Austrian law and economics [Research Reviews]

Rizzo, Mario J. and Douglas Glen Whitman (2009b), 'Little Brother is watching you: new paternalism on the slippery slopes', Arizona Law Review, 51 (3), 685-739. -- Smith, Vernon (2003), 'Constructivist and ecological rationality in economics', American Economic Review, 93 (3) (Ju...

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Main Author: Rizzo, Mario J.
Corporate Author: Edward Elgar Publishing
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Cheltenham Edward Elgar Pub. Ltd 2011
Series:Elgar research reviews in economics
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Summary:Rizzo, Mario J. and Douglas Glen Whitman (2009b), 'Little Brother is watching you: new paternalism on the slippery slopes', Arizona Law Review, 51 (3), 685-739. -- Smith, Vernon (2003), 'Constructivist and ecological rationality in economics', American Economic Review, 93 (3) (June), 465-508. -- Vanberg, Viktor (1986), 'Spontaneous market order and social rules: a critical examination of F.A. Hayek's theory of cultural evolution', Economics and Philosophy, 2, 75-100. -- Whitman, Douglas Glen (1998), 'Hayek contra Pangloss on evolutionary systems', Constitutional Political Economy, 9, 45-66. -- Rizzo, Mario J. (2009), 'The rules of abstraction', Review of Austrian Economics, 22, 21-41. -- Xenophon (1925), Cyropaedia, 2 volumes, trans. Walter Miller, Cambridge: Harvard University Press, Loeb Library, vol. 1, Appx. 3.4. -- Zywicki, Todd (2003), 'The rise and fall of efficiency in the common law: a supply-side analysis', Northwestern University Law Review, 97, 1551-663. --
Israel M. Kirzner (1979), 'Entrepreneurship, Entitlement, and Economic Justice', in Perception, Opportunity, and Profit: Studies in the Theory of Entrepreneurship, Chapter 12, Chicago, IL and London: University of Chicago Press, [originally published in (1978), Eastern Economic Journal, 4 (1), 9-25], 200-24 -- Carl Menger ([1963] 1985), 'The "Organic " Origin of Law and the Exact Understanding Thereof', in Louis Schneider (ed.), Investigations into the Method of the Social Sciences with Special Reference to Economics, [translated by Francis J. Nock], Appendix VIII, New York, NY and London: New York University Press, 223-34
A.I. Ogus (1989), 'Law and Spontaneous Order: Hayek's Contribution to Legal Theory', Journal of Law and Society, 16 (4), Winter, 393-409 -- Todd J. Zywicki and Anthony B. Sanders (2008), 'Posner, Hayek, and the Economic Analysis of Law', Iowa Law Review, 93 (2), February, 559-603 -- John Hasnas (2005), 'Hayek, the Common Law, and Fluid Drive', NYU Journal of Law and Liberty, 1 (0), 79-110 -- Scott A. Beaulier, Peter J. Boettke and Christopher J. Coyne (2005), 'Knowledge, Economics, and Coordination: Understanding Hayek's Legal Theory', NYU Journal of Law and Liberty, 1 (0), 209-23 -- Douglas Glen Whitman (1998), 'Hayek contra Pangloss on Evolutionary Systems', Constitutional Political Economy, 9 (1), March, 45-66 -- Suri Ratnapala (1993), 'The Trident Case and the Evolutionary Theory of F.A. Hayek', Oxford Journal of Legal Studies, 13 (2), Summer, 201-26 --
Gregory Scott Crespi (1998), 'Exploring the Complicationist Gambit: An Austrian Approach to the Economic Analysis of Law', Notre Dame Law Review, 73 (2), 315-83 -- Linda A. Schwartzstein (1994), 'An Austrian Economic View of Legal Process', Ohio State Law Journal, 55, 1049-78 -- Christopher T. Wonnell (1986), 'Contract Law and the Austrian School of Economics', Fordham Law Review, 54, 507-43 -- Elisabeth Krecké and Carine Krecké (2007), 'The Anti-Foundational Dilemma: Normative Implications for the Economic Analysis of Law', in Elisabeth Krecké, Carine Krecké and Roger G. Koppl (eds), Cognition and Economics. Advances in Austrian Economics, Volume 9, Amsterdam, The Netherlands: JAI Press, 201-33 -- Elisabeth Krecké (2004), 'Economic Analysis and Legal Pragmatism', International Review of Law and Economics, 23 (4), December, 421-37 --
James M. Buchanan (1969), 'Private and Social Cost', in Cost and Choice: An Inquiry in Economic Theory, Chapter 5, Chicago, IL: Markham Publishing Company, 70-83 -- Peter Lewin (1982), 'Pollution Externalities: Social Cost and Strict Liability', Cato Journal, 2 (1), Spring, 205-29 -- Roy E. Cordato (1996), 'Time Passage and the Economics of Coming to the Nuisance: Reassessing the Coasean Perspective', Campbell Law Review, 20, 273-92 -- Mario J. Rizzo (1985), 'Rules Versus Cost-Benefit Analysis in the Common Law', Cato Journal, 4 (3), Winter, 865-84 -- Douglas Glen Whitman (2009), 'The Rules of Abstraction', Review of Austrian Economics, 22 (1), March, 21-41
Walter Block and Thomas J. DiLorenzo (2000), 'Is Voluntary Government Possible? A Critique of Constitutional Economics', Journal of Theoretical and Institutional Economics, 156 (4), December, 567-82 -- Randall G. Holcombe (2004), 'Government: Unnecessary but Inevitable', Independent Review: A Journal of Political Economy, VIII (3), Winter, 325-42 -- Mario J. Rizzo (2005), 'The Problem of Moral Dirigisme: A New Argument Against Moralistic Legislation', NYU Journal of Law and Liberty, 1 (2), 789-843
Todd J. Zywicki (1998), 'Epstein and Polanyi on Simple Rules, Complex Systems, and Decentralization', Constitutional Political Economy, 9 (2), June, 143-50 -- Mario J. Rizzo and Douglas Glen Whitman (2003), 'The Camel's Nose is in the Tent: Rules, Theories, and Slippery Slopes', UCLA Law Review, 51 (2), December, 539-92 -- Douglas Glen Whitman and Mario J. Rizzo (2007), 'Paternalist Slopes', NYU Journal of Law and Liberty, 2 (3), 411-43 -- L.M. Lachmann (1971), 'On Institutions', in The Legacy of Max Weber, Berkeley, CA: The Glendessary Press, 49-91 -- Karol Boudreaux and Paul Dragos Aligica (2007), 'The Evolutionary Path', in Paths to Property: Approaches to Institutional Change in International Development, Chapter 6, London: The Institute of Economic Affairs, 71-9, references --
Karol Boudreaux and Paul Dragos Aligica (2007), 'An Intellectual Toolbox for the Creation of Property Rights', in Paths to Property: Approaches to Institutional Change in International Development, Chapter 8, London: The Institute of Economic Affairs, 84-99, references -- David A. Harper (2003), 'Institutions I: Rule of Law, Property and Contract', in Foundations of Entrepreneurship and Economic Development, Chapter 4, London and New York, NY: Routledge, 57-88, references -- David A. Harper (2003), 'Institutions II: Money, Political and Legal Decentralisation and Economic Freedom', in Foundations of Entrepreneurship and Economic Development, Chapter 5, London and New York, NY: Routledge, 89-126, references -- Peter J. Boettke, Christopher J. Coyne and Peter T. Leeson (2007), 'Saving Government Failure Theory from Itself: Recasting Political Economy from an Austrian Perspective', Constitutional Political Economy, 18 (2), June, 127-43 --
Hayek, F.A. (1960), 'Why I am not a Conservative', in The Constitution of Liberty, Chicago: University of Chicago Press, pp. 397-411. -- Hayek, F.A. (1976), Law, Legislation and Liberty, Vol. 2: The Mirage of Social Justice, Chicago: University of Chicago Press. -- Hazlitt, Henry (1964), The Foundations of Morality, Princeton, NJ: D. Van Nostrand. -- Hume, David (1998 [1751]), An Enquiry Concerning the Principles of Morals, ed. Tom Beauchamp, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. -- Ikeda, Sanford (1997), Dynamics of the Mixed Economy: Toward a Theory of Interventionism, London: Routledge. -- Kirzner, Israel (1973), Competition and Entrepreneurship, Chicago: University of Chicago Press. -- Leoni, Bruno (1991 [1961]), Freedom and the Law, 3rd edition, Indianapolis, IN: Liberty Fund. -- Menger, Carl (1981 [1950]), Principles of Economics, trans. James Dingwall and Bert F. Hoselitz, New York: NYU Press, pp. 257-62. --
The use of economics to study law was pioneered by the Austrian School of Economics. The nineteenth century founders of the school believed that economics could contribute to understanding the spontaneous development of common law as well as the nature of legal rights. For this insightful research review Mario Rizzo has selected key papers from today's vibrant Austrian School, focusing on the study of property, market-chosen law, slippery-slope analysis, entrepreneurship, institutions, decentralized social knowledge, and the evolution of legal institutions. This title represents the cutting-edge Austrian contributions to economics and will be an essential reference source for both students and researchers
Recommended readings (Machine generated): Barnett, Randy E. (1998), The Structure of Liberty: Justice and the Rule of Law, Oxford: Clarendon Press. -- Constant, Benjamin (1988), 'The Liberty of the Ancients Compared to that of the Moderns', Speech given at Athénée Royal in Paris 1819 in Biancamaria Fontana (ed.), Benjamin Constant: Political Writings, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 309-28. -- Ferguson, Adam (1966 [1767]), An Essay on the History of Civil Society, ed. Duncan Forbes, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press. -- Hamowy, Ronald (2005), 'The Scottish Enlightenment and the theory of spontaneous order', in The Political Sociology of Freedom: Adam Ferguson and F.A. Hayek, Cheltenham, UK and Northampton, MA, USA: Edward Elgar. -- Hayek, F.A. (1948), 'Economics and knowledge', in Individualism and Economic Order, Chicago: University of Chicago Press, pp. 33-56. --
Menger, Carl (1985 [1963]), Investigations into the Method of the Social Sciences with Special Reference to Economies, trans. Francis J. Nock, ed. Louis Schneider, New York: NYU Press. -- Mises, Ludwig von (1981 [1936]), Socialism: An Economic and Sociological Analysis, trans. J. Kahane, Indianapolis, IN: Liberty Fund. -- Rizzo, Mario J. (1980), 'Law amid flux: the economics of negligence and strict liability in tort', Journal of Legal Studies, 9, 291-318. -- Rizzo, Mario J. (2005), 'The problem of moral dirigisme: a new argument against moralistic legislation', NYU Journal of Law and Liberty, 1 (2), 790-844. -- Rizzo, Mario J. and Douglas Glen Whitman (2003), 'The camel's nose is in the tent: rules, theories and slippery slopes', UCLA Law Review, 51, 539-92. -- Rizzo, Mario J. and Douglas Glen Whitman (2009a), 'The knowledge problem of new paternalism', Brigham Young University Law Review, 2009 (4), 905-68
Suri Ratnapala (2001), 'Eighteenth-Century Evolutionary Thought and its Relevance in the Age of Legislation', Constitutional Political Economy, 12 (1), March, 51-75 -- Bruce L. Benson (1989), 'The Spontaneous Evolution of Commercial Law', Southern Economic Journal, 55 (3), January, 644-61 -- John Hasnas (2005), 'Toward a Theory of Empirical Natural Rights', Social Philosophy and Policy, 22 (1), Winter, 111-47 -- Todd J. Zywicki (2003), 'The Rise and Fall of Efficiency in the Common Law: A Supply-Side Analysis', Northwestern University Law Review, 97 (4), 1551-633 -- Douglas Glen Whitman (2000), 'Evolution of the Common Law and the Emergence of Compromise', Journal of Legal Studies, XXIX (2), June, 753-81 -- Mario J. Rizzo (1980), 'Law Amid Flux: The Economics of Negligence and Strict Liability in Tort', Journal of Legal Studies, 9 (2), March, 291-318 -- Mario J. Rizzo (1980), 'The Mirage of Efficiency', Hofstra Law Review, 8 (3), Spring, 641-58 --
Douglas Glen Whitman (2004), 'Group Selection and Methodological Individualism: Compatible and Complementary', in Roger G. Koppl (ed.), Evolutionary Psychology and Economic Theory. Advances in Austrian Economics, Volume 7, Amsterdam, The Netherlands: JAI Press, 221-49 -- Mario J. Rizzo (1999), 'Which Kind of Legal Order? Logical Coherence and Praxeological Coherence', Journal des Economistes et des Etudes Humaines, 9 (4), December, 497-510 -- Ludwig von Mises ([1936] 1981), 'Ownership' in Socialism: An Economic and Sociological Analysis, [translated by J. Kahane], Chapter 1, Indianapolis, IN: Liberty Classics, 27-44 -- Jörg Guido Hülsmann (2004), 'The A Priori Foundations of Property Economics', Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics, 7 (4), Winter, 41-68 -- William Barnett II, Dr. Walter Block and Gene Callahan (2005), 'The Paradox of Coase as a Defender of Free Markets', NYU Journal of Law and Liberty, 1 (3), 1075-95 --
Peter T. Leeson (2008), 'Coordination Without Command: Stretching the Scope of Spontaneous Order', Public Choice, 135 (1-2), April, 67-78 -- Peter T. Leeson (2006), 'Efficient Anarchy', Public Choice, 130 (1-2), 41-53 -- Peter T. Leeson (2008), 'How Important is State Enforcement for Trade?', American Law and Economics Review, 10 (1), Spring, 61-89
Edward Stringham (1999), 'Market Chosen Law', Journal of Libertarian Studies, 14 (1), Winter 1998-1999, 53-77 -- Edward Stringham (2003), 'The Extralegal Development of Securities Trading in Seventeenth-Century Amsterdam', Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance, 43 (2), Summer, 321-44 -- Edward Stringham (2002), 'The Emergence of the London Stock Exchange as a Self-Policing Club', Journal of Private Enterprise, 17 (2), 1-19 -- Anthony Ogus (1999), 'Competition Between National Legal Systems: A Contribution of Economic Analysis to Comparative Law', International and Comparative Law Quarterly, 48 (2), April, 405-18 -- Peter T. Leeson (2007), 'Trading with Bandits', Journal of Law and Economics, 50 (2), May, 303-21 -- Peter T. Leeson (2007), 'An-arrgh-chy: The Law and Economics of Pirate Organization', Journal of Political Economy, 115 (6), 1049-94 -- John Hasnas (2003), 'Reflections on the Minimal State', Politics, Philosophy and Economics, 2 (1), 115-28 --
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