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xi, 531 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
  • Adversarial versus inquisitorial justice / Luke M. Froeb, Bruce H. Kobayashi
  • Appeal and supreme courts / Lewis A. Kornhauser
  • Attorney-client confidentiality / Gillian K. Hadfield, Shmuel Leshem
  • Class action / Robert G. Bone
  • Conflict of laws and choice of law / Erin O'Hara O'Connor, Larry E. Ribstein
  • Criminal procedure : empirical analysis / Thomas J. Miles
  • Detection avoidance and enforcement theory / Chris William Sanchirico
  • Discovery / Robert G. Bone
  • Evidence : theoretical models / Chris William Sanchirico
  • Fee shifting / Avery Wiener Katz, Chris William Sanchirico
  • Judicial organization and administration / Lewis A. Kornhauser
  • Negative-expected-value suits / Lucian A. Bebchuk, Alon Klement
  • Preclusion / Robert G. Bone
  • Self-incrimination / Alex Stein
  • Settlement / Andrew F. Daughety, Jennifer F. Reinganum
  • The social versus private incentive to sue / Thomas J. Miceli
  • Trial selection theory and evidence / Keith N. Hylton, Haizhen Lin.
With contributions from some of the leading scholars in law and economics, this comprehensive book summarizes the state of economic research on litigation, procedure and evidence. Among the topics covered are the settlement negotiations; discovery; the incentive to sue; theories of legal evidence; evidentiary misconduct; and the privilege against self-incrimination. Procedural Law and Economics will be a valuable reference tool for academics and post graduate students in law, business, and economics. Anyone with a general interest how legal process does and should work will also find much to interest them in this book.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781847208248 20160607
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xiv, 781 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
  • An introduction to the law and economics of regulation / Alessio M. Pacces and Roger J. Van den Bergh
  • Economic theories of regulation / Johan den Hertog
  • Price regulation : theory and performance / Janet S. Netz
  • Regulation of information and advertising / Paul H. Rubin
  • Consumer protection in the European Union / Katalin J. Cseres
  • Environmental regulation / Michael G. Faure
  • Risk regulation / Alessandra Arcuri
  • Telecommunications regulation / Andrea Renda
  • Electricity regulation / Adrien de Hauteclocque and Yannick Perez
  • Regulation of the natural gas industry / Boaz Moselle, David Black, Martin White and Henri Piffaut
  • Regulation of water and wastewater / Colm Gibson, Cameron McKean and Henri Piffaut
  • Regulation of the global transport Industry : an institutional account / Wouter Jacobs and Bart Kuipers
  • Insurance regulation / Donatella Porrini
  • Regulation of banking and financial Markets / Dirk Heremans and Alessio M. Pacces
  • Regulation of the biopharmaceutical industry / Patricia M. Danzon
  • Regulation of the legal profession / Frank H. Stephen, James H. Love and Neil Rickman
  • Regulation of medical professions / Reed Neil Olsen
  • Regulation of accountants / Niels J. Philipsen.
This comprehensive volume provides a state-of-the-art overview of regulatory economics and reviews the main theories, tools and domains of regulation. The book is divided into six parts: regulation in general; tools of regulation; social regulation; regulation of public utilities; regulation of non-natural-monopolies, and regulation of professions. Regulation and Economics begins with a valuable introductory chapter on the law and economics of regulation followed by 17 concise chapters on specific subjects in regulation including highly topical matters such as regulation of banking, finance and insurance; energy markets and telecommunications; environmental and risk regulation. Providing an overview of the most important insights in regulatory economics and providing a useful access point to the more specialized literature in this area, this unique book will particularly benefit students of law and economics, as well as academics and government officials of regulatory agencies.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781847203434 20160608
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viii, 482 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
  • Precontractual liability / Eleonora C. Melato
  • Contractual mistake and misrepresentation / Qi Zhou
  • Duress / Péter Cserne
  • Gratuitous promises / Robert A. Prentice
  • Gifts, wills and inheritance law / Pierre Pestieau
  • Standard form contracts / Clayton P. Gillette
  • Interpretation and implied terms in contract law / George M. Cohen
  • Contract remedies : general / Paul G. Mahoney
  • Penalty clauses and liquidated damages / Steven Walt
  • Impossibility and impracticality / Donald J. Smythe
  • Foreseeability / Peter van Wijck
  • Option contracts and the holdup problem / Abraham L. Wickelgren
  • Warranties / Klaus Wehrt
  • Long-term contracts and relational contracts / Nick van der Beek
  • Long-term contracts in the law and economics literature / Mireia Artigot i Golobardes and Fernando Gómez Pomar
  • Marriage contracts / Antony W. Dnes
  • Franchise contracts / Antony W. Dnes
  • Behavioral approaches to contract law / Ann-Sophie Vandenberghe
  • The civil law of contract / Ejan Mackaay
  • Unjust enrichment and quasi-contracts / Christopher T. Wonnell.
This unique and timely book offers an up-to-date, clear and comprehensive review of the economic literature on contract law. The topical chapters written by leading international scholars include: pre-contractual liability, misrepresentation, duress, gratuitous promises, gifts, standard form contracts, interpretation, contract remedies, penalty clauses, impracticability and foreseeability. Option contracts, warranties, long-term contracts, marriage contracts, franchise contracts, quasi-contracts, behavioral approaches, and civil contract law are also discussed. This excellent resource on contract law and economics will be particularly suited to contract law scholars, law teachers, policy makers, and judges. For experts in and practitioners of contract law this will be a key book to buy.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781847206008 20160605
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ix, 431 pages ; 24 cm.
  • Contents: PART I: LEGISLATION AND REGULATION 1. Constitutional Design of Lawmaking Stefan Voigt 2. General Characteristics of Rules Louis Kaplow 3. Rules versus Standards Barbara Luppi and Francesco Parisi 4. Optimal Timing of Lawmaking Nita Ghei 5. Production of Legal Rules by Agencies and Bureaucracies Georg von Wangenheim PART II: JUDGE-MADE LAW 6. Judge-Made Law Paul H. Rubin 7. Common Law and Economic Efficiency Todd Zywicki and Edward Peter Stringham 8. Bias in the Common Law Jeff De Mot 9. Legal Traditions and Economic Performance: Theory and Evidence Carmine Guerriero PART III: SOCIAL NORMS AND CUSTOM 10. The Focal Point Theory of Expressive Law Richard McAdams 11. Countervailing Norms Emanuela Carbonara, Francesco Parisi and Georg von Wangenheim 12. Social Stigma Michael Faure and Laarni Escresa 13. Self-Regulation Anthony Ogus and Emanuela Carbonara PART IV: INTERNATIONAL LAW 14. International Law as a Source of Law Paul Stephan 15. International Treaties Vincy Fon 16. Customary International Law Jef De Mot, Vincy Fon and Francesco Parisi 17. International Organization: Institutions and Order in World Politics Alexander Thompson and Duncan Snidal PART V: FEDERALISM, LEGAL HARMONIZATION AND DEVELOPMENT 18. Federalism Robert P. Inman and Daniel L. Rubinfeld 19. Legal Harmonization Enrico Baffi and Paolo Santella 20. Forum Shopping and the Evolution of Rules of Choice of Law Nita Ghei 21. Regulatory Competition Jonathan Klick 22. Growth-Oriented Legal Reforms Robert D. Cooter and Hans-Bernd Schaefer Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781848440326 20160607
This thorough and detailed book provides a comprehensive analysis of the various ways in which laws and rules are produced and lays the foundations for a more systematic understanding of lawmaking as a production process. Leading scholars and experts provide coverage and insight on key issues such as the optimal specificity and timing of legal intervention, the nature of expressive law, the production of customary law, and the effect of social norms and social stigma on legal compliance. The original essays shed new light on important issues concerning the institutional design of lawmaking through the lens of economic analysis and public choice theory, and together form an important reference tool. This state-of-the-art resource forms part of the Encyclopedia of Law and Economics, and will appeal strongly to researchers and postgraduate students from both law and economics backgrounds.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781848440326 20160607
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xii, 298 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
  • The economics of antitrust enforcement / Daniel A. Crane
  • Facilitating practices and concerted action under Section 1 of the Sherman Act / Willima H. Page
  • The law of group boycotts and related economic considerations / Jeffrey L. Harrison
  • The economics of monopoly power in antitrust / Roger D. Blair, Celeste K. Carruthers
  • The law and economics of monopolization standards / Keith N. Hylton
  • The law and economics of predatory pricing / Bruce H. Kobayashi
  • The essential facilities doctrine / Thomas F. Cotter
  • Antitrust analysis of tying arrangements and exclusive dealing / Alden F. Abbott, Joshua D. Wright
  • Vertical restraints, competition and the rule of reason / Shubha Ghosh
  • Market concentration in the antitrust analysis of horizontal mergers / Jonathan B. Baker
  • Patent litigation, licensing, nonobviousness, and antitrust / Michael J. Meurer.
'In this outstanding new book Professor Keith Hylton and his collaborators examine what antitrust law has become over the past ten years, a time in which economic analysis has become its undisputed core. What has become of the old antitrust doctrine, what are the new issues for the immediate future? This book brings together the leading experts to examine this silent revolution at the core of US domestic policy.' - Mark Grady, UCLA School of Law, US. 'Hylton's Antitrust Law and Economics brings together many of the best authors writing in antitrust today. Their essays range widely, covering proof of agreement under the Sherman Act, group boycotts, monopolization and essential facilities, tying and other vertical restraints, and merger policy. The writing is clear, accessible but still technically sophisticated and comprehensive. This book represents the best in contemporary antitrust scholarship, by authors who understand and are able to communicate the centrality of economic analysis to antitrust. No antitrust lawyer, serious antitrust student, or antitrust economist should be without this book.' - Herbert Hovenkamp, University of Iowa College of Law, US. This comprehensive book provides an extensive overview of the major topics of antitrust law from an economic perspective. Its in-depth treatment and analysis of both the law and economics of antitrust is presented via a collection of interconnected original essays. The contributing authors are among the most influential scholars in antitrust, with a rich diversity of backgrounds. Their entries cover, amongst other issues, predatory pricing, essential facilities, tying, vertical restraints, enforcement, mergers, market power, monopolization standards, and facilitating practices. This well-organized and substantial work will be invaluable to professors of American antitrust law and European competition law, as well as students specializing in competition law. It will also be an important reference for professors and graduate students of economics and business.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781849805285 20160605
This comprehensive book provides an extensive overview of the major topics of antitrust law from an economic perspective. Its in-depth treatment and analysis of both the law and economics of antitrust is presented via a collection of interconnected original essays. The contributing authors are among the most influential scholars in antitrust, with a rich diversity of backgrounds. Their entries cover, amongst other issues, predatory pricing, essential facilities, tying, vertical restraints, enforcement, mergers, market power, monopolization standards, and facilitating practices. This well-organized and substantial work will be invaluable to professors of American antitrust law and European competition law, as well as students specializing in competition law. It will also be an important reference for professors and graduate students of economics and business.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781847207319 20160605
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vi, 336 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
  • Introduction / Boudewijn Bouckaert
  • Property rights in legal history / Kim Hoofs
  • Property rights : a comparative view / Sjef van Erp and Bram Akkermans
  • Private and common property rights / Elinor Ostrom and Charlotte Hess
  • Original assignment of private property / Boudewijn Bouckaert
  • Decomposition of property rights / Jeffrey Evans Stake
  • Nuisance / Timothy Swanson and Andreas Kontoleon
  • Adverse possession / Ben Depoorter
  • Title systems and recordation of interests / Boudewijn Bouckaert
  • The economics of slavery / Jenny Wahl
  • New forms of private property : property rights in environmental goods / Daniel H. Cole
  • Security interests, creditors' priorities, and bankruptcy / James W. Bowers.
This study covers property law and property rights, providing a full summary and comprehensive bibliography of the existing law, together with discussion from an economic perspective on the most important aspects of property law. Leading experts have brought together their knowledge and insight on a full range of issues - including comparative property law and the history of property law - to create a truly autonomous interdisciplinary resource. This essential reference work will strongly appeal to scholars and students enrolled in academic programmes of law and economics. Academic lawyers involved in research and teaching of private (common) law, practicing lawyers in the field of real estate law, as well as economists involved in researching development economics and transition economics will also find this an invaluable resource.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781847205650 20160605
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x, 458 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
  • Public enforcement of law / A. Mitchell Polinsky and Steven Shavell
  • Private enforcement of law / Reza Rajabium
  • Criminal law and regulation / Anthony Ogus
  • Criminal law and torts / Antony Dnes
  • Criminal procedure / Thomas J. Miceli
  • Plea-bargaining and prosecution / Oren Gazal-Ayal and Limor Riza
  • Political economy of criminal procedure / Keith N. Hylton and Vikramaditya S. Khanna
  • The economics of capital punishment / Joanna M. Shepherd
  • Corporate crime / Wallace P. Mullin and Christopher M. Snyder
  • Organized crime / Vimal Kumar and Stergios Skaperdas
  • Corruption / Roger Bowles
  • Tax evasion and avoidance / Luigi Alberto Franzoni
  • Environmental crimes / Michael Faure
  • Cyber crime / Mark A. Cohen
  • Terrorism / Nuno Garoupa, Jonathan Klick and Francesco Parisi
  • Behavioral criminal law and economics / Richard H. McAdams and Thomas S. Ulen.
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xxx, 738 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
  • Labor law and employment regulation : neoclassical and institutional perspectives / Bruce E. Kaufman
  • Employment contracts / Ann-Sophie Vandenberghe
  • Regulating unions and collective bargaining / Kenneth G. Dau-Schmidt and Arthur R. Traynor
  • Investments in adult lifelong learning / Lisa M. Lynch
  • Minimum wage legislation / Simon Deakin and Frank Wilkinson
  • Health insurance / David A. Hyman
  • International executive pay : current practices and future trends / Randall S. Thomas
  • Workers' compensation / John F. Burton, Jr.
  • Occupational safety and health regulation / Sidney A. Shapiro
  • Employment discrimination / Stewart J. Schwab
  • Accommodating families / Joyce P. Jacobsen
  • Workplace disability / Seth D. Harris and Michael Ashley Stein
  • Adjudication of workplace disputes / Douglas M. Mahony and Hoyt N. Wheeler
  • Economics of child labor / Alessandro Cigno
  • Economics of slavery, forced labor and human trafficking / Patrick Belser
  • Discharge / J.H. Verkerke
  • Unemployment / Stephen A. Woodbury
  • Intellectual property and restrictive covenants / Orly Lobel
  • Pensions and retirement / Jonathan Barry Forman
  • Migration and labor markets : a brief survey / Jagdeep S. Bhandari
  • Employee collective action in a global economy / Jeffrey M. Hirsch
  • National regulation in a global economy : new governance approaches to 21st century work law / Orly Lobel
  • International labor standards and international trade : an economic overview / Richard N. Block and Jonas Zoninsein
  • Labor law for the digital era : the future of labor and employment law in the United States / Katherine V.W. Stone.
The economic analysis of labor and employment law is a bold effort to apply economic theory to explain important empirical facts about the regulation of the employment relationship and to provide positive predictions and normative analyses that are useful to policy-makers. This book draws together 24 chapters, by leading scholars in the field, summarizing the important theoretical and empirical work that has been done to date on a wide spectrum of labor and employment law topics including: regulating employment contracts, unions, collective bargaining, minimum wages, health insurance, executive pay, workers' compensation, unemployment, occupational health and safety, discrimination, needs of families, training and slave labor, to name but a few. This volume is one of the first in a series on specific topics within law and economics which builds upon, updates and replaces Elgar's very popular "Encyclopedia of Law and Economics". It is designed as an essential starting point for academics and policy makers who are interested in these topics.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781847207296 20160605
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