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Social Science Research Network (SSRN) is devoted to the rapid worldwide dissemination of social science research and is composed of a number of specialized research networks in each of the social sciences. We have received several excellence awards for our web site. Each of SSRN's networks encourages the early distribution of research results by publishing Submitted abstracts and by soliciting abstracts of top quality research papers around the world. We now have hundreds of journals, publishers, and institutions in Partners in Publishing that provide working papers for distribution through SSRN's eLibrary and abstracts for publication in SSRN's electronic journals.

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    We’re in San Francisco this week for I Annotate 2017 along with a couple hundred of our closest friends. Two years ago, SSRN joined a team of coalition members that recognized a need to annotate knowledge. At its simplest description, the coalition recognizes that a single layer of information, especially in scholarship, is not enough. A robust conversation can deeply enrich knowledge by enhancing the communication amongst readers. Realizing the challenge, Hypothes.is worked on making scholarly annotation available and connecting experts to novices through annotated communication. Since SSRN is all about sharing tomorrow’s research today with the broadest possible audience, joining this group was a no-brainer.read more...

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    1. Rape-Adjacent’: Imagining Legal Responses to Nonconsensual Condom Removal by Alexandra Brodsky (Yale Law School)read more...

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    1. Debt That Costs Less Than Nothing: Greece’s Unique Opportunity by Pablo Triana (ESADE Business School)read more...

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    1. Replicating Anomalies by Kewei Hou (Ohio State University (OSU) – Department of Finance) and Chen Xue (University of Cincinnati) and Lu Zhang (Ohio State University – Fisher College of Business)read more...

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    1. Defense Against the Dark Arts of Copyright Trolling by Matthew Sag (Loyola University Chicago School of Law) and Jake Haskell (Independent)read more...

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    1. Manipulation in the VIX? by John Griffin (University of Texas at Austin – Department of Finance) and Amin Shams (University of Texas at Austin – Department of Finance )read more...

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    1. Is it Ethical to Teach that Beta and CAPM Explain Something? by Pablo Fernandez (University of Navarra – IESE Business School)read more...

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    If you haven’t been on Twitter lately, perhaps you haven’t heard the news that we recently launched a Biology Research Network (BioRN). As researchers can imagine, we’re pretty stoked to be breaking out of our social science comfort zone. Opening new opportunities for researchers to find the right academic papers makes us very proud. It’s another achievement toward building a scholarly network of interdisciplinary researchers, and we’re chuffed to hand it over for public use.read more...

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    Calm down! We know how worried you were that you missed the Accelerating Interdisciplinary Research Webinar. If you weren’t able to attend the webinar live we have the next best thing for you: the webcast of the event.read more...

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    1. Availability Cascades and Risk Regulation by Timur Kuran (Duke University – Department of Economics) and Cass Sunstein (Harvard Law School)read more...

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  • 07/07/17--10:28: What do SSRNians Read?
  • I’m not saying you have to be a bookworm to work at SSRN, but it certainly doesn’t hurt. SSRN pivots around a culture of innovation and excitement for the future. That’s why we have SSRN Culture Training for our team members. centered around a growing list of books. They’re chosen based on a number of criteria, but you’ll notice a theme of personal and professional development. Have a suggestion for the next Culture Book? We love suggestions and are always eager to add to our bookshelves.read more...

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    Research. Research. Research. That’s all most people ever hear about SSRN, and it’s fair to say that’s a huge chunk of what we talk about. What can I say? We’re a collection of people who enjoy a good academic paper. Behind the scene’s, though, there’s a lot more than meets the Twitter feed. It’s about time the public got to see what actually drives the team at SSRN.read more...

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    1. Why Not Taxation and Representation? A Note on the American Revolution by Sebastian Galiani (University of Maryland – Department of Economics) and Gustavo Torrens (Indiana University)read more...

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    1. Battlefield Casualties and Ballot Box Defeat: Did the Bush-Obama Wars Cost Clinton the White House? by Douglas Kriner (Boston University – Department of Political Science) and Francis Shen (University of Minnesota Law School)read more...

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