Research Dean’s February 2020 Roundup of Scholarly Activities March 01, 2020 Faculty, Research, Scholarship, Scholarship Blog Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on LinkedIn Share through Email Publications Hadar Aviram, Yesterday’s Monsters: The Manson Family Cases and the Illusion of Parole (UC Press 2020) Binyamin Blum, “Man Hath No Preeminence Over the Canine: Forensic Tracking in Mandate Palestine,” 51 Theory & Criticism41 (2019) (first printed in February 2020) Abe Cable, “Does Trados Matter?,” 45 Journal of Corporation Law (2020) Catalyst for Payment Reform & The Source on Healthcare Price & Competition, “State Policies on Provider Market Power” (Feb. 2020) David Faigman et al., Modern Scientific Evidence: The Law and Science of Expert Testimony, Vols. 1-5 (2019-2020 edition) David Faigman et al., “Psychological Assessments in Legal Contexts: Are Courts Keeping ‘Junk Science’ Out of the Courtroom?,” 20 Psychological Science in the Public Interest 135 (2019) (first published Feb. 15, 2020) Robin Feldman et al., “Viral Licensing: Ensuring the Public Interest When Taxpayers Fund Pharmaceutical Research,” 59 Santa Clara Law Review (2020) Reuel Schiller, “The Curious Origins of Airline Deregulation: Economic Deregulation and the American Left,” 93 Business History Review729 (2019) (first printed in February 2020) Manoj Viswanathan, “The Qualified Small Business Stock Exclusion: How Startup Shareholders Get $10 Million (Or More) Tax-Free,” 120 Columbia Law Review Forum29 (2020) Frank H. Wu, “Who Becomes White in America? Are Chinese Next?,” Chinese America: History & Perspectives83 (Feb. 2020) Works Accepted Hadar Aviram, “The Politics of Penalty,” in Oxford Encyclopedia of Criminology and Criminal Justice (forthcoming) Hadar Aviram, “A Table Before Me in the Presence of My Enemies: Susan Atkins and the Spectacle of Aging on Parole,” Journal of International Criminal Law (forthcoming) Scott Dodson, “Personal Jurisdiction in a Comparative Context,” 68 American Journal of Comparative Law (forthcoming 2020) Scott Dodson, “A Critique of Jurisdictionality,” 39 Review of Litigation (forthcoming 2020) Zach Price, “Congressional Authority Over Military Offices,” 99 Texas Law Review(forthcoming 2021) Jodi Short et al., “Improving Working Conditions in Global Supply Chains: The Role of Institutional Environments and Monitoring Program Design,” Industrial & Labor Relations Review(forthcoming) David Takacs, “We are the River,” University of Illinois Law Review (forthcoming) David Takacs, “An Aye Aye for an Aye Aye: Making Biodiversity Offsets Sustainable,” Columbia Journal of Environmental Law(forthcoming) Jessica Vapnek, “Food & Agriculture Policy,” in Handbook on Business & Public Policy (Edward Elgar, forthcoming) (with Tiffany Wang) Manoj Viswanathan, “Corporate Behavior and the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act,” University of Chicago Law Review Online(forthcoming 2020) (with Nicholas Cohen) Awards and Honors Jodi Short’s coauthored article “Coupling Labor Codes of Conduct and Supplier Labor Practices: The Role of Internal Structural Conditions,” published in Organization Science in 2019, was selected as a finalist for the 2020 Responsible Research in Management/Dare to Care Award. Blog Posts, Op-Eds, News & Magazine Columns, and Online Essays Mark Aaronson posted a blog review of Richard Boswell’s article on the UC Law SF Scholarship Blog. Robin Feldman, op-ed, “President Trump’s Coronavirus Response Highlights a Flawed Drug Pricing System,” Washington Post(Feb. 27, 2020) Rory Little posted an opinion review on SCOTUSblog on Feb. 26. Richard Marcus posted a blog review of Scott Dodson’s article on the UC Law SF Scholarship Blog. Bill Wang, “Myths About the Traditional and Roth 401(k)/IRA That Affect How People Use Them,” Bloomberg BNA Daily Tax Report(Feb. 3, 2020) Frank H. Wu, “Responding to coronavirus is not ‘racist,’” Daily Journal(Feb. 11, 2020) Speaking Hadar Aviram spoke about her book Yesterday’s Monsters on the Good Law, Bad Law podcast in February. Hadar Aviram gave a book talk on Yesterday’s Monsters at N.Y.U. on Feb. 28. Ben Depoorter was a panel organizer and discussant on “Public Law & Economics” at the Midterm Meeting in Law & Economics at Erasmus University Rotterdam on Feb. 14. Ben Depoorter presented “So Sue Me…Please: Litigation Benefits in Intellectual Property” at the Workshop on Intellectual Property Papers in Progress at Santa Clara Law School on Feb. 7. Veena Dubal was a panelist at an ACS event on tech-worker organizing. Veena Dubal submitted invited testimony on “Data, Automation, and Work” for the California Assembly Rising Tides Summit. Veena Dubal spoke on “An Uber Ambivalence” and gave a keynote address titled “Disrupting Regulation, Regulating Disruption” at an Indiana-Bloomington Law symposium on The Sharing Economy & Inequality. Veena Dubal presented “An Uber Ambivalence” at an Ohio State Law faculty colloquium. Veena Dubal gave an invited talk titled “Working on the Border of Employment” at the COuntertechnologies at the Edgelands conference at UCSD. Jaime King spoke to the National Academy of Medicine’s Leadership Consortium on “The Role of Consolidation and Price Transparency in Health Care Costs” on Feb. 13. Jaime King testified before the California Legislature’s Assembly Health Committee in the hearing “Cost Containment: Considerations for California” on Feb. 25. Karen Musalo gave a plenary address titled “The Plight of Migrant Mothers: Restoring Protections for Victims of Gender-Based Violence” at the In Children’s Best Interestssymposium at American University on Feb. 14. Karen Musalo was a panelist on the Immigration Law panel at the UC Law SF Journalannual symposium on Feb. 21. Sheila Purcell spoke on “Online Dispute Resolution” at the Northern California ADR Faculty Conference on Feb. 22. Sheila Purcell moderated “The Young and Employed Career Panel: Redefining the Neutral’s Role” at UC Law SF on Feb. 11. Manoj Viswanathan presented “The Role of Revenue Effects on IRS Discretion” at the UC Law SF Journalsymposium on Administrative Law in the Age of Trump on Feb. 21. Manoj Viswanathan presented “Implementing a (Modern) Progressive Consumption Tax” at UC Irvine’s Tax Symposium on Machine Intelligence on Feb. 25.