Law and Economics (21103). 2 units. Over the past half-century, economic analytic perspectives on law have thrived in the legal academy. This course provides a survey and critical review of the intellectual legacy and methodological approaches common to the study of law and economics. Students are introduced to the subject by reading original manuscripts. The course, however, aims at more than a history of thought in law and economics. Through problem sets, students will also develop familiarity with the principal conceptual approaches and tools of the field, from marginal analysis to applied game theory. Self-scheduled examination. R.R.W. Brooks.
SLB - 111 (Thu) Grade mode: graded CRN: 20363
Exam: 5/04/2015 - 5/14/2015 Questions available online Name or Id: Id Length: 8 hour(s)