Recent Top Papers (60 days)

As of: 19 Nov 2017 - 18 Jan 2018
Rank Paper Downloads
1.

Choice of Law in the American Courts in 2017: Thirty-First Annual Survey

Willamette University - College of Law
257
2.

Whatever Did Happen to the Antitrust Movement?

University of Pennsylvania Law School
188
3.

Regularizing the Trust Protector

Notre Dame Law School
109
4.

The Effect of Collective Bargaining Rights on Law Enforcement: Evidence from Florida

University of Chicago Law School, University of Chicago Law School and University of Chicago Law School
90
5.

Consumer Law As Tax Alternative

Boston University School of Law
76
6.

Investment in Human Capital and Labor Mobility: Evidence from a Shock to Property Rights

University of Kentucky and University of Kentucky - Finance
66
7.

Coase and the Platform Economy

University of San Diego School of Law
60
8.

Organizing the State: The ‘New Labor Law’ Seen from the Bottom-Up

Northern Illinois College of Law and Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago - Kent College of Law
56
9.

Universal Basic Income as a Social Rights-Based Antidote to Growing Economic Insecurity

New York University School of Law
62
10.

The Pesky Serial Comma

University of Missouri School of Law
59

All Time Top Papers

As of: 02 Jan 1997 - 18 Jan 2018
Rank Paper Downloads
1.

Fuck

Ohio State University (OSU) - Michael E. Moritz College of Law
35,844
2.

Executive Compensation

University of Southern California - Marshall School of Business
18,962
3.

Choice Architecture

University of Chicago - Booth School of Business, Harvard Law School and University of Chicago - Political Science Department
16,819
4.

CEO Incentives: It's Not How Much You Pay, But How

SSRN and University of Southern California - Marshall School of Business
14,689
5.

Reducing Retirement Risk with a Rising Equity Glide-Path

The American College and The Kitces Report & Nerd's Eye View
9,815
6.

Regulating Bankers' Pay

Harvard Law School and Harvard Law School
9,759
7.

The Wages of Failure: Executive Compensation at Bear Stearns and Lehman 2000-2008

Harvard Law School, Tel Aviv University - Eitan Berglas School of Economics and Harvard Law School
9,200
8.

Big Data's Disparate Impact

Cornell University and Data & Society Research Institute
7,591
9.

Pay Without Performance: Overview of the Issues

Harvard Law School and Harvard Law School
9,159
10.

Are State Public Pensions Sustainable? Why the Federal Government Should Worry About State Pension Liabilities

Stanford Graduate School of Business
7,819