Professor Andrew Verstein presents paper at 26th annual American Law and Economics Association meeting at Harvard Law

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Associate Professor Andrew Verstein

Professor Andrew Verstein presented a paper at the 26th annual American Law and Economics Association meeting held on Friday and Saturday, May 20-21, 2016, at Harvard Law School. 

Professor Verstein presented his paper, “Enterprise Without Entities,” alongside Elisabeth de Fontenay and Amir N. Licht on a panel titled, “Theory of Firm.”

The American Law and Economics Association received more than 400 paper submissions for this conference, according to Professor Verstein. “This is a really distinguished conference and it’s an honor for me to attend,” he said. Professor Verstein’s paper was selected among some 150 papers to be presented at the two-day conference.

The American Law and Economics Association’s function is to promote economic understanding of law.

Professor Verstein teaches Business Associations, Contracts, Corporate Finance, and Securities Litigation. Professor Verstein’s recent research, forthcoming in the Virginia Law Review, focuses on insider trading in commodities markets. He has also written and spoken widely on crowd funding and person to person lending, market manipulation, and nature of financial benchmarks and indices such as Libor.