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Fundamental principles of law and economics/ Alan Devlin

Fundamental principles of law and economics/ Alan Devlin

Devlin, Alan (Alan James) author

Book. English.
Published Abingdon; New York, NY: Routledge, 2015
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Statement of responsibility: Alan Devlin
ISBN: 1138806013, 1138806021, 9781138806016, 9781138806023
Note: Includes bibliographical references and index.
Note: Pbk.
Physical Description: xi, 424 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Subject: Law Economic aspects.; Public policy (Law) England; Law and economics.


  1. Background principles in microeconomics
  2. Essential concepts in the law-and-economics literature
  3. Utilitarianism, neoclassical welfare economics, and the ethics of markets
  4. The economics of liability rules and accidents
  5. An economic account of tort doctrine
  6. An economic account of criminal behaviour
  7. Optimal criminal sanctions
  8. Problems in criminal law
  9. The economic role of property rights
  10. Protecting entitlements
  11. An economic theory of contract law
  12. The economics of contractual remedies
  13. An economic theory of litigation
  14. Innovation policy
  15. The patent system
  16. Copyright law
  17. Antitrust and the regulation of business strategy
  18. Antitrust limits on contract
  19. Monopolisation
  20. The regulation of natural monopoly
  21. Behavioural law & economics.