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Outsourcing, Modularity, and the Theory of the Firm
(Brigham Young University Law Review, 2011)
Firms have increasingly moved productive activities from within to outside the firm through outsourcing arrangements. According to some estimates, the value of outsourcing contracts has been nearly 100 billion dollars per ...
Organizational Apologies: BP as a Case Study
(Vanderbilt Law Review, 2011)
This Article examines the conduct of BP executives in the weeks following the Deepwater Horizon oil spill to illuminate the use of apology by organizations. After briefly describing the value of apology and its nuances ...
Economics, Behavioral Biology, and Law
(Supreme Court Economic Review, 2011)
The article first compares economics and behavioral biology, examining the assumptions, core concepts, methodological tenets, and emphases of the two fields. Building on this, the article then compares the applied ...