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Monday, May 2, 2022

Daniel Hemel Leaves Chicago For NYU

After visiting at NYU for the 2021-22 academic year, Daniel Hemel (Chicago; Google Scholar) has accepted a tenured position at NYU. Daniel's recent scholarship includes:

  • Hemel (2022)"Regulation and Redistribution with Lives in the Balance," __ University of Chicago Law Review __ (2022) (forthcoming). ssrn
  • "The Federalist Safeguards of Progressive Taxation," 93 New York University Law Review __ (forthcoming). ssrn
  • "Trademark Law Pluralism," 88 University of Chicago Law Review 1025 (2021) (with Lisa L. Ouellette). ssrn www
  • "Beyond the Dignity of Work Comment on M. Sandel’s The Tyranny of Merit," 1 American Journal of Law and Equality 33 (2021). www
  • "What Role Should Governments Play in Setting Rewards for Medical Innovation?," 11 Journal of Intellectual Property and Entertainment law 1 (2021) (with Michael Abramowicz & Bhaven Sampat).
  • "The Behavioral Elasticity of Tax Revenue," 13 Journal of Legal Analysis 381 (2021) (with David A. Weisbach). www
  • "Can Structural Changes Fix the Supreme Court?," 35 Journal Of Economic Perspectives 119 (2021). www
  • "Taxing Buybacks," 38 Yale Journal on Regulation 246 (2021) (with Gregg D. Polsky). www
  • "Four Futures for U.S. Pandemic Policy," 2021 University of Chicago Legal Forum 145 (2021). www
  • "The Architecture of a Basic Income," 87 University of Chicago Law Review 625 (2020) (with Miranda P. Fleischer). www

  • "Outside Advisers Inside Agencies," 108 Georgetown Law Journal 1139 (2020) (with Brian D. Feinstein). www
  • "Innovation Institutions and the Opioid Crisis," 7 Journal of Law and the Biosciences __ (2020) (with Lisa L. Ouellette). www
  • "Does the Tax Code Favor Robots?," 16 Ohio State Technology Law Journal 219 (2020). www
  • "A Public Health Framework for COVID-19 Business Liability," 7 Journal of Law and the Biosciences 1 (2020) (with Daniel B. Rodriguez). ssrn www
  • "Indexing, Unchained," 83 Law and Contemporary Problems 83 (2020). www
  • "Free Speech and Cheap Talk," 11 Journal of Legal Analysis 46 (2019) (with Ariel Porat). www
  • "Aligning Taxes and Spending: Theory and Experimental Evidence," Behavioural Public Policy __ (2019) (with Ethan Porter). www
  • "Audits, Markets, and Patents," 87 University of Chicago Law Review Online 78 (2019). www
  • "There's a Problem With Buybacks, But It's Not What Senators Think," 162 Tax Notes 765 (2019) (with Gregg D. Polsky). ssrn
  • "The Games They Will Play: Tax Games, Roadblocks, and Glitches Under the 2017 Tax Legislation," 103 Minnesota Law Review 1439 (2019) (with David Kamin, David Gamage, Ari Glowgower, Rebecca Kysar, Darien Shanske, Reuven Avi-Yonah & Lily Batchelder, J. Clifton Fleming & Mitchell Kane) ((also with David Miller, Daniel Shaviro, & Manoj Viswanathan)). cu www
  • "Innovation Policy Pluralism," 128 Yale Law Journal 544 (2019) (with Lisa L. Ouellette). ssrn cu
  • "The State-Charity Disparity Under the 2017 Tax Law," 58 Washington University Journal of Law and Policy 189 (2019).
  • "The False Promise of Presidential Indexation," 36 Yale Journal on Regulation 693 (2019) (with David Kamin). www
  • "Taxing Wealth in an Uncertain World," 72 National Tax Journal 755 (2019).
  • "The Death and Life of the State and Local Tax Deduction," 72 Tax Law Review 151 (2019). ssrn
  • "A Place for Place in Federal Tax Law," 45 Ohio Northern University Law Review 525 (2019). ssrn
  • "Beyond the Marriage Tax Trilemma," 54 Wake Forest Law Review 661 (2019). ssrn
  • "Sexual Harassment and Corporate Law," 118 Columbia Law Review 1583 (2018) (with Dorothy Shapiro Lund). ssrn cu
  • "The Marginal Revenue Rule in Cost-Benefit Analysis," 160 Tax Notes 1507 (2018) (with David A. Weisbach & Jennifer Nou). ssrn cu
  • "Presidential Obstruction of Justice," 106 California Law Review 1277 (2018) (with Eric A. Posner). ssrn cu
  • "The Tax Legislative Process: A Byrd's Eye View," 81 Law and Contemporary Problems 99 (2018) (with Ellen P. Aprill). ssrn cu
  • "Public Perceptions of Government Speech," 2017 Supreme Court Review 33 (2018) (with Lisa L. Ouellette). ssrn cu
  • "Caveat IRS: Problems with Abandoning the Full Deduction Rule," 88 State Tax Notes 547 (2018) (with Joseph Bankman, David Gamage, Jacob Goldin & Darien Shanske, Kirk J. Stark & Dennis Ventry). ssrn cu
  • "Federalism as a Safeguard of Progressive Taxation," 93 New York University Law Review 1 (2018). cu
  • "The Living Anti-Injunction Act," 104 Virginia Law Review Online 74 (2018). cu www
  • "Partisan Balance with Bite," 118 Columbia Law Review 9 (2018) (with Brian D. Feinstein). ssrn cu
  • "Pooling and Unpooling in the Uber Economy," 2017 University of Chicago Legal Forum 265 (2017). ssrn cu
  • "Atlas Nods: The Libertarian Case for a Basic Income," 2017 Wisconsin Law Review 1189 (2017) (with Miranda P. Fleischer). ssrn cu
  • "Inequality and the Mortgage Interest Deduction," 770 Tax Law Review 667 (2017) (with Kyle Rozema). ssrn cu
  • "Bayh-Dole Beyond Borders," 4 Journal of Law and the Biosciences 282 (2017) (with Lisa L. Ouellette). cu
  • "Chevron Step One-and-a-Half," 84 University of Chicago Law Review 757 (2017) (with Aaron Nielson). ssrn cu
  • "Can New York Publish President Trump's State Tax Returns?," 127 Yale Law Journal Forum 62 (2017). cu
  • "The President's Power to Tax," 102 Cornell Law Review 633 (2017). ssrn cu
  • "Knowledge Goods and Nation-States," 101 Minnesota Law Review 167 (2016) (with Lisa L. Ouellette). ssrn cu
  • "Trade and Tradeoffs: The Case of International Patent Exhaustion," 116 Columbia Law Review Sidebar 17 (2016). cu www
  • "The Vanguard Case Reconsidered," 150 Tax Notes 1466 (2016). cu
  • "Is Abood Irrelevant?," 82 University of Chicago Law Review Dialogue 227 (2015) (with David Louk). cu
  • "Beyond the Patents–Prizes Debate," 92 Texas Law Review 303 (2013) (with Lisa L. Ouellette). cu www
  • "Executive Action and the First Amendment’s First Word," 40 Pepperdine Law Review 601 (2013). ssrn cu www

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