Research in Law and Economics, Volume 23
Richard O. Zerbe
Elsevier JAI, 2007 - Business & Economics - 358 pages
Since 1979 Research in Law and Economics has been presenting original research that explores the extent to which the constraints of law explain economic behavior and the role of economics in forming the law. Leading scholars, including Kenneth Arrow, Kenneth Elzinga, Victor Goldberg, Jack Hirschliefer, Paul Joskow, and Vernon Smith, have chosen Research in Law and Economics as the right forum for presenting their research. Now published bi-annually by Elsevier, each issue of Research in Law and Economics focuses on a timely and relevant topic. This volume focuses on cost-benefit analysis and the law.
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