6 edition of Economic analysis of law found in the catalog.
|Statement||Richard A. Posner.|
|LC Classifications||K487.E3 P67 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxi, 802 p. :|
|Number of Pages||802|
|LC Control Number||98107107|
Economic analysis of law / by: Posner, Richard A. Published: () Economic analysis of law / by: Posner, Richard A. Published: () The University of Chicago. How can a person with no economic education (a bachelor's degree in English literature and a J.D. in law) write "authoritative" books on "economic analysis of law", which is then taught in universities? Posner was a judge, regulator of the legal profession. As a regulator, he would not allow anybody without a law degree to practice law in his by: Economic Analysis of Law is beyond critics. It's a classic in the literature of Law and Economics, a true required reading. It combines a large perspective of subjects in Law and Economics 4/5(10). Many great features make this text an ideal option for your classroom: maintains its standing as the preeminent work in the field, covering the legal-economic perspective on all key areas, from common law to the Constitution - presents the expertise of a highly distinguished author, pioneer in law 4/5.
Economic Analysis of Law, Eighth Edition, written by the pioneer in law and economics analysis, Richard A. Posner, remains the classic text in its field. 10 rows Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every . questions, the approach employed in economic analysis of law is that used in economic analysis generally: the behavior of individuals and firms is described assuming that they are forward looking and rational, and the framework of welfare economics is adopted . example of the type of analysis in the book. This is a textbook for law students, intending to teach economic principles while conducting a survey of the rules and institutions of the legal system, summarizing, and extending the.
Economic analysis of law is the field defined by the use of economics to analyze legal phenomena and the functioning of the legal system. Introduction The purpose of this entry is not to identify the central claims upon which rests an “economic analysis of law.”. Notes to The Economic Analysis of Law 1. With the rise of behavioral economics, it may no longer be appropriate to place rationality at the core of economics. Rationality, however, still plays a central role in economics as behavioral economics typically considers at least some actors in a market rational. POSNERIAN JURISPRUDENCE AND ECONOMIC ANALYSIS OF LAW: THE VIEW FROM THE BENCH GEORGE M. COHENt Judge Richard A. Posner, of the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit, is a renowned scholar in the field of law and economics. Since his appointment to the bench, on December 4, Economic Analysis of Law. Summary of Contents. Part I. Law and Economics: An Introduction 1. The Nature of Economic Reasoning 2. The Economic Approach to Law. Part II. The Common Law 3. Property 4. Contract Rights and Remedies 5. Family Law and Sex Law 6. Tort Law 7. Criminal Law 8. The Common Law, Legal History, and Jurisprudence. Part III.
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A book -- I read the first or second edition -- the changed my life. Long before Posner became a grumpy old man, this work defined the field of law and economics, in a way that, for the first time for me, seemed to make sense of both.4/5.
Economic Analysis of Law is beyond critics. It's a classic in the literature of Law and Economics, a true required reading. It combines a large perspective of subjects in Law and Economics with the right level of depth.
Read more. One person found this 4/5(10). Economic Analysis of Law, Eighth Edition, written by the pioneer in law and economics analysis, Richard A.
Posner, remains the classic text in its field. This lucid, comprehensive casebook covers every aspect of the economic analysis of the law, including the common law, public regulation of the market, business organizations and financial markets, the distribution of income and.
'Professor Wittman collects some of the best and most provocative works on law and economics in this one book. An excellent entry point for those who are new to the field, this book is also a terrific resource for those who already. The title of this book is misleading. It is a book about economics and economic theory, but not about economic analyses, or econometrics.
My rating on comprehensiveness is referring directly to the lack of applied econometric and economic analysis material as you would find in a text as by Stock and Watson, or Angrist, et al4/5(3).
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OCLC Number: Description: xi, pages illustrations 25 cm: Contents: The economic approach to law --The common ty ; Contracts ; Crimes and torts ; The unity of the common law --Public regulation of the theory of monopoly ; The antitrust laws ; A note on labor law ; Public utility and common carrier regulation ; The choice between regulation and.
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study of the interrelation of law and economics to which Economic. Analysis of Law is a by: 2. POSNERIAN JURISPRUDENCE AND ECONOMIC ANALYSIS OF LAW: THE VIEW FROM THE BENCH GEORGE M.
COHENt Judge Richard A. Posner, of the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit, is a renowned scholar in the field of law and economics. Since his appointment to the bench, on December 4, ,Author: George M. Cohen. Contract law governs agreements between parties.
This paper contains the chapters on contract law from a general, forthcoming book, Foundations of Economic Analysis of Law (Harvard University Press, ). Chapter 13 presents an overview of Cited by: 9. The economic analysis of law (sometimes called "law and economics") has arguably been the most influential development in legal scholarship of the last fifty years.
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1 The field, however, is far from mature; one. Law and Economics, today, reflects a similar division. There are many Benthamites—Economic Analysts of Law—around. These scholars look at the legal world from the standpoint of existing economic theory.
And if the world does not do what that theory seems to suggest it ought to do, they dismiss the world as irrational. INTERVENTIONISM: AN ECONOMIC ANALYSIS by Ludwig von Mises Edited by Bettina Bien Greaves The Alternative: Statutory Law Versus Economic Law 2.
The Reaction of the Market 3. Minimum Wages and Unemployment 4. The Political Consequences of Unemployment the manuscript for this book. Foundations of Economic Analysis is a book by Paul A. Samuelson published in (Enlarged ed., ) by Harvard University is based on Samuelson's doctoral dissertation at Harvard book sought to demonstrate a common mathematical structure underlying multiple branches of economics from two basic principles: maximizing behavior of agents.
About the Book. Lucid, comprehensive, and definitive in its field, this text covers every aspect of economic analysis of the law.
Features: The preeminent work in the field, covering the legal-economic perspective on all key areas, from common law to the constitution.; Highly distinguished author, the pioneer in law and economics analysis. Economic analysis of law applies the tools of microeconomic theory to the analysis of legal rules and institutions.
Ronald Coase  and Guido Calabresi  are generally identified as the seminal articles but Commons  and Hale  among others had brought economic thinking to the study of law in the s and s.
law, taxation, and accident law. Bywhen the firstedition of Economic Analysis of Law was copyrighted (actual book publi-cation was not until ), research in other areas had proceeded to the point where it was possible to conceive of the application of economics across the whole range of le-gal fields.
My book was the firsteffort todo. University of Chicago Law School, Program in Law and Economics Working Paper 53 2 consumer protection, and other areas new to economists had appeared and the rough shape of the mature field was discernible.
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Economic analysis of law by Richard A. Posner; 9 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Economic aspects of Law, Trade regulation, Economic aspects, open_syllabus_project, Law, Law and economics; Places: United States.
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The WTO Case Law of Legal and EconomicThis book brings together the output of the American Law Institute (ALI) project on World Trade Organization Law.
Each chapter focuses on a different dispute from the adjudicating bodies of the WTO. Each case is jointly evaluated by well known experts in trade law and international economics. The law’s answer is "no." n37 The economic explanation is that a building is functional as well as formal or decorative, so that if the architect could prevent the copying of the design elements visible in the building he would have much fuller property-right protection than copyright law (with its very long term) envisages.
The analogy to. “ Law and economics,” also known as the economic analysis of law, differs from other forms of legal analysis in two main ways. First, the theoretical analysis focuses on efficiency. In simple terms, a legal situation is said to be efficient if a right is.
This book examines the main issues arising in economic analysis of contract law with special attention given to the incomplete contracts.
It discusses both the main features of contract law as they relate to the problem of economic exchange, and how the relevant legal rules and the institutions can be analysed from an economic : Palgrave Macmillan. The modern field of “law and economics” (that is, of economic analysis of law) dates from the s.
Until then, Jeremy Bentham’s economic analysis of criminal law having been forgotten, economics was thought relevant to only a few fields of law, all commercial—antitrust law, public utility and common carrier regulation, and tax law.Economic Analysis of Law (Fourth Edition) by Richard A. Posner and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at - Economic Analysis of Law by Richard a Posner - AbeBooks.Law and Economics deals with the economic analysis of legal relations, legal provisions, laws and regulations and is a research field which has a long tradition in economics.
It was lost after the expulsion of some of the leading economists from Germany .