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Thesis supervision in Haifa:

Students are expected to contact the supervisors and the supervisors are expected to respond within a reasonable time and meet the student for discussion during the local academic year unless they are unavailable for such a meeting. Supervisors have discretion whether to read drafts of the papers if the students ask them to do so.

 

International Intellectual Property and Innovation:

- The Propensity to Patent by Developing Countries
- Endogenous Growth Theory and the role of Intellectual Property
- The Political Economy of the TRIPS Agreement
- IP and innovation

Public International Law:

- The United Nations Security Council Voting Procedure: Empirical Findings
- Institutional Theory of the International Criminal Court (ICC)

Constitutional Law and Economics:

- The Rule of Law under Extreme Condition

Criminal Law and Procedure:

- Why doesn't Harsher Sentence Increase Deterrence - An Economic and Behavioral Analysis
- Comparative Economics of Plea Bargaining
- An Economic Analysis of Sentencing Guidelines
- Economic Analysis of Protection of Privacy in the Criminal Process

Competition Law:

- Aggregate Concentration: What legal tools do we have to deal with it?
- Merger policy in developing jurisdictions
- The culture of competition in a specific jurisdiction and its effect on competition law enforcement



Other Topics in Bankruptcy Law, Corporations, Local Government, Privacy Law and Tort will also be considered.

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Liam Wells

 

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