Rational Choice, Reputation and Human Rights Treaties (with Michael Ashley Stein), Michigan Law Review (2008)

Scholars have long considered the linked questions of whether and why states obey international law....



An Expressive Jurisprudence of the Establishment Clause (with Ivan E. Bodensteiner), Penn State Law Review (2007)

Scholars recognize that government acts are expressive; that is, they affect the social meaning of...



A Theory of Expressive International Law (with Michael Ashley Stein), Vanderbilt Law Review (2007)

Ever since Grotius first suggested that desire for esteem from the broader global community motivates...



Rethinking Profiling: A Cognitive Model of Bias and Its Legal Implications, Oregon Law Review (2007)

The Article argues that profiling is not the result of conscious and rational action. Rather,...



Rethinking Risk-Based Environmental Cleanup, Indiana Law Journal (2001)

Unpublished Papers


Behavioral Regulation of Individual GHG Emissions: Reconceiving the Internal/Social Divide in Norm Theory, ExpressO (2015)

The demand for smarter regulation with low enforcement costs, coupled with the compelling argument that...