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Tillman, Seth Barrett
2017
Unknown
Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy
Business Transactions and President Trump’s “Emoluments” Problem
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The journal this article was published in was: an ELSEVIER/SCOPUS/SJR-ranked law journal, a JCR-ranked law journal, and has an A ranking from the Australia Research Council's last reference. This journal was also ranked at 49 of 1547 ranked law journals in the Washington & Lee law journal rankings: a top-5% journal.This journal has a A** ranking from Deakin. It has been cited 19 times (as of October 4, 2019). Recently, it has been argued that the term “emoluments” — as used in the Constitution’s Foreign Emoluments Clause and Presidential Emoluments Clause — reaches any pecuniary advantage, benefit, or profit arising in connection with business transactions for value. There is good reason to doubt the correctness of this position.
Cambridge, Massachusetts
0193-4872
https://ssrn.com/abstract=2957162
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