Weekly Top 5 Papers – May 17, 2013

1. Psychic Numbing and Mass Atrocity
by Paul Slovic (Decision Research) and David Zionts (Harvard Law School) and Andrew K. Woods (Stanford Law School) and Ryan Goodman (New York University School of Law) and Derek Jinks (University of Texas School of Law)

2. The Failure of Crits and Leftist Law Professors to Defend Progressive Causes
by Brian Z. Tamanaha (Washington University in Saint Louis – School of Law)

3. Emotional Accounting: How Feelings About Money Influence Consumer Choice
by Jonathan Levav (Columbia Business School – Marketing) and A. Peter McGraw (University of Colorado at Boulder – Department of Marketing)

4. Stateless in the United States: Current Reality and a Future Prediction
by Polly J. Price (Emory University School of Law)

5. A Brief Introduction to the Basics of Game Theory
by Matthew O. Jackson (Stanford University – Department of Economics)

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