The faculty of the Indiana University Maurer School of Law has a long history of scholarship. The Jerome Hall Law Library attempts to obtain at least two copies of all books authored by the Maurer faculty, one for our general collection and one for the faculty writings collection in our Rare Book Room. Additionally we collect copies of books authored or edited by others, but containing chapters by Maurer faculty. This digital gallery is just a sample of some of the recent books produced by our faculty. If available, links to electronic versions of the book or chapter are included.
Arrangement is by publication year, then by the last name of the faculty member authoring the publication. Use the search box, in the upper left-hand corner, to find a specific author/title.
Elizabeth M. Guggenheimer and Deborah A. Widiss
This manual is designed for nonprofit managers, lawyers and anyone who works with nonprofit organizations striving to make a difference in the lives of school-age children. Topics include: getting started and incorporation, hiring and training employees, understanding and reducing potential liability, and other regulatory and legal issues under New York law pertinent to programs serving school-age children. It contains examples of legal documents.
"To understand the history and spirit of America, one must know its wars, its laws, and its presidents. To really understand it, however, one must also know its cheeseburgers, its love songs, and its lawn ornaments. The long-awaited Guide to the United States Popular Cultureprovides a single-volume guide to the landscape of everyday life in the United States. Scholars, students, and researchers will find in it a valuable tool with which to fill in the gaps left by traditional history. All American readers will find in it, one entry at a time, the story of their lives."—Robert Thompson, President, Popular Culture Association
"At long last popular culture may indeed be given its due within the humanities with the publication of The Guide to United States Popular Culture. With its nearly 1600 entries, it promises to be the most comprehensive single-volume source of information about popular culture. The range of subjects and diversity of opinions represented will make this an almost indispensable resource for humanities and popular culture scholars and enthusiasts alike."—Timothy E. Scheurer, President, American Culture Association
"The popular culture of the United States is as free-wheeling and complex as the society it animates. To understand it, one needs assistance. Now that explanatory road map is provided in this Guide which charts the movements and people involved and provides a light at the end of the rainbow of dreams and expectations."—Marshall W. Fishwick, Past President, Popular Culture Association
Features to The Guide to United States Popular Culture: 1,010 pages 1,600 entries 500 contributors Alphabetic entries Entries range from general topics (golf, film) to specific individuals, items, and events Articles are supplemented by bibliographies and cross references Comprehensive index
Professor Sanders contributed the entry "Television Town Meetings."
Alfred C. Aman
Globalization is dramatically reshaping policy landscapes, thereby creating new opportunities and threats for governments and firms. The resultant restructuring of policy spaces requires an emphasis on the need to cope with globalization, since the distribution of its costs and benefits is asymmetrical across countries, sectors, firms and factors. Unlike previous books, Coping with Globalization concentrates firmly on conceptual issues, in order to consider in detail the coping strategies of both firms and governments.
Professor Aman's contribution, chapter 4, is titled "Globalization and Federalism: Governance at the Domestic Level".
Alfred C. Aman
Globalization and Governance is a completely up-to-date, impartial survey of a variety of perspectives on what constitutes governance and how globalization may impact governance and the state. Eleven essays and a thorough introduction provide a theoretical framework and a literature overview. Unlike most books on the subject, this does not espouse any ideological agenda and examines the topical subject of globalization in a conceptually rigorous way.
Professor Aman's contribution, chapter 10, is titled "Administrative Law for a New Century".
Alfred C. Aman
The book explores the many legal and economic challenges emerging from the liberalization process engaged by the European Community with respect to state monopolies. It is divided into three parts. Taking a sectoral approach, the first part is devoted to expert analyses of the liberalization measures adopted by the Community in the areas of telecommunications, postal services, energy and air and rail transport. The objective is to provide a detailed and up-to-date review of the most significant developments that have taken place in these key industry sectors.
The second part deals with more conceptual issues, such as the impact of the liberalization process on consumer protection and public service obligations. It also analyzes the main issues emerging from the creation of `strategic alliances' in the telecommunications and aviation sectors.
The third part takes a comparative and international law perspective. It examines the extent to which monopolies have been opened to competition in the United States and the lessons which may be drawn from the American experience. It also discusses the liberalization measures negotiated in the framework of the World Trade Organization, with a special reference to the agreement recently concluded in the area of telecommunications.
The papers written in the book are by leading experts on state monopolies, and take a pluridisciplinary approach covering not only legal but also economic and political science issues.
Professor Aman's contribution is titled "Deregulation in the United States: Transition to the Promised Land, A New Regulatory Paradigm, or Back to the Future?".
Kevin D. Brown
This 6-volume update of the 1987 Dartmouth Medal winner includes all of the material from the original 4-volume set and 1992 Supplement, as well as updated original articles and completely new articles covering recent concepts and court cases since 1992. New material (which is alphabetically integrated throughout the set) covers such topics as adoption, race, and the Constitution; birthright citizenship; Clinton v. Jones; disability discrimination; hate crimes; modern militias; Violence Against Women Act; and more. Appendices include a case index and primary documents.
The articles in the set provide comprehensive coverage of all aspects of constitutional law, as well as biographies of people who have had an impact on our government’s legal framework (supreme court justices, presidents, cabinet members, lawyers, and more). Judicial decisions handed down by the Supreme Court are also analyzed. Congressional laws, executive orders and other public acts that impacted our legal structure are also examined. Finally, articles also cover historical periods (of the Court as well as US historical eras). Contributors---all professionals (lawyers, historians, and political scientists) who had their own impact in the topics covered in this set---focused their writing on the constitutional aspects of the topics.
Professor Brown's entry is tilted "Afrocentric Schools".
Freedom of Expression and Freedom of Information: Essays in Honour of Sir David Williams (Jack Beatson and Yvonne M. Cripps)
Yvonne Cripps and Alfred C. Aman
This volume of essays examines two freedoms that play a central role in modern democracies: the free exchange and dissemination of ideas coupled with the principle of open, and therefore more accountable, government. Topics covered include freedom of speech, religion and assembly; defamation of the State and of politicians; and the protection of privacy.
Professor Aman's contribution, chapter 20, is titled "Information, Privacy, and Technology: Citizens, Clients, or Consumers?".
Professor Cripps's contribution, chapter 17, is titled "The Public Interest Disclosure Act 1998".
Jeffrey E. Stake
The Encyclopedia of Law and Economics is a monumental reference work that surveys the entire literature on law and economics in over 3,000 pages. The entries consist of two elements: a review of the literature written by an authority in the field and a bibliography which covers most of the published material in the particular area. The reviews are written in an accessible style which will be suitable for non-specialists, such as lawyers, judges, politicians and students as well as scholars of law and economics. This authoritative Encyclopedia will rapidly become established as a leading bibliographic and reference source in law and economics.
Professor Stake contributed the entry "Decomposition of Property Rights."
La Otra Guerra: El Derecho Como Continuación del Conflicto y Lenguaje de la Paz (Oscar Eduardo, Guardiola Rivera et al.)
Professor Ochoa's contribution is titled "Comparacion de Negociaciones de Paz en Conflictos Politicos y Etnicos: Los Casos de Irelanda del Norte y de Espana [Comparison of Peace Negotiations in Ethnic and Political Conflicts: The Cases of Northern Ireland and Spain.]"
Daniel H. Cole
Under socialism, Poland suffered tremendous environmental devastation. After socialism, Poland's environmental performance has improved remarkably. This book explains that system-specific institutions of socialism undermined environmental protection by creating regulatory conflicts of interest that led the Party/state to soften budget and law constraints on polluters. Those problems have diminished in post-Communist Poland as socialist legal, political and economic institutions have been replaced by liberal-democratic institutions and competitive markets. The analysis carries important implications for an institutional theory of environmental protection.
Jeffrey E. Stake and Kenneth G. Dau-Schmidt
A great deal of economics is in fact about law - the functioning of markets, property rights and their enforcement, financial obligations and so on. Yet these legal aspects and problems are almost never addressed in the academic study of economics. At the same time a great deal of law, an increasing proportion of litigation for example, is about economics, and yet the drafting and administration of laws often ignore economic principle.The New Palgrave Dictionary of Economics and the Law is uniquely placed by the quality, breadth and depth of its coverage to address this need for building bridges. Drawn from the ranks of academics and professional lawyers and economists in eight countries, the 340 contributors include the leading exponents of their specialities. Among them are Nobel laureates in economics and eminent legal scholars.The New Palgrave Dictionary of Economics and the Law will become a benchmark for reference of the highest quality.
Professor Dau-Schmidt's contribution is titled "Preference Shaping by the Law."
Professor Stake's contributions are titled "Inheritance Law" and "Land-Use Doctrines."
Stephen A. Conrad
This outstanding book assesses the whole sweep of American thought from the colonial era to the present day. Some two hundred and fifty scholars - from history, literature, religion, philosophy, political theory, and the social sciences - have written original and substantial essays on pivotal topics and figures in the history of American intellectual endeavor and achievement. Includes concise biographical entries, suggested further reading, extensive cross-references and a complete index.
Professor Conrad's contribution is titled "James Wilson."
Alfred C. Aman
The premise of this book is that law can be studies as discourse, as a conversation among many actors who speak languages laden with value. Some of these actors are the courts, Congress, state and local legislatures, the bar, the media and, indirectly but importantly, the people – society itself. In this book, we will examine the discourse generated in one area of the law – energy and natural resource law. What we call “the regulatory dialogue” is a conversation among various legal actors who often speak very different languages. Our subjects necessarily will range from human nature and the ethical implications of using certain energy sources to the cost of capital, its effect on the electric utility industry and other such practical concerns.
- From the author’s preface