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 2009

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Langston Hughes: The Ethics of Melancholy Citizenship, Robert L. Tsai

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A Long, Strange Trip: Guantanamo and the Scarcity of International Law, Richard J. Wilson

Submissions from 2008

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Charting a Progressive International Financial Agenda, Daniel Bradlow

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International Financial Reform and Africa: What is to Be Done?, Daniel Bradlow

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The Changing International Business Context and the Challenge it Poses for the Education of International Business Lawyers, Daniel Bradlow

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Progressive Lawyering in Politically Depressing Times: Can New Models for Institutional Self-Reform Achieve More Effective Structural Change?, Susan D. Carle

The Feminine Mystique of the Brand in Trademark Law Today, Christine Haight Farley

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A Sovereign Wealth Turn, Anna Gelpern

Understanding the Development Potential of Worker Remittance Securitization, Heather Hughes

Submissions from 2007

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Odious, Not Debt, Anna Gelpern

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The Implications of Climate Change Litigation for International Environmental Law-Making, David B. Hunter

Submissions from 2006

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The Governance of the IMF: The Need for Comprehensive Reform, Daniel Bradlow

Submissions from 2005

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Leopold & Morel: A Story of ‘Free Trade’ and ‘Native Rights’ in the Congo Free State, Padideh Ala'i

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Operational Policies and Procedures and an Ombudsman, Daniel D. Bradlow

Submissions from 2002

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Controlling Corruption in International Business: The International Legal Framework, Padideh Ala'i