Law and economics

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W.W. Norton & Co., Mar 1, 2008 - Business & Economics - 552 pages
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This appealing text for the Law and Economics course features:

  • An engaging approach that stresses student comprehension
  • Numerous cases based on court decisions
  • Extensive coverage of important and timely topics such as the Coase theorem, intellectual property, and behavioral economics
  • Law and Economics in Action boxes that heighten student interest
  • Short chapters to allow maximum flexibility for the instructor

Law and Economics features short chapters, allowing instructors to devise custom courses that match their interests. The text is a highly readable, accessible book, filled with compelling cases. It makes use of formal, technical economics only when necessary. Law and Economics makes the field come alive.

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Introducing Law and Economics
Tools for the Economic Analysis of Law
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