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Past Law Course Reserves: Law and Economics (LAW 458)

Items on course reserve for Law and Economics 2015/2016

Title

Call Number

Loan Period   

Checkouts

The Economic structure of tort law / William M. Landes and Richard A. Posner
(402000486855)

KF1251 .L36 1987

4 hr
OUT

0

Economic analysis of accident law / Steven Shavell (+02000515176)

KF1251 .S53 1987

4 hr
OUT

5

Disability insurance and public policy (001000878658)

CA2ONEC 16:1981R23

4 hr
​​​​​​​OUT

0

The Economics of contract law / [compiled by] Anthony T. Kronman, Richard A. Posner
(902000128498)

KF801 .E25

4 hr
​​​​​​​OUT

2

The limits of freedom of contract / Michael J. Trebilcock (302000800980)

K840 .T74 1993

4 hr
​​​​​​​OUT

6

Antitrust law, an economic perspective / Richard A. Posner
(301000805898)

KF1649 .P66 1976

4 hr
​​​​​​​OUT

0

An introduction to law and economics / A. Mitchell Polinsky
(502002255176)

KF385 .P84 2011

4 hr
​​​​​​​OUT

25

Law & economics / Robert Cooter, Thomas Ulen (202002256815)

K487 .E3C665 2012

4 hr
​​​​​​​OUT

39

Economic analysis of law / Richard A. Posner (002002256821)

K487 .E3P6735 2011

4 hr
​​​​​​​OUT

17

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