|Title:||Economicsof The Law|
|Authors:||J. Miceli, Thomas|
|Description:||This book arose from a one-semester graduate course in law and economics that I taught at the University of Connecticut. My purpose in the course was to acquaint students with the "state of the art" of law and economics scholarship in a way that would prepare them to write either a masters or a Ph.D. thesis in the area. To that end, I chose to go into detail in a few core areas of the law with an emphasis on methodology, rather than to attempt a comprehensive overview of the field|
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