Daniel L. Chen

Daniel L. Chen

TSE Research Faculty
IAST Fellow

Contact

Email    daniel.chen@iast.fr
Tel    + 33 (0)5 67 73 29 72
Office    MF 509

full cv and publications

Work experience

Current position

2017Professor, University Toulouse Capitole

Education

2009Juris Doctor Degree, Harvard Law School
2004Ph.D. Economics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Grants and awards

2014ERC Consolidator Grant for researchers 8-14 years from PhD, 2014 (No. 614708) (PI) “Origins and Effects of Normative Commitments” ($2,200,000)

Publications on IAST Themes

Article in a refereed journal
"What Matters: Agreement Between U.S. Courts of Appeals Judges", Journal of Machine Learning Research.
(with Xing Cui, Lanyu Shang and Junchao Zheng)
[ Forthcoming ]
"Decision-Making under the Gambler's Fallacy: Evidence from Asylum Judges, Loan Officers, and Baseball Umpires", The Quarterly Journal of Economics, vol. 131, n. 3, p. 1181-1241.
(with Tobias J. Moskowitz and Kelly Shue)
"oTree - An open-source platform for laboratory, online, and field experiments", Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Finance, vol. 9, n. 1, p. 88-97. doi:10.1016/j.jbef.2015.12.001.
(with Martin Schonger and Chris Wickens)
"Perceived Masculinity Predicts U.S. Supreme Court Outcomes", Plos One, vol. 11, n. e0164324. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0164324.
(with Yosh Halberstam and Alan Yu)
"Can Markets Stimulate Rights? On the Alienability of Legal Claims", The RAND Journal of Economics, vol. 46, n. 1, p. 23-65. doi:10.1111/1756-2171.12076.
"Economics, religion, and culture: A brief introduction", Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, vol. 104, p. 1-3. doi:10.1016/j.jebo.2014.04.008.
(with Daniel Hungerman)
"The Construction of Morals", Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, vol. 104, p. 84-105.
(with Susan Yeh)
"A Market for Justice: A First Empirical Look at Third Party Litigation Funding", Journal of Business Law, vol. 15, n. 3.
(with David Abrams)
"Distinguishing Between Custom and Law: Empirical Examples of Endogeneity in Property and First Amendment Precedents", William & Mary Bill of Rights Journal, vol. 21, n. 1081.
(with Susan Yeh)
"Sparse Models and Methods for Optimal Instruments with an Application to Eminent Domain", Econometrica, vol. 80, n. 6, p. 2369-2429. doi:10.1111/1756-2171.12076.
(with Alexandre Belloni, Victor Chernozhukov and Christian Hansen)
Article in a working paper series
"What Matters: Agreement Between U.S. Courts of Appeals Judges", TSE Working Paper, n. 16-747.
(with Xing Cui, Lanyu Shang and Junchao Zheng)
"Judicial Compliance in District Courts", IAST working paper, n. 16-55.
(with Jens Frankenreiter and Susan Yeh)
"Testing axiomatizations of ambiguity aversion", IAST working paper, n. 16-61.
(with Martin Schonger)
"Mandatory disclosure: Theory and evidence from industry-physician relationships", IAST working paper, n. 16-57.
(with Vardges Levonyan, S.Eric Reinhart and Glen Taksler)
"Social preferences or sacred values? Theroy and evidence of deontological motivations", IAST working paper, n. 16-59.
(with Martin Schonger)
"Policies Affect Preferences: Evidence from Random Variation in Abortion Jurisprudence", IAST working paper, n. 16-58.
(with Vardges Levonyan and Susan Yeh)
"Ideological Perfectionism", IAST working paper, n. 16-47.
(with Moti Michaeli and Daniel Spiro)
"Perceived Masculinity Predicts U.S. Supreme Court Outcomes", IAST working paper, n. 16-40.
(with Yosh Halberstam and Alan Yu)
"The Shareholder Wealth Effects of Delaware Litigation", IAST working paper, n. 16-41.
(with Adam B. Badawi)
"Does Empathy Beget Guile? Experimental Evidence", IAST working paper, n. 16-42.
"Covering: Mutable Characteristics and Perceptions of (Masculine) Voice in the U.S. Supreme Court", IAST working paper, n. 16-38.
(with Yosh Halberstam and Alan Yu)
"Decision-Making Under the Gambler’s Fallacy: Evidence From Asylum Courts, Loan Officers, and Baseball Umpires", IAST working paper, n. 16-43.
(with Tobias J. Moskowitz and Kelly Shue)
"Is Ambiguity Aversion a Preference?", IAST working paper, n. 16-52.
(with Martin Schonger)
"Electoral Cycles Among U.S. Courts of Appeals Judges", IAST working paper, n. 16-53.
(with Carlos Berdejo)
"How Do Rights Revolutions Occur? Free Speech and the First Amendment", IAST working paper, n. 16-51.
(with Susan Yeh)
Contribution to a book
"Does Appellate Precedent Matter? Stock Price Responses to Appellate Court Decisions of FCC Actions", in Empirical Legal Analysis: Assessing the Performance of Legal Institutions, Ching-Fu Chang (eds.), 2013, Routledge.
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