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Corporate Purchasing Bibliography

Paul S. Adler, Making the HR Outsourcing Decision, 45 MIT Sloan Mgmt Rev. 53 (Fall 2003)

George A. Akerlof, The Market for “Lemons”: Quality Uncertainty and the Market Mechanism, 84 Quart. J Econ. 488 (1970)

Ingela Alger & François Salanié, A Theory of Fraud and Overtreatment in Experts Markets, 15 J. Econ. & Mgmt. Strat. 853 (2006)

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George P. Baker & Thomas N. Hubbard, Contractibility and Asset Ownership: On-Board Computers and Governance in U. S. Trucking, 119 Quart. J. Econ. 1443 (2004)

George P. Baker & Thomas N. Hubbard, Make Versus Buy in Trucking: Asset Ownership, Job Design, and Information, 93 Am. Econ. Rev. 551 (2003)

George P. Baker & Rachel Parkin, The Changing Structure of the Legal Services Industry and the Careers of Lawyers, 84 N.C. Law Rev. 1635 (2006)

Abhijit V. Banerjee & Esther Duflo, Reputational Effects and the Limits of Contracting: A Study of the Indian Software Industry, 115 Quart. J. Econ. 989 (2000)

Carole Basri & Irving Kagan, Corporate Legal Departments (3rd ed. 2004)

Nicholas Beaumont and Amrik Sohal, Outsourcing in Australia, 24 Int’l J Ops. & Prod. Mgmt. 688 (2004)

David M. Brock, Tal Yaffe, and Mark Dembovsky, International Diversification and Performance: A Study of Global Law Firms, 12 J. Intl. Mgmt. 473 (2006)

The BTI Consulting Group, The 2001 BTI Client Service All-Stars, (2001)

The BTI Consulting Group, The 2002 BTI Client Service All-Stars, (2002)

The BTI Consulting Group, The 2004 BTI Client Service All-Stars, (2004)

The BTI Consulting Group, The 2003 BTI Tech-Savvy Team, (2003)

The BTI Consulting Group, The 2005 BTI Client Service All-Stars, (2004)

The BTI Consulting Group, The 2006 BTI Client Service All-Stars, (2005)

The BTI Consulting Group, BTI Power Rankings: The BTI Client Relationship Scorecard for Law Firms, (2005)

The BTI Consulting Group, The Survey of Client Service Performance for Law Firms: The BTI Client Service A-Team, (2006)

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Abram Chayes and Antonia Chayes, Corporate Counsel and the Elite Law Firm, 37 Stan. L. Rev. 277 (1985)

Frank B. Cross, Law Versus Economics, 17 L Soc Inq 653 (1992)

Frank B. Cross, The First Thing We Do, Let's Kill All the Economists: An Empirical Evaluation of the Effect of Lawyers on the United States Economy and Political System, 70 Tex. L. Rev. 645, 668-70 (1992)

Martin C. Daks, Compliance, Not Legal Fees, Named as GC’s Chief Concern, (Nov. 1, 2006) N. J. Law. J.,

Michael R. Darby and Edi Karni, Free Competition and the Optimal Amount of Fraud, 16 J. Law & Econ. 67 (1973).

Simon Domberger, The Contracting Organization: A Strategic Guide to Outsourcing (1998)

Uwe Dulleck & Rudolf Kerschbamer, On Doctors, Mechanics, and Computer Specialists: The Economics of Credence Goods, 44 J Econ. Lit. 5 (2006)

Jeffrey Ely, Drew Fudenberg, & David Levine, When Is Reputation Bad?  Unpublished (2005)

Jeffrey C. Ely and Jusso Valimaki, Bad Reputation, 118 Quart. J. Econ. 785 (2003).

Winand Emons, Credence Goods and Fraudulent Experts, 28 RAND J. Econ. 107 (1997)

C. R. Epp, Do Lawyers Impair Economic-Growth? 17 L Soc Inq 585 (1992)

Yuk-Fai Fong, When Do Experts Cheat and Whom Do They Target?  36 RAND J. Econ. 113 (2005)

Marc Galanter and Thomas Palay, Tournament of Lawyers:  The Growth and Transformation of the Big Law Firms (1991)

Robert Gans, 13 Simple Steps: What In-House Lawyers Wish Law Firms Knew, (Sept. 11, 2006) Legal Times,

Luis Garicano and Thomas Hubbard, Managerial Leverage Is Limited by the Extent of the Market: Hierarchies, Specialization, and the Utilization of Lawyers’ Human Capital,  50 J. Law & Econ. 1 (2007)

Stephen Gillers and Norman Dorsen, Regulation of Lawyers: Problems of Law and Ethics (1985)

Ronald Gilson, Value Creation by Business Lawyers: Legal Skills and Asset Pricing, 94 Yale L. J. 239 (1984)

Ronald Gilson, How Many Lawyers Does It Take to Change an Economy? 17 L Soc Inq 635 (1992)

Royston Greenwood, David L. Deephouse, & Stan Xiao Li, Ownership and Performance of Professional Service Firms, 28 Org. Studies 219 (2007)

Royston Greenwood, Stan Xiao Li, R. Prakash, & David L. Deephouse, Reputation, Diversification, and Organizational Explanations of Performance in Professional Service Firms, 16 Org. Sci. 661 (2005)

Boris Groysberg, Ashish Nanda and Nitin Nohria, The Risky Business of Hiring Stars, Harv. Bus. Rev. (May 1, 2004)

John Heinz and Edward Laumann, Chicago Lawyers:  The Social Structure of the Bar (1982)

John Heinz, Robert Nelson, Rebecca Sandefur, Edward Laumann, Urban Lawyers: The New Social Structure of the Bar (2005)

William D. Henderson, An Empirical Study of Single-Tier Versus Two-Tier Partnerships in the Am Law 200, 84 N.C. L. Rev. 1691 (2006).

Thomas N. Hubbard, An Empirical Examination of Moral Hazard in the Vehicle Inspection Market, 29 RAND J Econ. 406 (1998).

Thomas N. Hubbard, How Do Consumers Motivate Experts?  Reputational incentives in an Auto Repair Market, 45 J. Law & Econ. 437 (2002)

M. F. Iyigun and A. L. Owen, Entrepreneurs, Professionals, and Growth, 4 J Econ Growth 213 (1999)

Andrew L. Kaufman and David B. Wilkins, Problems in Professional Responsibility for a Changing Profession (4th ed., 2002)

Susanna M. Kim, Dual Identities and Dueling Obligations: Preserving Independence in Corporate Representation, 68 Tenn. L. Rev. 179 (2001)

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David M. Kreps and Robert Wilson, Reputation and Imperfect Information, 27 J. Econ. Theo. 253 (1982).

Anthony T. Kronman, The Lost Lawyer: Failing Ideals of the Legal Profession (1993)

David N. Laband & John P. Sophocleus, The Social Cost of Rent-Seeking: First Estimates, 58 Pub. Choice 269 (1988)

Emmanuel Lazega, Teaming Up and Out?  Getting Durable Cooperation in a Collegial Organization, 16 Eur. Soc. Rev. 245 (2000)

Emmanuel Lazega and Marijtje van Duijin, Positon in Formal Structure, Personal Characteristics, and Choices of Advisors in a Law Firm: A Logistic Regression Model for Dyadic Network Data, 19 Soc. Netwks 375 (1997)

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Arthur L. Liman, Lawyer: A Life of Counsel and Controversy (1998)

John A. List, The Behavioralist Meets the Market: Measuring Social Preferences and Reputation Effects in Actual Transactions, 114 J. Pol. Econ. 1 (2006)

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Stephen P. Magee et al., Black Hole Tariffs and Endogenous Policy Theory (1989)

Paul Milgrom and John Roberts, Predation, Reputation, and Entry Deterrence, 27 J. Econ. Theo. 280 (1982).

Nancy J. Moore, Conflicts of Interest for In-House Counsel: Issues Emerging from the
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Kevin M. Murphy et al., The Allocation of Talent: Implications For Growth, 106 Q.J. Econ. 503 (1991)

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Bruce M. Price, How Green Was My Valley?  An Examination of Tournament Theory as a Governance Mechanism in Silicon Valley Law Firms, 37 Law & Soc. Rev. 731 (2003)

James Brian Quinn and Frederick G. Hilmer, Strategic Outsourcing, 35 Sloan Mgmt. Rev. 43 (Summer 1994)

James B. Rebitzer & Lowell J. Taylor, When Knowledge Is an Asset: Explaining the Organizational Structure of Large Law Firms, The Levy Economics Institute of Bard College, Working Paper No. 477 (2006)

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Robert Rosen, The Inside Counsel Movement, Professional Judgment and Organizational Representation, 64 Ind. L. J. 479 (1989)

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Richard H. Sander, Elevating the Debate on Lawyers and Economic-Growth, 17 L Soc Inq 659 (1992)

Richard H. Sander & E. Douglass Williams, Why Are There So Many Lawyers? Perspectives on a Turbulent Market, 14 Law & Soc. Inquiry 431 (1989)

Kellie Schmitt, Corporate Diversity Demands Put Pressure on Outside Counsel, (Dec. 28, 2006) The Recorder,

Henry Schneider, Agency Problems and Reputation in Expert Services: Evidence from Auto Repair, Cornell University, Johnson School Research Paper Series #15-07 (2007)

Steven L. Schwarcz, To Make or to Buy:  In-House Lawyering and Value Creation, Working paper (Nov. 2000)

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Erwin O. Smigel, The Wall Street Lawyer (1964)

Larry Smith, Inside/Outside: How Businesses Buy Legal Services (2001)

Barry Solomon, Competitive Intelligence: A Tool for Selecting Outside Counsel, (Nov. 6, 2006) The Corporate Counselor,

James B. Stewart, The Partners (1983)

Mark C. Suchman and Mia L. Cahill, The Hired Gun as Facilitator: Lawyers and the Suppression of Business Disputes in Silicon Valley, 21 Law and Social Inquiry 679 (1996)

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Asher Wolinsky, Competition in a Market for Informed Experts’ Services, 24 Rand J. Econ. 380 (1993)

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