- Susan Rose-Ackerman, Books and Articles.
- How are corporations different from individuals. They have some similarities in term of rights and liabilities. Is it true that all corporations, if psycho analyzed as though they were an individuals, would appear psychopathic? see: http://www.thecorporation.com/
- Plagiarism within the legal academic community. There are a number of informal, unverified complains of unattributed quotations in high quantity throughout articles submitted to law journals. These include multiple page quotations without any citation. It would be interesting to verify the truth and frequency of such occurrences. Further, reports of professors submitting and taking credit for articles written almost entirely by their students is equally if not more troubling.
Corruption in action
- Gaming U.S. News law school rankings through dubious reporting. See The Rankings Race: How Far Will Law Schools Go? (Flash presentation of print publication), National Jurist, The $8.76 Million Maneuver (PDF), The New York Times, July 31, 2005.