The Oxford Handbook of Law and Economics (häftad)
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Parisi, Francesco (ed.)
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The Oxford Handbook of Law and Economics (häftad)

The Oxford Handbook of Law and Economics

Volume 3: Public Law and Legal Institutions

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The Oxford Handbook of Law and Economics applies the theoretical and empirical methods of economics to the study of law. Volume 3 surveys Public Law and Legal Institutions.
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Francesco Parisi is the Oppenheimer Wolff and Donnelly Professor of Law at the University of Minnesota Law School and a Distinguished Professor of Public Finance at the University of Bologna. From 2002 to 2006 he held a Chair in Private Law at the University of Milan (Statale), where he was appointed Professore Ordinario per Chiara Fama. From 1993 to 2006 he taught at George Mason University where he served as Professor of Law & Director of the Law and Economics Program and as an Associate Director of the J.M. Buchanan Center for Political Economy. He has authored 18 books and approximately 200 papers in the field of law and economics. Professor Parisi is Editor-in-Chief of the Review of Law and Economics, Associate Editor of the International Review of Law and Economics, and served as Editor of the Supreme Court Economic Review. He is a member of the board of editors of the Journal of Public Choice, the American Journal of Comparative Law, and the Journal of Law, Economics and Policy.


Part I: Constitutions, Statutes, and Regulations 1: Richard A. Epstein: Optimal Constitutional Structure 2: Tom Ginsburg: The Design of Constitutions 3: John M. de Figueiredo and Edward H. Stiglitz: Democratic Rulemaking 4: Mariano-Florentino Cuellar and Jerry L. Mashaw: Regulatory Decision-Making and Economic Analysis 5: Robert P. Inman and Daniel L. Rubinfield: Economics of Federalism 6: Daniel Shaviro: Economics of Tax Law Part II: Civil Process and Litigation 7: Ben Depoorter and Paul H. Rubin: Judge-Made Law and the Common Law Process 8: Robert G. Bone: Economics of Civil Procedure 9: Chris W. Sanchirico: Law and Economics of Evidence 10: Bruce H. Kobayashi: Economics of Litigation 11: Andrew F. Daughety and Jennifer F. Reinganum: Settlement and Trial 12: Winard Emons: Legal Fees and Lawyers' Compensation 13: Albert Yoon: The Legal Profession and the Market for Lawyers 14: Talia Fisher: Law and Economics of Alternative Dispute Resolution Part III: Crime and Punishment 15: Isaac Ehrlich: Economics of Criminal Law 16: Keith N. Hylton: Economics of Criminal Procedure 17: Anthony A. Braga: Guns and Crime 18: Roger Bowles: Prosecutorial Strategies Part IV: Beyond National Legal Systems 19: Geoffrey Parsons Miller: Economics of Ancient Legal Systems 20: Daniel Klerman: Economics of Legal History 21: Alan Sykes and Andrew Guzman: Economics of International Law 22: Paul B. Stephan: Enforcement of International Law 23: W. Mark C. Weidemaier and Mitu Gulati: International Finance and Sovereign Debt 24: Joel P. Trachtman: Economics of International Organizations 25: Erin O'Hara O'Connor: Choice of Law and Conflict of Laws