Breaking Bad Promises Redux

I have posted a “new & improved” (i.e. shorter) version of my paper “Breaking Bad Promises” on the Social Science Research Network (SSRN). In summary, the new version of the paper, which focuses on some of the “bad” or illicit promises in the popular TV show Better Call Saul (see faux lawyer ad pictured below), is just 13 pp. long (double-spaced) and contains four color images. The old version of the paper, by contrast, was much longer (over 40 pp., single-spaced!), in part because it presented in great detail many more examples of “bad” promises from past and present times, including the evil Transatlantic slave trade, popular Mexican drug-smuggling ballads called narco-corridas, and modern-day usurious payday loans. Not to fear, however, as I will most likely revisit those examples (and many more!) sometime in the future, as I plan on writing a book-length treatment on the problem of bad promises.

Better Call Saul – Marco – Back to the Viewer

About F. E. Guerra-Pujol

When I’m not blogging, I am a business law professor at the University of Central Florida.
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2 Responses to Breaking Bad Promises Redux

  1. Abogada Guerra says:

    Can’t wait to get my copy 🙂

  2. This blog series makes me want to actual watch Breaking Bad and Better Call Saul!

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