Sponsored Books and Volumes
“Essays on Growth: Economic and Biological.” Essays prepared in conjunction with the “Workshop on Growth,” Stanford University, October 12, 2012.
Publication in Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization (JEBO) of the results of the Gruter Institute’s Moral Markets project (article summary of book of same title). Citation: “Moral Markets” in, Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 77 (2011) 212–233. (Reprint provided herewith)
“Rules for Growth: Promoting Innovation and Growth Through Legal Reform.” Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation, 2011. (Note: Chapter by Oliver R. Goodenough – “Digital Firm Formation”)
“Digital Firm Formation”, Chapter by Oliver R. Goodenough, in“Rules for Growth: Promoting Innovation and Growth Through Legal Reform.” Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation, 2011.
Moral Markets: The Critical Role of Values in the Economy (2008) Paul J. Zak, Editor, Princeton University Press.
The Mind of the Market: Compassionate Apes, Competitive Humans, and Other Tales from Evolutionary Economics (2007) Michael Shermer, Times Books.
Law and the Brain (2006) Semir Zeki and Oliver Goodenough, Editors, Oxford University Press, Oxford
Symposium: Must We Choose Between Rationality and Irrationality (2005) Claire A. Hill, Editor, Chicago Kent Law Review, Vol. 80, No. 3, 2005.
Modes of Thought, (1995) W. Fikentscher, Mohr Siebeck Verlag, Tuebingen, Germany; 2nd ed. 2004.
Hastings Women’s Law Journal Symposium: Sexual Trafficking (2002) Hastings Women’s Law Journal, Vol. 13, No. 1, Winter, 2002.
Symposium: ASU-Gruter Conference on Law, Behavioral Biology and Economics (2001) Owen Jones, Editor, Jurimetrics, Vol. 41, No. 3, Spring 2001.
Korruption, Reziprozität und Recht, (2000). Schriften zur Rechtspsychologie, Band 4, Wolfgang Fikentscher and R. Jakob, Editors, Stämpfli.Verlag AG, Bern.
Gene, Kultur und Recht, (2000). Schriften zur Rechtspsychologie, Band 5, W. Fikentscher,
M. Usteri and W. Wickler, Editors, Staempfli Verlag AG, Bern.
Searching for Justice and Living Without It, (1999) M. Gruter with Eric Morhenn. Gruter Institute for Law and Behavioral Research, Publisher, Portola Valley, CA.
Law and Evolutionary Biology, (1999) Lawrence A. Frolik, Editor, with Wolfgang Fikentscher and Gerti Dieker. Gruter Institute for Law and Behavioral Research, Publisher, Portola Valley, CA.
Normative Verhaltensforschung: Ethologische Grundlagen der Rechtsverhaltensforschung – Epigenetics and the Law, Texts and Materials, a Reader, (1998) Wolfgang Fikentscher and Sebastian Kuck, Tauberbischofsheim Conference of the Gruter Institute for Law and Behavioral Research and the Max-Planck Institute for Behavioral Physiology, Seewiesen Post Starnberg, sponsored by StiftungVolkswagenwerk, Hanover/Germany, 17 to 20 September 1998, Munich 1998.
Gewalt in der Kleingruppe und das Recht, (1997) M.Gruter and M. Rehbinder, Editors, Stämpfli Verlag AG Bern.
Law, Human Behavior and Evolution, in The Journal of Contemporary Legal Issues, (vol. 8, 1997) University of San Diego School of Law.
Modes of Thought, (1995) W. Fikentscher. J.C.B. Mohr (Paul Siebeck) Verlag, Tuebingen, Germany.
Human Nature and the New Europe, (1993) M. T. McGuire and Gruter Institute, Editors. Westview Press, Boulder, CO.
Rechtsverhalten – Biologische Grundlagen mit Beispielen aus dem Familien- und Umweltrecht, (1993) M. Gruter, with an introduction to the German edition by Wolfgang Fikentscher, Verlag Dr. Otto Schmidt, Köln, Germany.
Der Faktor Mensch im neuen Europa, (1993) M.T. McGuire and Gruter Institute, Editors, Luchterhand Verlag, Kriftel, Germany.
Biology, Law and the Environment, (1993) M. T. McGuire and M. Rehbinder, Editors, Duncker & Humblot Verlag, Berlin, Germany.
Law and Democracy in the New Russia, (1993) B. Smith and G. Danilenko, Editors. The Brookings Institution Press, Washington, DC.
The Neurotransmitter Revolution, (1993) R. D. Masters and M. T. McGuire, Editors. Southern Illinois University Press, Carbondale, IL.
The Sense of Justice: An Inquiry into the Biological Foundations of Law, (1992) R. D. Masters and M. Gruter, Editors. Sage Publications, Newbury Park, CA.
Law, Biology and Culture, Second Edition (1992) M. Gruter and P. Bohannan, Editors. McGraw-Hill Primis.
Biology, Law and Human Social Behavior. An Interdisciplinay Reader, (1992) R. D. Masters, Editor. McGraw-Hill Primis.
Behavior, Evolution and the Sense of Justice, M. Gruter, Editor. American Behavioral Scientist (Vol. 34, Jan./Feb.1991) Sage Publications, Newbury Park, CA.
Law and the Mind: Biological Origins of Human Behavior, (1991) M. Gruter. Sage Publications, Newbury Park, CA.
In the Matter of “Baby M,” Report from the Gruter Institute for Law & Behavioral Research, by Robin Fox, in Politics and the Life Sciences, Vol. 7, No. 1 (August 1988) pp. 77-85.
Ablehnung – Meidung – Ausschluþ, in Schriftenreihe zur Rechtssoziologie und Rechtstatsachenforschung, Band 60 (1986) M. Gruter and M. Rehbinder, Editors. Duncker & Humblot, Berlin.
Ostracism: A Social and Biological Phenomenon, (1986) M. Gruter and R. Masters, Editors. Elsevier, New York, available only through the Gruter Institute, Portola Valley, CA.
Law, Biology and Culture: The Evolution of Law (1983) M. Gruter and P. Bohannan, Editors. Ross-Erikson, available only through the Gruter Institute, Portola Valley, CA.
Appearing in the offerings of The Berkeley Electronic Press, the Gruter Institute Working Papers Series and the Gruter Institute Classics Series are part of the research program of the Gruter Institute for Law and Behavioral Research, which brings together a network of international scholars to focus on the intersection of law, economics, and the social sciences with biology. To view published papers, please visit http://www.bepress.com/giwp.
Other Recommended Books and Scholarly Articles
The Research Fellows of the Institute and others who have attended the Gruter Institute programs have published numerous scholarly books, book chapters, and articles drawing on their work and experiences with the Institute. The following is a sampling of this work, with an emphasis on law-related publications:
Books and Book Chapters
Browne, Kingsley, Biology at Work: Rethinking Sexual Equality (2002)
Browne, Kingsley, Divided Labours: An Evolutionary View of Women at Work (1998)
de Waal, Frans, Good Natured: The Origins of Right and Wrong in Humans and Other Animals (1996)
de Waal, Frans, Chimpanzee Politics: Power and Sex Among the Apes (2000)
Frank, Robert H., What Price the Moral High Ground? (2003)
Frank, Robert H., Adaptive Rationality in the Moral Emotions in Handbook of Affective Sciences (Davidson, Schere and Goldsmith eds., 2003)
Goldsmith, Timothy and William Zimmerman, Biology, Evolution, and Human Nature (2000)
Goodenough, Oliver R., Law and the Biology of Commitment in Evolution and the Capacity for Commitment (Randolph M. Nesse, Ed. 2001)
Rubin, Paul, Darwinian Politics (2002)
Wright, Robert, NonZero: The Logic of Human Destiny (2001)
Articles and Papers
Badcock, Christopher, Reciprocity and the Law, 22 Vermont L. Rev. 295 (1998)
Browne, Kingsley R., Sex and Temperament in Modern Society: A Darwinian View of the Glass Ceiling and the Gender Gap, 37 AZ. L. J. 972 (1995)
Coletta, Raymond R., Biotechnology and the Creation of Ethics, 32 McGeorge L. Rev. 89 (2000)
Coletta, Raymond R., The Measuring Stick of Regulatory Takings: A Biological and Cultural Analysis, 1 J. of Con. L. 20 (1998)
Denno, Deborah W., Gender Differences in Biological and Sociological Predictors of Crime, 22 Vermont L. Rev. 305 (1998)
Elliott, E. Donald, The Genome and the Law: Or Should Increased Genetic Knowledge Change the Law?, 25 Harv. J. of L. & Pub. Pol’y 61 (2002)
Elliott, E. Donald, The Tragi-Comedy of the Commons: Evolutionary Biology, Economics and Environmental Law, 20 Virginia J. Envir. L. 17 (2001)
Fikentscher & McGuire, A Four-Function Theory of Biology for Law, 25 Rechtstheorie 291 (1994)
Fikentscher, Wolfgang, Cultural Complexity, SFI Working Paper No. 98-10-087, Santa Fe Institute, Santa Fe, New Mexico 1998; abridged version: Cultural Complexity: Legal Ethnographical Observations, Festschrift Bernhard Grossfeld, Heidelberg: Verlag Recht und Wirtschaft, 197-225 (1999).
Frolik, Lawrence, The Biological Roots of the Undue Influence Doctrine: What’s Love Got to Do With It?, 57 U. Pitt. L. Rev. 841 (1996)
Geddes, Rick and Paul J. Zak, The Rule of One-Third, 31 J. Legal Stud. 119 (2002)
Geu, Thomas E., The Tao of Jurisprudence: Chaos, Brain Science, Synchronicity, and the Law, 61 Tenn. L. Rev. 933 (1994)
Geu, Thomas E., Chaos, Complexity, and Coevolution: The Web of Law, Management Theory, and Law Related Services at the Millennium, 65 Tenn. L. Rev. 925 (1998)
Geu,Thomas E., Policy and Science: A Review Essay of Wilson’s Consilience:The Unity of Knowledge, 44 S. South Dakota L. Rev. 612 (1999)
Goldsmith, Timothy H. & Owen D. Jones, Evolutionary Biology and Behavior: A Brief Overview and Some Important Concepts, 39 Jurimetrics 131 (1999) (Symposium Issue)
Goodenough, Oliver R., Mapping Cortical Areas Associated with Legal Reasoning and Moral Intuition, 41 Jurimetrics 429 (2001)
Goodenough, Oliver R., Information Replication in Culture: Three Modes for the Transmission of Culture Elements Through Observed Action, Proceedings of the AISB’99 Symposium on Imitation in Animals and Artifacts (Sussex, The Society for the Study of Artificial Intelligence and the Simulation of Behavior, 1999)
Goodenough, Oliver R., Biology, Behavior, and Criminal Law: Seeking a Responsible Approach to an Inevitable Interchange, 22 Vermont L. Rev. 263 (1998)
Goodenough, Oliver R., Mind Viruses: Culture, Evolution and the Puzzle of Altruism, 34 Soc. Sci. Info. 287 (1995)
Grady, M. & M. McGuire, A Theory of the Origin of Natural Law, 8 J. Contemp. L. Issues 87 (1997)
Gruter, Margaret, Behavior, Evolution and the Sense of Justice, 34 Am. Behav. Sci. (Jan./Feb. 1991)
Gruter, Margaret, The Origins of Legal Behavior, J. Social Biol. Struct. 2 (1979)
Gruter, Margaret, Law in Sociobiological Perspective, 5 Fl. St. L. Rev. 181 (1977)
Hanna, Cheryl, Ganging Up on Girls: Young Women and Their Emerging Violence, 41 Ariz. L. Rev. 93 (1999) (Symposium Issue)
Hanna, Cheryl, Can A Biological Inquiry Help Reduce Male Violence Against Women?, 22 Vermont L. Rev. 333 (1998)
Hoffman, Morris B. & Timothy H. Goldsmith, The Biological Roots of Punishment, 1 Ohio State Journal of Criminal Law 1:2 (Spring 2004)
Jones, Owen D., Law and Behavioral Biology (with Timothy Goldsmith), Columbia Law Review 105:405 (2005)
Jones, Owen D., Law, Evolution, and the Brain: Applications and Open Questions, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society: Biological Sciences 359:1697 (2004)
Jones, Owen D., Time-Shifted Rationality and the Law of Law’s Leverage: Behavioral Economics Meets Behavioral Biology, 95 Northwestern University Law Review 1141 (2001)
Jones, Owen D., Proprioception, Non-law, and Biolegal History, The University of Florida Dunwody Distinguished Lecture in Law, 53 Florida Law Review 831 (2001)
Jones, Owen D., The Evolution of Irrationality, 41 Jurimetrics 289 (2001) (Symposium Issue)
Jones, Owen D., Science and Human Behavior: A Reply, 41 Jurimetrics 371 (2001) (Symposium Issue)
Jones, Owen D., Realities of Rape: Of Science and Politics, Causes and Meanings, 86 Cornell Law Review 1386 (2001)(review essay)
Jones, Owen D., Evolutionary Analysis in Law: Some Objections Considered, Symposium Issue: DNA, 67 Brooklyn Law Review 207 (2001)
Jones, Owen D., On The Nature of Norms: Biology, Morality, and The Disruption of Order, 98 Michigan Law Review 2072 (2000)(review essay).
Jones, Owen D., An Evolutionary Analysis of Rape: Reflections on Transitions, 11 Hastings Women’s Law Journal 151 (2000).
Jones, Owen D., Law, Emotions, and Behavioral Biology, 39 Jurimetrics 283 (1999)
Jones, Owen D. & Dan Strouse, Introduction to the Symposium on Biology and Sexual Aggression, 39 Jurimetrics 113 (1999)
Jones, Owen D., Sex, Culture, and the Biology of Rape: Toward Explanation and Prevention, 87 California L. Rev. 827 (1999)
Jones, Owen D., Evolutionary Analysis in Law: An Introduction and Application to Child Abuse, 75 N.C. L. Rev. 1117 (1997)
Jones, Owen D., Law and Biology: Toward an Integrated Model of Human Behavior, 8 J. Contemp. L. Issues 167 (1997)
Jones, Owen D., Genes, Behavior, and Law, 5 Politics & The Life Sciences 101 (1996)
Jones, Owen D., Law and Evolutionary Biology: Obstacles and Opportunities, 10 J. Contemp. Health L. & Pol’y 265 (1994)
Korobkin, Russell, A Multi-Disciplinary Approach to Legal Scholarship: Economics, Behavioral Economics, and Evolutionary Psychology, 41 Jurimetrics 319 (2001) (Symposium Issue)
Kosfeld, Michael, & Markus Heinrichs, Paul J. Zak, Urs Fischbacher, Ernst Fehr, Oxytocin increases trust in humans, Nature 435, 673-676 (2 June 2005).
Masters, Roger D., Environmental Pollution and Crime, 22 Vermont L. Rev. 359 (1998)
McGinnis, John O., The Once and Future Property-Based Vision of the First Amendment, 63 Chicago L. Rev. 49 (1996)
McGinnis, John O., The Original Constitution and Our Origins, 19 Harv. J. of L. & Pub. Pol’y 251 (1996)
McGinnis, John, The Human Constitution and Constitutive Law, 8 J. Contemp. L. Issues 211 (1997)
O’Hara, Erin and Douglas Yarn, On Apology and Consilience, 77 Wash. L. Rev. 1121 (2002)
O’Hara, Erin Ann, Brain Plasticity and Spanish Moss in Biolegal Analysis, 53 Florida L. Rev. 905 (2001)
Rodgers, William H., Jr., Deception, Self-Deception, and Mythology: The Law of Salmon in the Pacific Northwest, 26 Pac. L. J. 821 (1995)
Rodgers, William H., Jr., Where Environmental Law And Biology Meet: Of Pandas’ Thumbs, Statutory Sleepers, And Effective Law, 65 U. Colo. L. Rev. 25 (1993)
Rodgers, William H., Jr., The Evolution of Cooperation in Natural Resources Law: The Drifter/Habitué Distinction, 38 U. Fla. L. Rev. 195 (1986)
Rodgers, William H., Jr., The Lesson of the Owl and the Crows: The Role of Deception in the Evolution of the Environmental Statutes, 4 J. Land Use & Envtl. l. 377 (1989)
Rodgers, William H., Jr., The Lesson of the Red Squirrel: Consensus and Betrayal in the Environmental Statutes, 5 J. Contemp. Health L. & Pol’y (1988)
Rubin, Paul H., The State of Nature and the Evolution of Political Preferences, American Law and Economics Review, Spring, 2001, 50-81.
Rubin, Paul H., Hierarchy, 11 Human Nature 259 (2000)
Rubin, Paul H., Group Selection and the Limits to Altruism, Journal of Bioeconomics, Journal of Bioeconomics, 2000, 9-23.
Rubin, Paul H., How Humans Make Political Decisions, Jurimetrics: The Journal of Law, Science and Technology, V. 41, No. 3, Spring, 2001, 337-357.
Ruhl, J.B., Complexity Theory as a Paradigm for the Dynamical Law-and-Society System: A Wake-Up Call for Legal Reductionism and the Modern Administrative State, 45 Duke L. J. 849 (1996)
Ruhl, J.B., The Fitness of Law: Using Complexity Theory to Describe the Evolution of Law and Society and its Practical Meaning for Democracy, 49 Vanderbilt Law Review 1407 (1996)
Stake, Jeffrey E., Pushing Evolutionary Analysis of Law or Evolving Law: Design Without a Designer, 53 Florida L. Rev. 875 (2001)
Stake Jeffrey E., Can Evolutionary Science Contribute to Discussions of Law?, 41 Jurimetrics 379 (2001) (Symposium Issue)
Stake, Jeffrey E., Are We Buyers or Hosts? A Memetic Approach to the First Amendment, 52 Alabama L. Rev. 1213 (2001)
Ulen, Thomas S., Evolution, Human Behavior, and Law: A Response to Owen Jones’ Dunwody Lecture, 53 Florida L. Rev. 931 (2001)
Waldbauer, Jacob R. and Michael S. Gazzaniga, The Divergence of Neuroscience and Law, 41 Jurimetrics 357 (2001) (Symposium Issue)
Zywicki, Todd, Evolutionary Psychology and the Social Sciences, Humane Studies Review 13(1)(Fall 2000)