Legal institutions and economic development [Research Reviews]

Yoram Barzel (2000), 'Dispute and its Resolution: Delineating the Economic Role of the Common Law', American Law and Economics Review, 2 (2), Fall, 238-58 -- Vincy Fon and Francesco Parisi (2003), 'Litigation and the Evolution of Legal Remedies: A Dynamic Model', Public Choice, 1...

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Main Author: Parisi, Francesco
Corporate Author: Edward Elgar Publishing
Other Authors: Cooter, Robert
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Cheltenham Edward Elgar c2009
Series:The international library of critical writings in economics
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Collection: Edward Elgar eBooks Archive 1993-2015 - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Summary:Yoram Barzel (2000), 'Dispute and its Resolution: Delineating the Economic Role of the Common Law', American Law and Economics Review, 2 (2), Fall, 238-58 -- Vincy Fon and Francesco Parisi (2003), 'Litigation and the Evolution of Legal Remedies: A Dynamic Model', Public Choice, 116, 419-33 -- Keith N. Hylton (2006), 'Information, Litigation, and Common Law Evolution', American Law and Economics Review, 8 (1), 33-61 -- Frank H. Easterbrook (1983), 'Statutes' Domains', University of Chicago Law Review, 50 (2), Spring, 533-52 -- McNollgast (1994), 'Legislative Intent: The Use of Positive Political Theory in Statutory Interpretation', Law and Contemporary Problems, 57 (1), Winter, 3-37 -- Robert Cooter (2002), 'Constitutional Consequentialism: Bargain Democracy versus Median Democracy', Theoretical Inquiries in Law, 3 (1), January, 1-20 -- Francesco Parisi (2003), 'Political Coase Theorem', Public Choice, 115, 1-36 --
Michael J. Trebilcock (2003), 'The Law and Economics of Immigration Policy', American Law and Economics Review, 5 (2), Fall, 271-317
Recommended readings (Machine generated): Rafael La Porta, Florencio Lopez-de-Silanes, Andrei Shleifer and Robert W. Vishny (1998), 'Law and Finance', Journal of Political Economy, 106 (6), December, 1113-55 -- Paul G. Mahoney (2001), 'The Common Law and Economic Growth: Hayek Might be Right', Journal of Legal Studies, XXX (2), June, 503-25 -- Frank B. Cross (2002), 'Law and Economic Growth', Texas Law Review, 80, 1737-75 -- Edward L. Glaeser and Andrei Shleifer (2002), 'Legal Origins', Quarterly Journal of Economics, 117 (4), November, 1193-229 -- Bernard S. Black and Vikramaditya S. Khanna (2007), 'Can Corporate Governance Reforms Increase Firm Market Values? Event Study Evidence from India', Journal of Empirical Legal Studies, 4 (4), 749-96 -- Mark J. Roe (1996), 'Chaos and Evolution in Law and Economics', Harvard Law Review, 109 (3), January, 641-68 --
Alan Schwartz and Robert E. Scott (1995), 'The Political Economy of Private Legislatures', University of Pennsylvania Law Review, 143 (3) January, 595-654 -- Tom Ginsburg (2002), 'Ways of Criticizing Public Choice: The Uses of Empiricism and Theory in Legal Scholarship', University of Illinois Law Review, 1139-66 -- Andrew T. Guzman (2002), 'Choice of Law: New Foundations', Georgetown Law Journal, 90, 883-940 -- Robert P. Inman and Daniel L. Rubinfeld (1997), 'Rethinking Federalism', Journal of Economic Perspectives, 11 (4), Fall, 43-64 -- Lucian Arye Bebchuk (1992), 'Federalism and the Corporation: The Desirable Limits on State Competition in Corporate Law', Harvard Law Review, 105 (7), May, 1435-510 -- Roberta Romano (2006), 'The States as a Laboratory: Legal Innovation and State Competition for Corporate Charters', Yale Journal on Regulation, 23 (2), Summer, 209-47
This insightful collection of classic papers explores the effects of various legal institutions and policies on economic development. The editors include analysis of the historical, current, and future conditions of numerous legal traditions and strategies, both nationally and globally. The volume will enhance understanding of how legal policies influence economic growth. It will also contribute to the selection and advancement of those legal policies most likely to improve overall economic development and social welfare. This volume is an invaluable reference source for both scholars and practitioners interested or involved in the development of legal policy
Physical Description:xvi, 734 p ill
ISBN:9781784712914