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Deal Breakage in Domestic and Cross-Border Mergers and Acquisitions: New Data and Avenues for Research
(Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law, 2020)
This Article presents a newly constructed mergers and acquisitions (M&A) data set that can support detailed analysis of deal outcomes, including deal breakage. The main novelty of the data set is a detailed classification ...
Money, Private Law, and Macroeconomic Disasters
(Law and Contemporary Problems, 2020)
In this Article, I use Bernanke's blockbuster as a springboard to make several points that are germane to law and macroeconomics as a field of study. First, understanding acute macroeconomic disasters should be central to ...
FedAccounts: Digital Dollars
(George Washington Law Review, 2021)
We are entering a new monetary era. Central banks around the world--spurred by the development of privately controlled digital currencies as well as competition from other central banks-have been studying, building, and, ...
Regulation and the Geography of Inequality
(Duke Law Journal, 2021)
We live in an era of widening geographic inequality. Around the country, the spread between economically and culturally thriving places and those that are struggling has been increasing. "Superstar" cities like New York, ...
Federal Corporate Law and the Business of Banking
(University of Chicago Law Review, 2021)
The only profit-seeking business enterprises chartered by a federal government agency are banks. Yet there is barely any scholarship justifying this exception to state primacy in U.S. corporate law. This Article addresses ...