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- Foreword [Symposium: Reshaping Capital Markets and Institutions: Twenty Years On], 90 Texas Law Review 1597 (2012).
- Paying for Old Age, New York Times, February 26, 2011, at A19 (with Terrance Odean). View Article
- Keynote Address: The SEC, Dodd-Frank, and Modern Capital Markets [Symposium: Regulatory Reform and the Future of the U.S. Financial System: An Examination of the Dodd-Frank Regulation], 7 New York University Journal of Law & Business 427 (2011).
- Testimony Concerning the Over-the-Counter Derivatives Markets Act of 2009, U.S. House Committee on Financial Services (October 2009) (on behalf of the SEC). View Article
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- Die Offenlegung anpassen, Finanz und Wirtschaft, Sept. 19, 2007, at 1.
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- Hedge Funds, Insiders, and the Decoupling of Economic and Voting Ownership: Empty Voting and Hidden (Morphable) Ownership, 13 Journal of Corporate Finance 343 (2007) (with Bernard Black).
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- Eigentum und Stimmrecht werden entkoppelt, Finanz und Wirtschaft, Dec. 20, 2006, at 28.
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- Empty Voting and Hidden (Morphable) Ownership: Taxonomy, Implications, and Reforms, 61 Business Lawyer 1011 (2006) (with Bernard Black).
- The New Portfolio Society, SEC Mutual Fund Disclosure, and the Public Corporation Model, 60 Business Lawyer 1303 (2005).
- Glaube oder Zauber?, Finanz und Wirtschaft, Jan. 20, 2001, at 1.
- Die Börse der Börse überlassen?, Finanz und Wirtschaft, Dec. 2, 2000, at 1.
- Faith and Magic: Investor Beliefs and Government Neutrality, 78 Texas Law Review 777 (2000).
- Conversations From the Warren Buffet Symposium, 19 Cardozo Law Review 719 (1997) (with Robert W. Hamilton, Calvin H. Johnson et al.).
- Buffett, Corporate Objectives, and the Nature of Sheep, 19 Cardozo Law Review 379 (1997).
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- Hedging Expectations: "Derivative Reality" and the Law and Finance of the Corporate Objective, 73 Texas Law Review 985 (1995).
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- "Swaps" and the Next Great Banking Crisis, New York Times, Feb. 23, 1992, Sec. 3, at 9.
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- Time, Risk, and Fiduciary Principles in Corporate Investment, 38 UCLA Law Review 277 (1990).
- Swaps, the Modern Process of Financial Innovation and the Vulnerability of a Regulatory Paradigm, 138 University of Pennsylvania Law Review 333 (1989).
- Compensation in Expropriations: A Preliminary Economic Analysis, 20 Virginia Journal of International Law 61 (1979).
- The Valuation of Nationalized Property in International Law, Vol. 4, by Richard B. Lillich, 84 American Journal of International Law 350 (1990).
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- Means and Ends: NYSE Regulation, NYSE Group, and the Matter of Togetherness, written testimony for "A Review of Self-Regulatory Organizations in the Securities Markets: Hearings Before the Senate Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs," 109th Cong., 2nd Sess. (2006).
- First, Do No Harm: Investors, Government, and the Stock Market, in Europa und Die Globalisierung: Referate des Zweiten Wiener Globalisierungs-Symposiums 10. und 11. Mai 2001 (Carl Baudenbacher & Erhard Busek eds.; Vienna: Verlag Österreich, 2002).
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