Matt Bodie's Posts

Hello and Congrats to Angus Deaton (October 12, 2015)

Hello! Many thanks to Christine for her warm welcome post, and thanks to all the bloggers at the Glom for... (Category: Books, Current Affairs, Economics)

CSR: Substantive versus Symbolic (August 16, 2012)

Much of this debate over the role of CSR is based on definitional boundaries, as Jeff Lipshaw has vividly pointed... (Category: Masters: CSR)

The Delaware Chancery's Unusual Relationship with Academia (November 16, 2011)

Earlier this year, Chief Justice Roberts again displayed his antipathy towards the legal academy when he said, "What the academy... (Category: Delaware, Masters: Chandler)

Chancellor Chandler and the Disney decisions (November 15, 2011)

Just to begin a theme sure to be repeated throughout the day: Chancellor Chandler is a terrific person. Like Gordon,... (Category: Delaware, Disney, Masters: Chandler)

Alternatives to Incarceration? (June 02, 2006)

Several commenters have expressed some concern about the severity of criminal sanctions for Lay & Skilling's actions. My question is... (Category: Enron, Forum: Enron)

The Enron Trial: How Important Is It? (June 01, 2006)

Many thanks to the Conglomerate folks for the invitation to such a great forum. I suppose I should begin by... (Category: Enron, Forum: Enron)

Final Thoughts on the Progressive Dilemma (December 09, 2005)

Many thanks to Gordon, Christine & Vic for a chance to be a guest Glommer. (Glommian? Glommite?) And thanks to... (Category: Corporate Governance)

Eliot Spitzer and His Critics (December 08, 2005)

I've never quite gotten a handle on what conservatives such as Larry Ribstein and Stephen Bainbridge have against New York... (Category: Politics, Securities)

An Interview with Jean-Gabriel Bankier, Berkeley Electronic Press (December 08, 2005)

In a post last month over at Prawfsblawg, I talked about the different approaches of the two primary legal repositories,... (Category: SSRN, Technology)

Throwing the Endowment Effect Under the Bus (December 06, 2005)

Charles Plott, the Edward S. Harkness professor of economics and political science at Caltech, and Kathy Zeiler, associate professor at... (Category: Blogs and Blawgs, Law & Economics)

Sunday Reading (and Dean Clark's Directorships) (December 04, 2005)

A trio of NYT articles for the Conglomerate-minded reader: A Michael Lewis profile of Mike Leach, Texas Tech's football coach.... (Category: Corporate Governance, Law Schools/Lawyering, Sports)

Bainbridge on Usury (December 01, 2005)

Stephen Bainbridge has a thoughtful post about Catholic teachings on usury. He's responding to recent pronouncements by the Pope against... (Category: Religion)

State Pushes Big Ape on Hapless Citizenry (November 30, 2005)

This post is more up Christine's alley, but the New York State Lottery has a new game called "King Kong... (Category: Gambling)

New Techniques & New Results on the Labor Front (November 29, 2005)

There's a very interesting article in the New York Times about a drive by the Service Employees International Union to... (Category: Employees)

The Hedge Fund Craze: Deja Vu All Over Again? (November 28, 2005)

Many thanks to Vic, Gordon, and Christine for inviting me to join in for two weeks. I'm really looking forward... (Category: Hedge Funds)

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