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Professor Michal Gal

    Professor Michal Gal

    Dr. Avishalom Tor


    Others

  • Avishalom Tor, The Methodology of the Behavioral and Experimental Analyses of Law (manuscript in preparation).
  • Oren Gazal-Ayal & Avishalom Tor, Plea Bargaing: Psychological Insights (manuscript in preparation).
  • Stephen M. Garcia & Avishalom Tor, Social Comparison in the Workplace: The Case of Pay Secrecy Rules (manuscript in preparation).
  • Stephen M. Garcia & Avishalom Tor, The N-Hypothesis: More Competitors = Less Competition (manuscript in preparation).


    Professor Niva Elkin-Koren

  • Niva Elkin-Koren, Copyright and Distance Learning in Higher Education, 17 Hamishpat 20-33 (2004) (Hebrew). 18A.
  • Niva Elkin-Koren, Copyright and Distance Learning in Higher Education, 10 Hamishpat Year Book (full version, 2005) (Hebrew).
  • Niva Elkin-Koren, Making Technology Visible: Liability of Internet Service Providers for Peer-to-Peer Traffic, N.Y.U. J. Legis. & Pub. Pol'y (forthcoming, 2006).
  • Niva Elkin-Koren, Copyright in Competition: Restrictions on Downstream Distribution in Users License Agreements, 2(2) Din Udvarim (forthcoming, 2006) (Hebrew).
  • Niva Elkin-Koren, Exploring Creative Commons: a Skeptical View of a Worthy Pursuit in The Future of the Public Domain, (P. Bernt Hugenholtz & Lucie Guibault, eds., Kluwer Law International (forthcoming, 2006).
  • Niva Elkin-Koren, What Contracts Can't Do: The Limits of Private Ordering in Facilitating a Creative Commons, Fordham Law Review, Vol. 74, 2005
  • Michael D. Birnhack, Niva Elkin-Koren, The Invisible Handshake: The Reemergence of the State in the Digital Environment, 8 Virginia J. of L. & T, 6 (2003).
  • Niva Elkin-Koren, Information Smog, Technologies of Justice: Law, Science and Technology (Shai Lavi ed., 2003), 223 (Hebrew).
  • Niva Elkin-Koren, New Intermediaries in the Virtual Public Forum, 6 Mishpat Umimshal 365 (2003) (Hebrew).
  • Niva Elkin-Koren, Private Ordering and Copyrights in the Information Age, Aley Mishpat - Ramat-Gan L. Rev., 319 (2002) (Hebrew).
  • Niva Elkin-Koren, Rules and Standards in Intellectual Property and the Future of the Public Domain, 25 Iyuney Mishpat - Tel-Aviv University L. R., 9 (2001) (Hebrew).
  • Niva Elkin-Koren, Of Scientific Claims and Proprietary Rights: Lessons From the Dead Sea Scrolls Case, 38 Houston Law Review, 445 (2001).
  • Niva Elkin-Koren, Let the Crawlers Crawl: On Virtual Gatekeepers and the Right to Exclude Indexing, 26 Dayton Law Review, 180 (2001).
  • Niva Elkin-Koren, Eli M. Salzberger, Economic Analysis of Unjust Enrichment, 20(4) The International Rev. of L. & Econ., 551 (2000)
  • Niva Elkin-Koren, The Privatization of Information Policy, 2 Ethics and Information Technology, 201 (2000).
  • Niva Elkin-Koren, Eli M. Salzberger, Law and Economics in Cyberspace, 19(4) The International Review of Law and Economics, 553 (1999).
  • Niva Elkin-Koren, Copyrights in Cyberspace - Rights Without Law, 73 Chicago Kent Law Review, 1155 (1998).
  • Niva Elkin-Koren, Copyright in an Information Age - Old Ends in a New Age, 2 Sharey Mishpat, 155 (1997) (Hebrew).
  • Niva Elkin-Koren, Copyright Policy and the Limit of Freedom of Contract, 12(1) Berkeley Technology Law Journal, 93 (1997).
  • Niva Elkin-Koren, The Future of Public/Private Boundaries for Copyright in Cyberspace, 2(2) Journal of Computer Mediated Communication Special Issue: "Emerging Law on the Electronic Frontier" (1996).
  • Niva Elkin-Koren, Cyberlaw and Social Change: A Democratic Approach to Copyright Law in Cyberspace, 14(2) Cardozo Arts & Entertainment Law Journal, 215 (1996).
  • Niva Elkin-Koren, The Challenges of Technological Change to Copyright Law, 17(2) Science Communication, 186 (1995).
  • Niva Elkin-Koren, Copyright Law and Social Dialogue on the Information Superhighway: The Case Against Copyright Liability of Bulletin Board Operators, 13 Cardozo Arts & Entertainment Law Journal, 345 (1995).

    Others

  • Niva Elkin-Koren, The Internet and Copyright Policy Discourse, in Internet and Academia (edited by Helen Nissenbaum and Minroe Price) (Peter Lang Publishing Group, forthcoming 2003)
  • Niva Elkin-Koren, It's All about Control, in The Commodification of Information (edited by Niva Elkin-Koren and Neil Netanel) (Kluwer Information Law Series, 2002)
  • Niva Elkin-Koren, Copyright in Cyberspace: Regulatory Challenges to Information Policy in Law in Technology and Information (edited by Eli Lederman and Ron Shapira) (Kluwer Academic Publishers, Law and Electronic Commerce Series, 2001)
  • Niva Elkin-Koren, A Public Regarding Approach to Contracting Copyrights, in Expanding the Bounds of Intellectual Property: Innovation Policy for the Knowledges Society (edited by Dianne Zimmerman) (Oxford University Press, 2001)
  • Niva Elkin-Koren, Internet Law and Regulation, (jointly authored with Sally Gillis, primary author) (Bird & Bird, 1997) 66-68, 129-134
  • Book Review: When Copyright Meets Contracts, a review of the book Copyright Limitations and Contracts, by Lucie M.C.R. Guibault (Kluwer Law International 2002) the Dutch Journal of Copyright "AMI" (2003/1)
  • Book Review: Intellectual Property in the Information Age: The Politics of Expanding Ownership Rights, by Debora J. Halbert (Quorum Books 1999) 1(6) INFO: the journal of policy, regulation and strategy for telecommunications, information and media (December 1999) 583-584

    Dr. Oren Gazal-Ayal

    Others

    Dr. Ronen Perry

  • The Role of Retributive Justice in the Common Law of Torts: A Descriptive Theory, 73 Tenn. L. Rev. 177-236 (2006) [SSRN | BE Press]
  • The Relative Value of American Law Reviews: A Critical Appraisal of Ranking Methods, 11 Va. J. L. & Tech. 1 (2006) [SSRN | BEPress]
  • Wrongful Abortion: A Wrong in Search of a Remedy, 5 Yale J. Health Pol'y, L. & Ethics 507-586 (2005), with Yehuda Adar [SSRN | BEPress]
  • Relational Economic Loss: An Integrated Economic Justification for the Exclusionary Rule, 56 Rutgers L. Rev. 711-788 (2004) [SSRN | BEPress]
  • Idealism v. Pragmatism: Reflections on the Road Accident Victims Polemic, The Izhak Englard Festschrift (2007), 30 pages, in Hebrew
  • Plurima conantes prendere, pauca ferunt: Empowerment through Tort Law, 2007 Law, Society & Culture (forthcoming), in Hebrew with Yehiel S. Kaplan
  • The Limits of Judicial Creativity, 9 Law & Government 541-579 (2006), in Hebrew
  • Risk, Insurance, and Insurance Contracts, 35 Hebrew U.L.J. 655-714 (2005), in Hebrew [Personal Database]
  • Everything is Foreseen and the Negligence is Given, 35 Hebrew U.L.J.  359-434 (2005), in Hebrew [Personal Database]
  • Tort Liability of Recalcitrant Husbands, 28 Tel Aviv U.L. Rev. 773-870 (2005), in Hebrew with Yehiel S. Kaplan [BEPress | Personal Database]
  • The Inconsistent Perception of Recovery for Loss of Life Expectancy, Ramat Gan L. Rev.  151-176 (2005), in Hebrew
  • The Normative Hierarchy of General Military Orders: A Reevaluation of the Shmueli Case, 18 IDF L. Rev. 229-234 (2005), in Hebrew [Personal Database]
  • A Misrepresented Reform: The Story of the Road Accidents' Victims Compensation Act, 28 Tel Aviv U.L. Rev. 147-225 (2004), in Hebrew [SSRN | BEPress]
  • Ranking Hebrew Law Reviews: Theoretical Foundations and a Preliminary Empirical Study, 1 Haifa L. Rev. 401-448 (2004), in Hebrew
  • To be or not to be: Is that the Question? Wrongful Life Claims as a Conceptual Error, 33 Hebrew U.L.J. 507-584 (2003), in Hebrew

    Others

  • Book Review, Commentary on the Road Accidents' Victims Compensation Act by Izhak Englard, 55 Israel Bar J. 65 (2005), in Hebrew.
  • A Revolution in the Law of Torts: "Lost Years Rule" Abolished by the Supreme Court, 44 Bar J. 52 (2004), in Hebrew.
  • Reversing the Burden of Proof in Cases where Damage is Caused by a Dangerous Object, 43 Israel Bar J. 54 (2004), in Hebrew.
  • The Paradox of Israeli Law of Negligence: Even the Unforeseeable is Foreseeable, 41 Israel Bar J. 60 (2003), in Hebrew.
  • Limitation in Torts: The Supreme Court Absentmindedly Nullifies s 89(2) of the Civil Wrongs Ordinance, 37 Israel Bar J. 50 (2003), in Hebrew.
  • Judicial Review of the Non-Conscription of Yeshiva Students Policy, Haifa U.J. 9 (Fall, 2003), in Hebrew.

    Dr. Amnon Reichman

    Others

  • A. Reichman, "Formal Legal Pluralism" (submitted for publication in U.S. law journals, 2002)

    Professor Eli Salzberger

  • "On the Normative Facet of the Economic Approach Towards Law", 22 Mishpatim (1993), 261- 299 (in Hebrew).
  • "A Positive Analysis of the Doctrine of Separation of Powers, or: Why Do We have an Independent Judiciary?",  13 The International Review of Law and Economics (1993), 349-379.
  • "Judicial Independence and the Judiciary in Israel, A review article on Shetreet's Justice in Israel,: A Study of the Israeli Judiciary, 2 Mishpat Umimshal (1994) 535-543 (in Hebrew).
  • "The Attorney General and the Doctrine of Separation of Powers", 5 Plilim (1996) 149-172   (in Hebrew).
  • "Two remarks on the Decision of the Israeli Supreme Court in the Case of the Gal Statute, or an Invitation to Open the Discussion Again", 3 Mishpat Umimshal (1996) 679-696  (in Hebrew).
  • "The German Heritage of the Israeli Supreme Court" (together with Fania Oz-Salzberger - alphabetic order), 31 Iyunei mishpat  (1998) 259- 294 (in Hebrew ).
  • "The Secret Revolution:  More on the New Basic Laws, Their Interpretation by the Supreme Court and on Judicial Review in Israel" (co-authored with Sandy Kedar  - alphabetic order), 4 Mishpat Umimshal  (1998)  489-520  (in Hebrew). 
  •  (a). "Geheime deutsche Quellen am Obrersten Israelischen Gerichtshof  (The Hidden German Accent of the Israeli Supreme Court)" (co-authored with Fania Oz-Salzberger),  31 Kritische Justiz   (1998) 289-317. (in German).  (b) "The Secret German Sources of the Israeli Supreme Court" (co-authored with Fania Oz-Salzberger), Israel Studies    (1998) 159-192, (c)  “The Hidden German Sources of the Israeli Supreme Court” (co-authored with Fania Oz-Salzberger), 15 Tel Aviv University Studies in Law  (2000) 79-122.
  • "Judicial Independence: Some Evidence from the English Court of Appeal"  (together with Paul Fenn who was the second author) 42 The Journal of Law and Economics   (1999), pp. 831-847.
  • “Law, Economics and Cybercpace” (co-authored with Niva Elkin-Koren – alphabetic order), 19 The International Review of Law and Economics  (1999), pp. 533-552.
  • “On the Professional, on the Moral and what Lies Beyond the Law, 5 Mishpat Umimshal  (2000), pp. 407-417 (in Hebrew).
  • “The Supreme Court of Israel at 50 Years – Between a Hedgehog and a Fox”,
    Mehkarei Mishpat  (2000), pp. 141-160 (in Hebrew).
  • “Towards an Economic Theory of Unjust Enrichment Law” (co-authored with Niva Elkin-Koren - alphabetic order), 20 International Review of Law and Economics (2000), pp. 551-573.
  • “The Israeli Jurists Conspiracy – On the Israeli Bar and its Allies”, 32 Mishpatim (2001), pp. 45-95 (in Hebrew).
  • “On the Delegation of Powers - with Special Emphasis on Central and Eastern Europe” (co-authored with Stefan Voigt),13  Constitutional Political Economy 2002, pp. 25-52.
  • “Choosing Not to Choose: When Politicians Choose to Delegate Powers” (co-authored with Stefan Voigt),55 Kyklos  (2002), pp. 281-310.
  • “On Constitutional Processes and the Delegation of Power - with Special Emphasis
     on Israel and Central and Eastern Europe” (co-authored with Stefan Voigt), 3 Tel Aviv Theoretical Inquiries in Law (2002), pp. 207-263.
  • (a). “Temporary Appointments and Judicial Independence - Theoretical Analysis and Empirical Findings from the Supreme Court of Israel, 19 Mehkarei Mishpat (2003) 541-568.  
    (b) “Temporary Appointments and Judicial Independence - Theoretical Analysis and Empirical Findings from the Supreme Court of Israel”, 35 Israel Law Review  (2004) 481-523.
  • “Free Culture from a Law and Economics Perspective: A Review Essay on Free Culture – How Big Media Uses Technology and the Law to Lock Down Culture and Control Creativity by Lawrence Lessig”,1  Journal of Law, Economics and Policy (2005) 263-268.

    Accepted For Publication

  • "The English Court of Appeal: Decision-Making Characteristics and Promotion to the House of Lords", Research in Law and Policy Studies   (apx. 30 pp, forthcoming).
  • “The Tradition of Freedom of Speech in Israel” (co-authored with Fania Oz-Salzberger), Law, Society and Culture (forthcoming).
     

    Others

  •  The Freedom of Movement in the Occupied Territories,  part of a series of publications on human rights in the Israeli occupied territories. Jerusalem: The Association for Civil Rights in Israel, 1989 (in Hebrew).
  • "Why do We Have an Independent Judiciary? A Public Choice Perspective," WP 91-20, Program in Law and Economics, School of Law, University of California in Berkeley.
  • Editor: The Legal Process - Selected Readings,  Jerusalem, Akademon, 1987 (in Hebrew).
  • Editor: Foundations of Law - Selected Readings, Haifa, Haifa University,
    1993 (in Hebrew).
  • Editor (with Illan Saban) : The Rules Governing Legal Practice, Haifa University Students' Publishing house, 1995 (in Hebrew).
  • "The Supreme Court might loose its footing", interview appeared in 1, Mishpat Maphteh (1995), 4-6 (in Hebrew).
  • “The Economic Analysis of Cyberspace” (together with Niva Elkin Koren), WP 3, The Center for the Study of Crime, Law and Society, 76 pp.
  • “The Private Voice in Public Law” (together with Shulamit Almog 5  Mishpat Umimshal (1999) 9-13.
  • “The Israeli Jurists conspiracy”, WP6, The Center for the Study of Crime, Law and Society, 45 pp.
  • “Delays in the Israeli Courts System (co-authored with Arye Rattner), WP9, The Center for the Study of Crime, Law and Society, 10pp.
  • “In memory of Haim Cohen” (co-authored with Noya Rimalt), 6 Mishpat Umimshal (forthecoming in Hebrew)

    Dr. Tal Zarsky

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