies (forthcoming, 2022)
Number of pages: 63 Posted: 19 Dec 2018 Last Revised: 04 Apr 2022
Samuel Becher, Eberhard Feess and Roee Sarel
Victoria University of Wellington, Frankfurt School of Finance & Management and Institute of Law and Economics, University of Hamburg
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product returns, return policy, consumer protection, consumer uncertainty, cancellations, withdrawals

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Judicial Errors, Crime Deterrence and Appeals: Evidence from U.S. Federal Courts

Number of pages: 60 Posted: 02 Mar 2016 Last Revised: 05 Dec 2018
Roee Sarel
Institute of Law and Economics, University of Hamburg
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Judicial errors, Adjudication errors, Crime rates, Crime deterrence, Appeals, Courts, Wrongful Convictions

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Do Moral Transgressions Lead to Pro-Social Effort? A Real-Effort Experiment

Number of pages: 34 Posted: 13 Aug 2018 Last Revised: 07 Jul 2020
Eberhard Feess and Roee Sarel
Frankfurt School of Finance & Management and Institute of Law and Economics, University of Hamburg
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Moral licensing, conscience accounting, licensing effect, stable preferences, real effort

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Do Wrongfully Convicted Defendants Receive Higher Punishments?

Number of pages: 56 Posted: 29 Jun 2018 Last Revised: 09 Apr 2020
Roee Sarel
Institute of Law and Economics, University of Hamburg
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Wrongful convictions, false convictions, compromise verdicts, sentencing, judicial errors, crime deterrence

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Judicial Effort and the Appeal System: Theory and Experiment

Number of pages: 64 Posted: 27 Sep 2017 Last Revised: 30 Sep 2019
Eberhard Feess and Roee Sarel
Frankfurt School of Finance & Management and Institute of Law and Economics, University of Hamburg
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Judges, Appeals, Effort, Experimental Law and Economics

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Measuring Constitutional Loyalty: Evidence from the COVID-19 Pandemic

Number of pages: 30 Posted: 07 Feb 2022
Jerg Gutmann, Roee Sarel and Stefan Voigt
University of Hamburg - Institute of Law and Economics, Institute of Law and Economics, University of Hamburg and University of Hamburg - Institute of Law & Economics
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Constitutional loyalty, Constitutions, Courts, COVID-19, Judicial power

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Delegation in a Multi-Tier Court System: Are Remands in the U.S. Federal Courts Driven by Moral Hazard?

European Journal of Political Economy, forthcoming
Number of pages: 63 Posted: 04 Jan 2018 Last Revised: 26 Dec 2020
Roee Sarel and Melanie Demirtas
Institute of Law and Economics, University of Hamburg and Georgetown University - Department of Accounting and Business Law
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appeals, remands, delegation, federal courts, judicial ideology, ideological distances, strategic delegation

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Optimal Fine Reductions for Self-Reporting: The Impact of Loss Aversion

Number of pages: 32 Posted: 23 May 2021 Last Revised: 01 Jun 2021
Eberhard Feess and Roee Sarel
Victoria University of Wellington - Te Herenga Waka and Institute of Law and Economics, University of Hamburg
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Self-reporting, optimal law enforcement, loss aversion, fine reductions, crime deterrence