Author Archives: F. E. Guerra-Pujol

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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Preview of Class #4: Social Dilemmas

Imagine the following thought-experiment: suppose you are in my “Advanced Topics in Law” class and further suppose that I, your instructor, have posted the following “extra credit challenge” to the entire class: You can each earn some extra credit on … Continue reading

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How many votes are lost by mail?

Vote by mail at your own risk. According to this new empirical paper by Charles Stewart III, a professor of politics at MIT, approximately 1.4 million votes in 2016 were lost by mail or 4.0% of mail ballots cast and … Continue reading

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Constitution Day Symposium

The Cato Institute’s annual Constitution Day Symposium begins today at 10:45AM (Eastern Time). Here is a link to today’s program. It is an excellent program because, despite its misleading title, its focus is not exclusively on the oracles of the … Continue reading

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America’s Amoral Article V?

On this day in 1787, the Founding Fathers of our country signed the proposed U.S. Constitution. (I say proposed because the Constitution was not officially ratified and did not become law until mid-1788.) To celebrate Constitution Day, which should be … Continue reading

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Frequency distribution of the page-lengths of my papers

As I mentioned in my previous post, I have posted 56 scholarly works to SSRN since 2006. Most of these works consist of published papers (38 in all), but some (18, to be exact) are unpublished works-in-progress. Of this corpus, … Continue reading

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Quantitative analysis of my scholarship

As I have mentioned in my previous two posts, I have posted a total of 57 papers (actually, 56; see note below) on SSRN since 2006. Thirty-eight of these papers are published works, while the remaining 18 papers are works-in-progress. … Continue reading

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Temporal distribution of my scholarship (part 2)

As I mentioned in my previous post, I have posted a total of 57 scholarly papers on the Social Science Research Network since 2006. The table below shows the year in which I first posted a paper of mine to … Continue reading

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Temporal distribution of my scholarly productivity

I have posted a total of 57 scholarly papers on the Social Science Research Network (SSRN) since 2006 and have subsequently revised 51 of these 57 papers. (Here is a link to my SSRN homepage.) The table below shows the … Continue reading

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None of the above?

I asked my undergrad business law students to watch Tiger King and then choose whether they were “Team Joe” or “Team Carole.” Of those who voted, 327 students voted for Team Joe, while 169 students voted for Team Carole, but … Continue reading

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