5-8-03 Ian Ayres & John Donohue's Lack of data sharing etiquette
6-7-03 John Donohue's letter to the Columbus Dispatch
6-9-03 Plassmann and Whitley's statement on the Stanford Law Review Debate
6-12-03 Plassmann's take on the empirical issues involved in the debate
6-13-03 David N. Mayer's response to Donohue in the Columbus Dispatch & a review on The Bias Against Guns
7-25-03 Stanford Law Review's "Clarification" of Ayres and Donohue's Reply
8-20-03 Exchange over letter in St. Louis Post-Dispatch
10-14-03 Donohue's attack in the Wichita Eagle (Kansas)
11-30-04 Donohue withdraws from Thursday's University of Chicago debate on Guns with only two days to go
4-7-05 Debate with John Donohue at the University of Chicago is again canceled, this time with only six days to go
4-21-05 Letter in Thursday's WSJ
5-7-05 Abortion and Crime "debate" at the University of Chicago Scheduled for May 25th
5-10-05 John Donohue's inaccurate claims
7-24-2005 Revisiting John Donohue's cancelling of our gun debate last fall
11-24-2007 Copying is the sincerest form of flattery?
8-12-2008 "What Passes for Debate Among the Left in Academia"
10-28-2008 Guns Reduce Crime Debate sponsored by Intelligence Squared US
11-03-2008 Carlisle E. Moody and Thomas B. Marvell discuss Ayres and Donohue research
11-13-2011 Note on John Donohue's latest paper
4-01-2012 New paper: "Trust But Verify: Lessons for the Empirical Evaluation of Law and Policy"
10-17-2012 John Donohue's admitted mistakes in claims about John Lott's research (see also
this paper and this one for more details discussions).