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Law and Economics
The International Library of Critical Writings in Economics Series 81
This collection presents an authoritative selection of the most important articles in law and economics literature, written by distinguished scholars such as Ronald Coase, Robert Cooter, Henry Manne, Steven Shavell and Oliver Williamson. The articles are arranged by theme into 12 sections, ranging across the entire spectrum of private and public law.
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`In the context of the Elgar reference collection, a remarkable compendium of law and economics has just appeared in three volumes collecting all the requisite articles that, from the point of view of a scholar trained in the American law and economics tradition, would be relevant to be considered. . . . I consider this a very important contribution to the tool shed of the law and economics practitioner.' -- Jurgen Backhaus, European Journal of Law and Economics `This book is a useful addition to the literature on legal economics. . . . It deserves to be a required reading for a foundations course in legal studies and public policy analysis.' -- M. Ahsan Habib, Bimonthly Review of Law Books