Economic Approaches to Law series

Series editors: Richard A. Posner, Judge, United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit and Senior Lecturer, University of Chicago Law School, US and Francesco Parisi, Oppenheimer Wolff and Donnelly Professor of Law, University of Minnesota Law School, US and Professor of Economics, University of Bologna, Italy

This major series, organised by theme, is an essential reference source in the area of law and economics, forming a comprehensive guide to the subject. Each volume is edited by a distinguished specialist in the field and provides an authoritative overview of the respective topic, comprising a careful selection of the most seminal and ground-breaking articles, and prefaced by a new, over-arching introduction. The series outlines economic approaches to a broad range of legal sub-disciplines, from corporate law and constitutional law through to family law and environmental law, as well as examining issues such as the methodology of law and economics, behavioral law and economics, and law and economic development. It will be of immense interest to both scholars and practitioners interested in the economic implications of the law.

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