Law and Economics Seminar

Course Catalog Number: 
5854
Course Credits: 
3
Course Type: 
Seminar
Graduation Requirements: 
Upper-Level Writing
"W" Writing
Course Priority: 
Seminar - 3rd Year Priority

This seminar introduces principles of positive and normative microeconomics to explore the extent to which they can explain the workings of the legal system and to examine the effect of legal rules on behavior. Covered topics include the Coase Theorem; the choice between property, liability, and inalienability rules; comparative liability rules (e.g., negligence versus strict liability); contractual damages; criminal liability; family law; game theory; and legal decision theory (e.g., risk, uncertainty).

Course Offerings 2015-2016

Term Class # Professor
Spring Term 2015-2016
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Course Offerings 2013-2014

Term Class # Professor
Fall Term 2013-2014 22025
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