Beller Family Professor of Business Law, New York University School of Law
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Kevin Davis is the Beller Family Professor of Business Law at New York University School of Law. His research and teaching generally concern the relationship between law and economic development, with particular emphasis on anti-corruption law, commercial law, and measurement of the performance of legal systems.
Joachim-Nicolas Herrera, Hugo Pascal, Vasile Rotaru, Alex Edmans, Dan W. Puchniak, Rebecca N Henderson, Anna Christie, Saura Masconale, Simone M. Sepe, Anne-Laure Kiechel, Julien Marcilly, Théo Maret, Peter John Oliver, Andrej Leontiev, Radovan Pala, Aija Lejniece, Tsilly Dagan, Kevin E. Davis, Mariana Pargendler, Emmanuelle Barbara, Pavlina R. Tcherneva, Flavia Souza Maximo Pereira, Ginevra Le Moli, Pierre-Henri Conac, Daniel C. Esty, Wolf-Georg Ringe, Judith Rochfeld, Jeffrey D. Sachs, Lisa E. Sachs, Simon Sharpe, Hanoch Dagan, Jean-Philippe Robé, Philippe Aghion, Olivier Blanchard, Hélène Rey, Joseph E. Stiglitz, Jean Tirole, Maarten Verwey, Jacques Attali, Alain Minc
Kevin E. Davis, Mariana Pargendler
Contract Law Heterodoxy
There is an ongoing debate about whether contract law has any role to play in addressing economic inequality. On this view, contract law can at most be used to address imbalances of wealth or power between parties to specific transactions, but not to help parties who are disadvantaged relative to other members of the broader … Continuedlire l'article