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|Statement||University of Toronto, Faculty of Law.|
|Contributions||University of Toronto. Faculty of Law.|
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|Pagination||792 p. in various pagings ;|
|Number of Pages||792|
the Center for Law and Economics and the Lowell Milken Institute for Business Law and Policy at UCLA School of Law The UCLA Law and Economics Workshop (Law MA/B) is an interdisciplinary workshop that brings together scholars and students from the Law School, the Economics Department, and the Anderson School of Management. The Center for Law, Economics, and Organization promotes interdisciplinary research and teaching in law and economics. Its director, Jennifer Arlen ’86, is a leading proponent of empirical analysis of legal issues, as is Geoffrey Miller, who also co-directs the Program on Corporate Compliance and Enforcement with Arlen. Building on a long tradition of excellence as the birthplace of law in economics, the University of Chicago Law School launched the Institute for Law and Economics in The goal of the Institute is to promote the understanding and dissemination of the economic approach to law. It supports research and learning by students, faculty and fellows, and organizes events and activities in Chicago. The philosophical and methodological assumptions of the economic analysis of law are criticized and defended, alternatives are proposed, old and new applications are discussed. The book is ideal for a main or supplementary textbook in courses and seminars on legal theory, philosophy of law, jurisprudence, and (of course) Law and Economics.
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