Elliott Ash, and Daniel L. Chen, “Judge Embeddings: Vector Representations of Legal Belief”, Computational Analysis of Law, 2019, forthcoming.
Daniel L. Chen, “Intermediated Social Preferences: Altruism in an Algorithmic Era”, in Advances in Economics of Religion, Jean-Paul Carvalho, Sriya Iyer, and Jared Rubin (eds.), Palgrave Macmillan, series “International Economic Association Series”, vol. 158, 2019, forthcoming.
Elliott Ash, and Daniel L. Chen, “What Kind of Judge is Brett Kavanaugh?: A Quantitative Analysis”, Cardozo Law Review, 2018, pp. 70–100.
Adam B. Badawi, and Daniel L. Chen, “The Shareholder Wealth Effects of Delaware Litigation”, American Law and Economics Review, vol. 19, n. 2, October 2017, pp. 287–326.
Carlos Berdejo, and Daniel L. Chen, “Electoral Cycles Among U.S. Courts of Appeals Judges”, The Journal of Law and Economics, vol. 60, n. 3, August 2017, pp. 479–496.
Daniel L. Chen, Tobias J. Moskowitz, and Kelly Shue, “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, August 2016, pp. 1181–1241.
Daniel L. Chen, and John J. Horton, “Are Online Labor Markets Spot Markets for Tasks? A Field Experiment on the Behavioral Response to Wages Cuts”, Information Systems Research, vol. 27, n. 2, May 2016, pp. 403–423.
Daniel L. Chen, Yosh Halberstam, and Alan Yu, “Perceived Masculinity Predicts U.S. Supreme Court Outcomes”, Plos One, vol. 11, n. e0164324, 2016.
Daniel L. Chen, Martin Schonger, and Chris Wickens, “oTree - An open-source platform for laboratory, online, and field experiments”, Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Finance, vol. 9, n. 1, 2016, pp. 88–97.
Daniel L. Chen, “Can Markets Stimulate Rights? On the Alienability of Legal Claims”, The RAND Journal of Economics, vol. 46, n. 1, 2015, pp. 23–65.
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