William Landes

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William Landes
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Bornc. 1939 (age 78–79)
NationalityUnited States
InstitutionUniversity of Chicago Law School
FieldLaw and economics
School or
tradition
Chicago School of Economics
Alma materColumbia University
Information at IDEAS / RePEc

William M. Landes (born c. 1939) is an American economist who has written about the economic analysis of law. He is a fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, which cited him for his work in the field. Landes also is the original founder (with Richard Posner and Andrew Rosenfield) of Lexecon, a consulting firm.

Landes received his Ph.D. in Economics from Columbia University. He taught in the Economics Departments of Stanford University, Columbia University, the Graduate Center of the City University of New York and The University of Chicago before joining the faculty of the University of Chicago Law School, where he is emeritus.

Landes is also a board member of the Smart Museum of Art, which is located in the University of Chicago's Hyde Park Campus. The Elisabeth & William M. Landes Gallery within the Smart Museum of Art features works created between the 1880s and the late 1950s.

Landes is a collector of left-wing and homoerotic art.[1]

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