Here is this week`s Top 10 most downloaded academic articles on labour and employment law. This week`s list includes two Canadians, including yours truly (along with Robert Flanagan), sneaking into 10th place with a paper that will be published in a slightly updated form later this year in the Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law). I`d like to thank my mother, …
1. Mark C. Wèber, Unreasonable Accommodation and Due Hardship (147).
2. Carola Frydman & Dirk Jenter, CEO Compensation (135).
3. Omri Ben-Shahar & Carl E. Schneider, The Failure of Mandated Disclosure (110).
4. Robert Flannigan, Fact-Based Fiduciary Accountability in Canada (98).
5. Kelli Kleisinger & Richard A. Bales, The Validity of the Two-Member NLRB (97).
6. Randall S. Thomas & Harwell Wells, Executive Compensation in the Courts: Board Capture, Optimal Contracting and Officer Fiduciary Duties (95).
7. Ellen Dannin, Hoffman Plastics as Labor Law – Equality at Last for Immigrant Workers? (91).
8. Edward D. Kleinbard, The Congress within the Congress: How Tax Expenditures Distort our Budget and our Political Processes (92).
9. Jeffrey M. Hirsch, Communication Breakdown: Reviving the Role of Discourse in the Regulation of Employee Collective Action (88).
10. David J. Doorey, In Defence of Transnational Labor Regulation (86)