Foundations of law and economics [Research Reviews]

Iris Bohnet, Bruno S. Frey and Steffen Huck (2001), 'More Order with Less Law: On Contract Enforcement, Trust, and Crowding', American Political Science Review, 95 (1), March, 131-44 -- Terrence Chorvat, Kevin McCabe and Vernon Smith (2005), 'Law and Neuroeconomics', Law and Econ...

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Main Author: Parisi, Francesco
Corporate Author: Edward Elgar Publishing
Other Authors: Cooter, Robert
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Cheltenham, UK Edward Elgar c2009
Series:Elgar reference collection
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Collection: Edward Elgar eBooks Archive 1993-2015 - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Summary:Iris Bohnet, Bruno S. Frey and Steffen Huck (2001), 'More Order with Less Law: On Contract Enforcement, Trust, and Crowding', American Political Science Review, 95 (1), March, 131-44 -- Terrence Chorvat, Kevin McCabe and Vernon Smith (2005), 'Law and Neuroeconomics', Law and Economics Working Paper Series, 04-07, 1-38 -- John J. Donohue and Justin Wolfers (2006), 'Uses and Abuses of Empirical Evidence in the Death Penalty Debate', Stanford Law Review, 58, December, 791-845 -- Robert Cooter (1996-1997), 'Normative Failure Theory of Law', Cornell Law Review, 82, 947-79 -- Richard H. McAdams (1997), 'The Origin, Development and Regulation of Norms', Michigan Law Review, 96 (2), November, 338-433 -- Eric A. Posner (1998), 'Symbols, Signals, and Social Norms in Politics and the Law', Journal of Legal Studies, XXVII (2), June, 765-98 -- Robert C. Ellickson (2001), 'The Market for Social Norms', American Law and Economics Review, 3 (1), Spring, 1-49 --
Recommended readings (Machine generated): Louis Kaplow and Steven Shavell (1999), 'The Conflict Between Notions of Fairness and the Pareto Principle', American Law and Economics Review, 1 (1 and 2), Fall, 63-77 -- Chris William Sanchirico (2000), 'Taxes versus Legal Rules as Instruments for Equity: A More Equitable View', Journal of Legal Studies, XXIX (2), June, 797-820 -- Colin Camerer, Samuel Issacharoff, George Loewenstein, Ted O'Donoghue and Matthew Rabin (2003), 'Regulation for Conservatives: Behavioral Economics and the Case for "Asymmetric Paternalism"', University of Pennsylvania Law Review, 151 (3), January, 1211-54 -- Ian Ayres (1990), 'Playing Games with the Law', Stanford Law Review, 42 (5), May, 1291-317 -- Christine Jolls, Cass R. Sunstein and Richard Thaler (1998), 'A Behavioral Approach to Law and Economics', Stanford Law Review, 50 (5), May, 1471-550 --
This landmark collection of essays provides an overview of the essential theories and methods used in the study of law and economics. The editors' careful selection includes substantial contributions from other disciplines that shed new light on the assumptions, theories and methods that may enhance the understanding of human behavior. The first part presents papers discussing theories central to the foundations of law and economics. The second part offers papers describing a variety of methodologies designed to improve traditional economic models. This insightful volume is an essential reference source for law and economic scholars, whether they are delving into the field or determining the future direction of their research
Uri Gneezy and Aldo Rustichini (2000), 'A Fine is a Price', Journal of Legal Studies, XXIX (1), January, 1-17 -- Robert Cooter and Ariel Porat (2001), 'Should Courts Deduct NonLegal Sanctions from Damages?', Journal of Legal Studies, XXX (2), June, 401-22
Physical Description:xv, 555 p ill
ISBN:9781784712907