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Economics of Contract Law
Economic Approaches to Law Series 5
This important volume presents a rich collection of ideas on and insights into the law and economics of contracts. It includes material relevant to a large number of legal fields. Many of the articles are classics that have, over the years, become focal points for continuing debate; others provide an easily accessible account of particular areas. The editor's comprehensive introduction provides an overview of law and economics scholarship in contracts over the past few decades and a portal into an evolving field.
Topics include: the economics of contracting; efficient breach and renegotiation; expectation damages and its alternatives; default rules and mass markets.
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`This book will serve as the essential resource for anyone interested in the economic analysis of contract law. Baird has included both the iconic articles of the past and the recent works which define the cutting edge of scholarship in the area. This volume is that rare collection that offers a snapshot of the current academic learning across the field. It is both an invaluable resource for those first exploring the economic analysis of contract law as well as a useful reference for the initiated.' -- Robert Rasmussen, Vanderbilt University, US