Manne, Henry G.

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MANNE, Henry G.

MANNE, Henry G. American, b. 1928. Genres: Economics, Law. Career: Admitted to the Bar of the State of Illinois, and of the State of New York; corporate law practice, Chicago, 1953-54; Assistant Professor of Law, 1956-57, and Associate Professor of Law, 1959-62, St. Louis University, Missouri; Associate Professor, 1962-64, and Professor of Law, 1964-68, George Washington University, Washington, DC; Kenan Professor of Law, University of Rochester, NY, 1968-74; Distinguished Professor of Law, and Director, Law and Economics Center, University of Miami, Coral Gables, FL, 1974-80; Professor of Law, and Director, Law and Economics Center, Emory University, Atlanta, 1980-86; Dean and University Professor, 1986-96, and University Professor and Director of Development and Planning, 1996-2000, Emeritus, 2000-, George Mason University School of Law, Arlington, VA; Visiting Professor, University of Chicago Law School, 2001-. Publications: Insider Trading and the Stock Market, 1966; Supplementary Cases and Material for Business Association II, 1967; (with H.C. Wallich) The Modern Corporation and Social Responsibility, 1973; (ed.) Economic Policy and the Regulation of Corporate Securities, 1969; (with E. Solomon) Wall Street in Transition, 1974; The Economics of Legal Relationships, 1975; (co-ed.) Auto Safety Regulations, 1976; (ed. with J. Dorn) Economic Liberties and the Judiciary, 1987. Address: 15246 Burnaby Dr., Naples, FL 34110-7929, U.S.A.