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Providing students with a solid grounding in the economic analysis of the law, this reader brings together diverse and challenging journal articles into a unified collection. Chosen to provoke thought and discussion, these carefully streamlined articles apply economic theories to many aspects of the law, from intellectual property, corporate finance, and contracts to property rights, family law, and criminal law.
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Kaplan, Lawrence J. 1915-. Other Authors: Kessler, Dennis. Criminal victimization in eight American cities : a descriptive analysis of common theft and assault, Michael J. Hindelang. by: Hindelang, Michael J. Published: (1976). The economics of crime and law enforcement, David J. Pyle. by: Pyle, David J. Published: (1983).
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This is a survey of economic analysis of law, that is, of the emerging field . The book shows that contract law has an underlying unifying moral and practical structure.
This is a survey of economic analysis of law, that is, of the emerging field under which the standard tools of microeconomics are employed to identify the effects of legal rules and their social desirability. Five basic subject areas are covered. The first is legal liability for harm. In each of these sections, we provide an economic analysis of relevant legal rules and institutions, and of the connections between legal arrangements and corresponding topics in microeconomic theory, such as welfare economics and the theory of contracts.
This, they argue, should inform and help shape a balanced legal and regulatory approach to corruption.
Over time, the economic analysis of organized crime has expanded to address broader questions of governance in the absence of. .In: Kaplan LJ, Kessler D (eds) An economic analysis of crime: selected readings. Charles C. Thomas, Springfield, pp 178–192Google Scholar
Over time, the economic analysis of organized crime has expanded to address broader questions of governance in the absence of formal institutions. Organize Crime Human Trafficking Criminal Organization Transaction Cost Economics Illegal Market. Thomas, Springfield, pp 178–192Google Scholar. Kugler M, Verdier T, Zenou Y (2005) Organized crime, corruption, and punishment. J Public Econ 89:1639–1663CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Levitt SD, Venkatesh SA (2000) An economic analysis of a drug-selling gang’s finances.