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Economics of Tort Law
Economic Approaches to Law Series v. 11
This two-volume collection, prepared by a leading scholar in this field, brings together the seminal articles on the law and economics of tort law. The selection of papers addresses topics such as the Coase theorem, the choice between property and liability rules, the difference between negligence and strict liability, the economics of causation, damages and vicarious liability and the economics of affirmative duties. This is a classic collection that provides an essential foundation in the core issues fundamental to an understanding of tort law.
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'Over the past half century, the law and economics movement has profoundly influenced the foundations of intellectual thought about tort law. In the Economics of Tort Law, Professor Alan Sykes has collected and edited a sparkling array of contributions to this literature, which clearly indicates both the depth and the breadth of this important interdisciplinary enterprise.' -- Robert L. Rabin, Stanford Law School, US