CARYL LOUISE BOIES VISITING PROFESSOR OF LAW
CARYL LOUISE BOIES VISITING PROFESSOR OF LAW
Nancy and Charles Munger Professor of Business and Professor of Law, Stanford Law School When: Spring 2014 Course: Deals: The Economic Foundations of Business Transactions Research: Corporate law and governance Selected Works: Liquidation Rights in Venture Capital Financing (2013); Myth and Reality in Corporate Governance (2013) Education: MA in economics, Yale University; JD, Yale Law School Clerkship: Judge David Bazelon, US Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit; Justice William Brennan, US Supreme Court
S. Samuel Arsht Professor of Corporate Law, University of Pennsylvania Law School When: Fall 2013 Course: Corporations Research: Financial distress; bankruptcy; corporate law; Christianity and law Selected Works: “States of Bankruptcy,” University of Chicago Law Review (2012); “Transaction Consistency and the New Finance in Bankruptcy,” Columbia Law Review (2012; co-author); The New Financial Deal: Understanding the Dodd-Frank Act and Its (Unintended) Consequences (2011) Education: JD, University of Virginia School of Law Clerkship: Judge Walter Stapleton, US Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit
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Distinguished Visiting Professor of Business and Law Sir Mervyn King, who stepped down from his position as governor of the Bank of England and chair of its Monetary Policy Committee and Financial Policy Committee on June 30 after more than two decades at the UK’s central bank, is visiting NYU in the fall semester with a joint appointment between the Law School and the Stern School of Business. King joined the Bank of England in 1990 as a non-executive director and has been chief economist, executive director, and deputy governor. The first incumbent governor to be granted an audience by Queen Elizabeth II, King led the Bank of England during the global financial crisis that took hold in 2008. Asserting that the only way to prevent a worldwide depression was to join other central banks in cutting interest rates almost to zero, among other measures, King was also highly critical of the banking sector and its bailout in the wake of the crisis, and supported measures to bring down the national deficit. Before working for the Bank of England, King was a professor at the London School of Economics, where he founded the Financial Markets Group. He had previously taught at the University of Birmingham and the University of Cambridge. In 1983-84, King was a visiting professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where he shared an office with Ben Bernanke, the future chairman of the Federal Reserve, who was then an assistant professor.
Lloyd M. Bentsen Chair in Law and Associate Dean for Research, University of Texas at Austin School of Law; Professor of History, University of Texas at Austin When: 2013–14 Research: US legal and constitutional history; comparative constitutional law; history of Jews, law, and identity politics in the 20th century; social and economic rights in the courts, politics, and social movements of South Africa and Latin America Selected Works: “The Constitution of Opportunity,” Texas Law Review (2013); “The Distributive Constitution and Workers’ Rights,” Ohio State Law Journal (2011); “Politics, State Building, and the Courts, 1870–1920,” The Cambridge History of Law in America, Vol. 2 (2008) Education: MA in social and political sciences, University of Cambridge; PhD in American studies, Yale University; JD, Yale Law School Clerkship: Judge Louis H. Pollak, US District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania
Multiyear Visitors Alan Auerbach Robert D. Burch Professor of Economics and Law; Director, Burch Center for Tax Policy and Public Finance, University of California, Berkeley When: Spring 2014 Course: Tax Policy and Public Finance Colloquium and Seminar Research: Behavioral effects of taxation; tax reform; demographic change and fiscal policy; budget rules Selected Works: “Measuring the Output Responses to Fiscal Policy,” American Economic Journal: Economic Policy (2012; co-author); “Welfare and Generational Equity in Sustainable Unfunded Pension Systems,” Journal of Public Economics (2011; co-author); “Activist Fiscal Policy,” Journal of Economic Perspectives (2010; co-author) Education: PhD in economics, Harvard University Related Experience: Deputy Chief of Staff, US Joint Committee on Taxation
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