CELS V: The Year of the Experiment

Dave Hoffman

Dave Hoffman is the Murray Shusterman Professor of Transactional and Business Law at Temple Law School. He specializes in law and psychology, contracts, and quantitative analysis of civil procedure. He currently teaches contracts, civil procedure, corporations, and law and economics.

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4 Responses

  1. Dan Markel says:

    As always, Dave, a wonderful write-up. Makes me think I should go next time, even sans empirical bones and chops…

  2. Don Braman says:

    What software does Lee use? I always wonder that.

  3. Christy Boyd says:

    Lee’s presentations are made using the LaTeX Beamer class.


  4. Daylian says:

    Thanks for the plug! I agree with Simon that a main mechanism is dictator-game like. In fact, we embrace that in the paper and call it the “panhandler effect.” The idea is that disclosing that I get paid more when you do xyz pressures you to do xyz for me (and we use insights from dictator games to increase and decrease this pressure to “give”).

    Glad you liked it. I am a junior prof, up for 3rd year review, so appreciate the positive words.