“Do not cite or circulate”

That is the title of this 13-page paper by Lee Ann Fennell, a law professor at the University of Chicago. Her short essay questions why law professors often attach formulations such as ‘Do Not Cite or Circulate’ to their drafts or works in progress. After all, what’s the penalty for citing or circulating a draft paper? (Hat tip to the amazing Tyler Cowen of Marginal Revolution.)

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