J.D. Candidate, 2018, The University of Chicago Law School; Lieutenant Commander, U.S. Navy Reserve.
I would like to thank Professor Tom Ginsburg, Shiva Jayaraman, Joshua Eastby, Hannah Loo, Julia Kerr, Zeshawn Qadir, Scott Henney, Wallace Feng, Isabella Nascimento, and Caroline Wood for their helpful comments, as well as Joseph Carilli and Sarah Stancati for keeping the watch. The views expressed herein are my own and do not necessarily represent the views of the U.S. Government.
I would like to express my deep gratitude to Professor Dhammika Dharmapala for his thoughtful guidance throughout the writing process, as well as Jacob Grossman for his comments and numerous crucial edits. Additionally, I would like to thank my partner Alysson Malgieri for her infinite patience and emotional support at all times, everywhere.
Assistant Professor of Law, University of Chicago Law School. Email: email@example.com.
This paper was prepared for the “International Law as Behavior” Conference organized by the American Society of International Law and the University of Georgia School of Law. I would like to thank participants in that conference and Katherina Linos for helpful comments. I would also like to thank Vera Shikhelman and Katie Bass for research assistance, and the Baker Scholars Fund at the University of Chicago Law School for financial support.
Law and International Security Fellow, Stanford Law School and Stanford Center on International Security and Cooperation (CISAC), Stanford University; Senior Lecturer (Assistant Professor) and Director, Graduate Studies in Law and International Relations, Deakin Law School
The author wishes to thank Jenny Martinez, Robert MacCoun, Mariano-Florentino Cuellar, Mike Tomz, Lee Ross, Dan Ho, Beth Van-Schaack, Gabriella Blum, Beth Simmons, Paul Sniderman, Allen Winer, Charles Perrow, Karl Eikenberry, Bernadette Meyler, David Sloss, and Alison Renteln for their thoughtful comments, suggestions, and advice. The article benefitted greatly from the thoughtful editing of Katharine Wies and the editorial team of the Chicago Journal of International Law. I am also grateful for the comments I received from the participants of the 2016 Empirical Legal Studies Conference, Duke University; 2016 American Society of International Law (ASIL) Annual Meeting ‘New Voices’ panel, Washington, DC; the 2016 Harvard Experimental Political Science Conference, Harvard University; and the 2014 Northern California International Law Scholars Workshop, U.C. Hastings. This research project was made possible thanks to the generous financial support of the Christiana Shi Stanford Interdisciplinary Award in International Studies (SIGF), the Stanford Laboratory for the Study of American Values (SLAV), the CISAC Zuckerman research grant, and the Freeman Spogli Institute Research Grant.
Sungjoon Cho is a Professor of Law, Chicago-Kent College of Law. Jacob Radecki is an Associate at Levin & Perconti. Cecilia Suh is an Associate at Funkhouser Vegosen Liebman & Dunn. We thank Claire Kelly, Kenneth Abbott, Duncan Snidal, David Levi-Faur, Timothy Lytton, Joel Trachtman and participants of SASE Regulatory Intermediaries Workshop in London and the WTO 20 Conference at Harvard Law School for their helpful feedback. Kathleen Mallon provided excellent research assistance.
Associate Professor, Indiana University; Director, Ostrom Workshop Program on Cybersecurity and Internet Governance; Research Fellow, Harvard Kennedy School Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs; Senior Fellow, Center for Applied Cybersecurity Research.