Weekly Top 5 Papers – April 10, 2015


1. The Influence of Immanuel Kant on Evidentiary Approaches in Eighteenth Century Bulgaria by Orin Kerr, IV (The George Washington University, Law School),

2. HarvardX and MITx: Two Years of Open Online Courses Fall 2012-Summer 2014 by Andrew Ho (Harvard University), Isaac Chuang (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), Justin Reich (Harvard University – HarvardX), Cody Coleman (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), Jacob Whitehill (Harvard University), Curtis Northcutt (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), Joseph Williams (Harvard University), John Hansen (Harvard University), Glenn Lopez (Harvard University) and Rebecca Petersen (Harvard University – HarvardX)

3. Fifty Shades of Manipulation by Cass R. Sunstein (Harvard Law School)

4. The New Stock Market: Sense and Nonsense by Merritt B. Fox (Columbia University, Law School), Lawrence R. Glosten (Columbia Business School), Gabriel V. Rauterberg (Columbia Law School)

5. Effects of the Internet on Participation: Study of a Public Policy Referendum in Brazil by Paolo Spada (University of British Columbia (UBC)), Jonathan Mellon (University of Oxford – Nuffield College), Tiago Peixoto (World Bank – Governance Global Practice) and Fredrik Sjoberg (Data-Pop Alliance)