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  • Thomas, Randall S.; Cox, James D.; Mondino, Tomas J. (Duke Law Journal, 2019)
    Has corporate law and its bundles of fiduciary obligations become irrelevant? Over the last thirty years, the American public corporation has undergone a profound metamorphosis, transforming itself from a business with ...
  • Serkin, Christopher (Brigham-Kanner Property Rights Conference Journal, 2013)
    This Essay, prepared for the 2012 Brigham-Kanner Property Rights Conference, argues that social obligation theories in property generate previously unrecognized obligations on the State. Leading property scholars, like ...
  • Jones, Owen D.; Robinson, Paul H.; Kurzban, Robert (Chicago Law Review, 2010)
    Professors Donald Braman, Dan Kahan, and David Hoffman, in their article "Some Realism About Punishment Naturalism," to be published in an upcoming issue of the University of Chicago Law Review, critique a series of our ...
  • Jones, Owen D. (Northwestern University Law Review, 2001)
    A flood of recent scholarship explores legal implications of seemingly irrational behaviors by invoking cognitive psychology and notions of bounded rationality. In this article, I argue that advances in behavioral biology ...
  • Jones, Owen D.; Mobbs, Dean; Lau, Hakwan C.; Frith, Christopher D. (PLoS Biology, 2007)
    This article addresses new developments in neuroscience, and their implications for law. It explores, for example, the relationships between brain injury and violence, as well as the connections between mental disorders ...

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