Category:Law and economics
Law and economics is a school of legal thought that focuses on ensuring that legal processes produce the most efficient allocation of resources, rather than giving the enforcement of rights the highest priority. Individuals included under this category are noted for their theories or application of a law and economics perspective.
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|Law and economics is included in the JEL classification codes as JEL: K|
- External link
- "JEL Classification Codes Guide". American Economic Association. Retrieved 1 June 2017.
This category has the following 8 subcategories, out of 8 total.
- ► Economics of intellectual property (19 P)
- ► Human rights (36 C, 177 P)
- ► Property (13 C, 45 P)
- ► Economics of regulation (5 C, 35 P)
Pages in category "Law and economics"
The following 69 pages are in this category, out of 69 total. This list may not reflect recent changes (learn more).
- Guido Calabresi
- Calculus of negligence
- Capital market imperfections
- Centre for the Comparative Analysis of Law and Economics, Economics of Law, Economics of Institutions
- Steven N. S. Cheung
- Coase theorem
- Ronald Coase
- Complex structure theory in English law
- Constitutional economics
- Contract awarding
- Contract theory
- Copyright alternatives
- Corporate law
- The Costs of Accidents
- Pareto efficiency
- Francesco Parisi
- Richard Posner
- George L. Priest
- Prior-appropriation water rights
- Private defense agency
- The Problem of Social Cost
- Property rights (economics)
- Property Rules, Liability Rules and Inalienability: One View of the Cathedral
- Pure economic loss
- Pure economic loss in English law