Weekly Top 5 Papers – September 21, 2012

1. Software Patents and the Return of Functional Claiming
by Mark Lemley (Stanford Law School)

2. The Cite Stuff: Inventing a Better Law Faculty Relevance Measure
by James Phillips (University of California, Berkeley – School of Law) and John Yoo (Dept. of Jurisprudence & Social Policy University of California at Berkeley School of Law)

3. Nietzsche
by Brian Leiter (University of Chicago)

4. Why Do Good People Sometimes Do Bad Things?: 52 Reflections on Ethics at Work
by M. Kaptein (Erasmus University Rotterdam (EUR) – Rotterdam School of Management (RSM))

5. A Quantitative Approach to Tactical Asset Allocation
by Mebane T. Faber (Cambria Investment Management)

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