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Chen, Daniel L. (2019) Attorney Voice and the U.S. Supreme Court. Computational Analysis of Law. (In Press)

Chen, Daniel L., Kumar, Manoj, Motwani, Vishal and Yeres, Philip (2019) Is Justice Really Blind? And Is It Also Deaf? Computational Analysis of Law. (In Press)

Ash, Elliott and Chen, Daniel L. (2019) Judge Embeddings: Vector Representations of Legal Belief. Computational Analysis of Law. (In Press)

Chen, Daniel L. (2019) Judicial Analytics and the Great Transformation of American Law. Artificial Intelligence and the Law. (In Press)

Chen, Daniel L. (2019) Machine Learning and Rule of Law. Computational Analysis of Law. (In Press)

Chen, Daniel L. (2019) Tastes for Desert and Placation: A Reference Point-Dependent Model of Social Preferences. Research in Experimental Economics. (In Press)

Cavaillé, Charlotte, Chen, Daniel L. and Van Der Straeten, Karine (2019) Towards a General Theory of Survey Response: Likert Scales Vs. Quadratic Voting for Attitudinal Research. The University of Chicago Law Review. (In Press)

Chen, Daniel L., Cui, Xing, Shang, Lanyu and Zheng, Junchao (2019) What Matters: Agreement Between U.S. Courts of Appeals Judges. Journal of Machine Learning Research. (In Press)

Chen, Daniel L. and Eagel, Jess (2018) Can Machine Learning Help Predict the Outcome of Asylum Adjudications? Proceedings of the ACM Conference on AI and the Law.

Chen, Daniel L., Dunn, Matt, Sagun, Levent and Sirin, Hale (2018) Early Predictability of Asylum Court Decisions. Proceedings of the ACM Conference on AI and the Law.

Chen, Daniel L., Parthasarathy, Adithya and Verma, Shivam (2018) The Genealogy of Ideology: Identifying Persuasive Memes and Predicting Agreement in the U.S. Courts of Appeals. Proceedings of the ACM Conference on AI and the Law. (In Press)

Ash, Elliott and Chen, Daniel L. (2018) What Kind of Judge is Brett Kavanaugh?: A Quantitative Analysis. Cardozo Law Review. pp. 70-100.

Badawi, Adam B. and Chen, Daniel L. (2017) The Shareholder Wealth Effects of Delaware Litigation. American Law and Economics Review, vol. 19 (n° 2). pp. 287-326.

Berdejo, Carlos and Chen, Daniel L. (2017) Electoral Cycles Among U.S. Courts of Appeals Judges. Journal of Law and Economics, 60 (3). pp. 479-496.

Chen, Daniel L., Moskowitz, Tobias J. and Shue, Kelly (2016) Decision-Making under the Gambler's Fallacy: Evidence from Asylum Judges, Loan Officers, and Baseball Umpires. The Quarterly Journal of Economics, 131 (3). pp. 1181-1241.

Chen, Daniel L. and Horton, John J. (2016) Are Online Labor Markets Spot Markets for Tasks? A Field Experiment on the Behavioral Response to Wages Cuts. Information Systems Research, 27 (2). pp. 403-423.

Chen, Daniel L., Halberstam, Yosh and Yu, Alan (2016) Perceived Masculinity Predicts U.S. Supreme Court Outcomes. Plos One, 11 (e0164324).

Chen, Daniel L., Schonger, Martin and Wickens, Chris (2016) oTree - An open-source platform for laboratory, online, and field experiments. Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Finance, 9 (1). pp. 88-97.

Chen, Daniel L. (2015) Can Markets Stimulate Rights? On the Alienability of Legal Claims. The RAND Journal of Economics, 46 (1). pp. 23-65.

Chen, Daniel L. and Hungerman, Daniel (2014) Economics, religion, and culture: A brief introduction. Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 104. pp. 1-3.

Chen, Daniel L. and Yeh, Susan (2014) The Construction of Morals. Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 104. pp. 84-105.

Abrams, David and Chen, Daniel L. (2013) A Market for Justice: A First Empirical Look at Third Party Litigation Funding. Journal of Business Law, 15 (4). p. 1075.

Chen, Daniel L. and Yeh, Susan (2013) Distinguishing Between Custom and Law: Empirical Examples of Endogeneity in Property and First Amendment Precedents. William & Mary Bill of Rights Journal, 21 (4). pp. 1081-1105.

Belloni, Alexandre, Chen, Daniel L., Chernozhukov, Victor and Hansen, Christian (2012) Sparse Models and Methods for Optimal Instruments with an Application to Eminent Domain. Econometrica, vol. 80 (n° 6). pp. 2369-2429.

Book Section

Chen, Daniel L. (2019) Intermediated Social Preferences: Altruism in an Algorithmic Era. In: Advances in Economics of Religion Carvalho, Jean-Paul, Iyer, Sriya and Rubin, Jared (eds.) Palgrave Macmillan. Series “International Economic Association Series”, Vol. 158. ISBN 978-3-319-98848-1 (In Press)

Chen, Daniel L. (2013) Does Appellate Precedent Matter? Stock Price Responses to Appellate Court Decisions of FCC Actions. In: Empirical Legal Analysis: Assessing the Performance of Legal Institutions Fang, Ching-Fu (ed.) Routledge. Series “The Economics of Legal Relationships.” ISBN 978-0415714440

Monograph

Vunikili, Ramya, Ochani, Hitesh, Jaiswal, Divisha, Deshmukh, Richa, Chen, Daniel L. and Ash, Elliott (2018) Analysis of Vocal Implicit Bias in SCOTUS Decisions Through Predictive Modelling. TSE Working Paper, n. 18-982, Toulouse

Vunikili, Ramya, Ochani, Hitesh, Jaiswal, Divisha, Deshmukh, Richa, Chen, Daniel L. and Ash, Elliott (2018) Analysis of Vocal Implicit Bias in SCOTUS Decisions Through Predictive Modelling. IAST working paper, n. 18-94, Toulouse

Chen, Daniel L. (2018) Attorney Voice and the U.S. Supreme Court. TSE Working Paper, n. 18-978, Toulouse

Ash, Elliott, Chen, Daniel L., Mainali, Nischal and Meier, Liam (2018) Automated Classification of Modes of Moral Reasoning in Judicial Decisions. TSE Working Paper, n. 18-979, Toulouse

Chen, Daniel L. (2018) Judicial Analytics and the Great Transformation of American Law. TSE Working Paper, n. 18-974, Toulouse

Chen, Daniel L. (2018) Machine Learning and Rule of Law. TSE Working Paper, n. 18-975, Toulouse

Cavaillé, Charlotte, Chen, Daniel L. and Van Der Straeten, Karine (2018) Towards a General Theory of Survey Response: Likert Scales Vs. Quadratic Voting for Attitudinal Research. TSE Working Paper, n. 18-980, Toulouse

Ash, Elliott, Chen, Daniel L., Delgado, Raul, Fierro, Eduardo and Lin, Shasha (2018) Learning Policy Levers: Toward Automated Policy Analysis Using Judicial Corpora. TSE Working Paper, n. 18-977, Toulouse

Chen, Daniel L. and Philippe, Arnaud (2018) Clash of norms: Judicial leniency on defendant birthdays. TSE Working Paper, n. 18-934, Toulouse

Ash, Elliott and Chen, Daniel L. (2018) Mapping the Geometry of Law using Document Embeddings. TSE Working Paper, n. 18-935, Toulouse

Ash, Elliott, Chen, Daniel L. and Lu, Wei (2018) Motivated Reasoning in the Field: Partisanship in Precedent, Prose, Vote, and Retirement in U.S. Circuit Courts, 1800-2013. TSE Working Paper, n. 18-976, Toulouse

Chen, Daniel L. and Philippe, Arnaud (2018) Clash of norms: Judicial leniency on defendant birthdays. IAST working paper, n. 18-76, Toulouse

Chen, Daniel L., Cui, Xing, Shang, Lanyu and Zheng, Junchao (2016) What Matters: Agreement Between U.S. Courts of Appeals Judges. TSE Working Paper, n. 16-747, Toulouse

Chen, Daniel L. and Prescott, J.J. (2016) Implicit Egoism in Sentencing Decisions: First Letter Name Effects with Randomly Assigned Defendants. TSE Working Paper, n. 16-726

Chen, Daniel L., Frankenreiter, Jens and Yeh, Susan (2016) Judicial Compliance in District Courts. TSE Working Paper, n. 16-715

Chen, Daniel L., Levonyan, Vardges, Reinhart, S. Eric and Taksler, Glen (2016) Mandatory disclosure: Theory and evidence from industry-physician relationships. TSE Working Paper, n. 16-716

Chen, Daniel L., Levonyan, Vardges and Yeh, Susan (2016) Policies Affect Preferences: Evidence from Random Variation in Abortion Jurisprudence. TSE Working Paper, n. 16-723

Chen, Daniel L. and Lind, Jo Thori (2016) The Political Economy of Beliefs: Why Fiscal and Social Conservatives/Liberals (Sometimes) Come Hand-in-Hand. TSE Working Paper, n. 16-722

Chen, Daniel L. (2016) Sclerotization of the Judiciary: Judicial Exits from the U.S. Courts of Appeals are Politically Motivated. TSE Working Paper, n. 16-721, Toulouse

Chen, Daniel L. and Schonger, Martin (2016) Social preferences or sacred values? Theroy and evidence of deontological motivations. TSE Working Paper, n. 16-714

Chen, Daniel L. (2016) Tastes for Desert and Placation: A Reference Point-Dependent Model of Social Preferences. TSE Working Paper, n. 16-725, Toulouse

Chen, Daniel L. and Schonger, Martin (2016) Testing axiomatizations of ambiguity aversion. TSE Working Paper, n. 16-717

Chen, Daniel L. and Schonger, Martin (2016) Testing axiomatizations of ambiguity aversion. IAST working paper, n. 16-61, Toulouse

Chen, Daniel L. and Schonger, Martin (2016) A Theory of Experiments: Invariance of Equilibrium to the Strategy Method of Elicitation and Implications for Social Preferences. TSE Working Paper, n. 16-724

Chen, Daniel L. and Schonger, Martin (2016) A Theory of Experiments: Invariance of Equilibrium to the Strategy Method of Elicitation and Implications for Social Preferences. IAST working paper, n. 16-54, Toulouse

Chen, Daniel L. (2016) The Deterrent Effect of the Death Penalty? Evidence from British Commutations During World War I. TSE Working Paper, n. 16-706, Toulouse

Berdejo, Carlos and Chen, Daniel L. (2016) Electoral Cycles Among U.S. Courts of Appeals Judges. TSE Working Paper, n. 16-704, Toulouse

Chen, Daniel L. and Yeh, Susan (2016) Government Expropriation Increases Economic Growth and Racial Inequality: Evidence from Eminent Domain. TSE Working Paper, n. 16-693

Chen, Daniel L. and Yeh, Susan (2016) How Do Rights Revolutions Occur? Free Speech and the First Amendment. TSE Working Paper, n. 16-705, Toulouse

Chen, Daniel L., Michaeli, Moti and Spiro, Daniel (2016) Ideological Perfectionism. TSE Working Paper, n. 16-694

Chen, Daniel L. and Schonger, Martin (2016) Is Ambiguity Aversion a Preference? TSE Working Paper, n. 16-703, Toulouse

Chen, Daniel L. (2016) Markets, Morality, and Economic Growth: Competition Affects Utilitarian Judgment. TSE Working Paper, n. 16-692

Chen, Daniel L. (2016) Mood and the Malleability of Moral Reasoning. TSE Working Paper, n. 16-707, Toulouse

Chen, Daniel L. and Sethi, Jasmin (2016) Insiders, Outsiders, and Involuntary Unemployment: Sexual Harrassment Exacerbates Gender Inequality. TSE Working Paper, n. 16-687

Chen, Daniel L. and Horton, John J. (2016) Are Online Labor Markets Spot Markets for Tasks?: A Field Experiment on the Behavioral Response to Wage Cuts. TSE Working Paper, n. 16-675, Toulouse

Chen, Daniel L., Halberstam, Yosh and Yu, Alan (2016) Covering: Mutable Characteristics and Perceptions of (Masculine) Voice in the U.S. Supreme Court. IAST working paper, n. 16-38, Toulouse

Chen, Daniel L., Halberstam, Yosh and Yu, Alan (2016) Covering: Mutable Characteristics and Perceptions of Voice in the U.S. Supreme Court. TSE Working Paper, n. 16-680

Chen, Daniel L., Moskowitz, Tobias J. and Shue, Kelly (2016) Decision-Making Under the Gambler’s Fallacy: Evidence From Asylum Courts, Loan Officers, and Baseball Umpires. TSE Working Paper, n. 16-674, Toulouse

Chen, Daniel L. (2016) Does Empathy Beget Guile? Experimental Evidence. TSE Working Paper, n. 16-684

Chen, Daniel L. (2016) Does Empathy Beget Guile? Experimental Evidence. IAST working paper, n. 16-42

Chen, Daniel L., Halberstam, Yosh and Yu, Alan (2016) Perceived Masculinity Predicts U.S. Supreme Court Outcomes. TSE Working Paper, n. 16-682, Toulouse

Chen, Daniel L. (2016) Priming Ideology: Why Presidential Elections Affect U.S. Judges. TSE Working Paper, n. 16-681

Badawi, Adam B. and Chen, Daniel L. (2016) The Shareholder Wealth Effects of Delaware Litigation. TSE Working Paper, n. 16-683

Berdejo, Carlos and Chen, Daniel L. (2016) Electoral Cycles Among U.S. Courts of Appeals Judges. IAST working paper, n. 16-53, Toulouse

Chen, Daniel L. (2016) This Morning's Breakfast, Last Night's Game: Detecting Extraneous Factors in Judging. IAST working paper, n. 16-49, Toulouse

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