Joint workshop between Tulane Law School and the Murphy Institute.
Each term, four or five visiting scholars will present works-in-progress on regulation of economic activity, broadly construed. A limited number of law students and other graduate students may enroll in workshop for credit, but the author presentations will be open to students who are not formally enrolled in the workshop. The faculty conveners are Adam Feibelman (Law), Shu-Yi Oei (Law), Ann Lipton (Law), Nicholas Almendares (Law), and Steven Sheffrin (Economics/Murphy).
Presentations will take place 2:30 pm – 4:00 pm in Room 214 at the Tulane Law School in Weinmann Hall.
Usha Rodrigues (Univ. of Georgia) – Dictation and Delegation in Securities Regulation
Ann Lipton (Tulane) – Federal Securities Regulation and Shareholder Participation in Corporate Governance
David Kamin (NYU) – Getting Americans to Save: In Defense of (Reformed) Tax Incentives
Jonathan Glater (Irvine) – Access and Coherence: Refining the Goals of Federal Higher Education Policy
Andrew Tuch (Wash U) – The Remaking of Wall Street