The Faculty Works Working Papers Series presents the working papers and abstracts deposited by Washington College of Law faculty in the Social Science Research Network (SSRN). SSRN holds scholarly working papers and forthcoming papers of authors to encourage early distribution of research results.

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Submissions from 2015

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Antitrust, Competition Policy, and Inequality, Jonathan Baker and Steven Salop

Submissions from 2013

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The Role of the Ombuds in a Knowledge-Intensive Corporation: A Partner for Conflict Prevention and Mitigation, David P. Clark

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The Forgotten Pan-American Trademark Convention of 1929: A Bold Vision of Extraterritorial Meets Current Realities, Christine Haight Farley

Submissions from 2012

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From De Novo Review to Informal Deference: An Historical, Empirical, and Normative Analysis of the Standard of Appellate Review for Patent Claim Construction, Jonas Anderson and Peter S. Menell

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Reclaiming Global Environmental Leadership: Why the United States Should Ratify Ten Pending Environmental Treaties, Mary Jane Angelo, Rebecca M. Bratspies, David Hunter, John H. Knox, Noah Sachs, and Sandra B. Zellmer

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How Well Does the G20 Reflect African Interests and Priorities?: Some Thoughts Following the Los Cabos, Mexico Summit, Daniel Bradlow

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Open Access Scientific Publishing and the Developing World, Jorge Contreras

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Rethinking RAND: SDO-Based Approaches to Patent Licensing Commitments, Jorge Contreras

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Standards and Related Intellectual Property Issues for Climate Change Technology, Jorge Contreras

Submissions from 2011

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The Evolution of Operational Policies and Procedures at International Financial Institutions: Normative Significance and Enforcement Potential, Daniel Bradlow and Andria Naude Fourie

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Catalyzing Technology Development Through University Research, Jorge Contreras and Charles R. McManis

Prophetic Litigation: The Symbolic and Communicative Function of International Criminal Tribunals, Teresa G. Phelps

Submissions from 2010

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Reforming Global Economic Governance: A Strategy for Middle Powers in the G20, Daniel D. Bradlow

A Social Movement History of Title VII Disparate Impact Analysis, Susan Carle

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Peer-to –Peer Financing for Development: Regulating the Intermediaries, Anna Gelpern

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A Brief Reflection on the Stages of the Clinical Year: Group Process with Existentialist Roots, Richard J. Wilson

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Clinical Legal Education in Dutch Legal Culture: Clashes of Tradition, Tolerance, and Progress in Global Law's Capital, Richard J. Wilson

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The Role of Practice in Legal Education, Richard J. Wilson

Submissions from 2009

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Targeted Killing in U.S. Counterterrorism Strategy and Law, Kenneth Anderson

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Developing Country Debt Crises, International Financial Institutions, and International Law: Some Preliminary Thoughts, Daniel Bradlow

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Materials for a 4-Part On-Line Course on Global Financial Governance Offered by United Nations Institute on Training and Research (UNITAR), Daniel Bradlow

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Reforming the Global Financial Architecture: Is Real Change Coming?, Daniel Bradlow

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Reconciliation Financing: An Innovative Approach to Poverty, Inequality, and Social Conflict, Daniel D. Bradlow

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The G20 and Sustainable IMF Reform, Daniel D. Bradlow

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'From Savigny through Sir Henry Maine': Roscoe Pound’s Flawed Portrait of James Coolidge Carter’s Historical Jurisprudence, Lewis A. Grossman