Economics of Securities Law

Economics of Securities Law

Elgar Research Reviews in Law

Geoffrey P. Miller

Exploring the most important articles from leading authors in the field, Professor Geoffrey Miller’s new research review, Economics of Securities Law, is an essential resource for students, policymakers and those interested in the history and current status of the subject.

The papers covered represent fundamental contributions that shaped later thinking, illustrate approaches that have proven durably influential or represent important challenges to conventional views. The review also analyses new approaches, such as behavioural economics, alongside ‘Chicago School’ papers, comparative analyses and influential works by people involved in the creation of laws governing modern securities markets.

Review Article

Geoffrey P. Miller

Subjects: law - academic, finance and banking law, law and economics, economics and finance, law and economics

Exploring the most important articles from leading authors in the field, Professor Geoffrey Miller’s new research review, Economics of Securities Law, is an essential resource for students, policymakers and those interested in the history and current status of the subject.

The papers covered represent fundamental contributions that shaped later thinking, illustrate approaches that have proven durably influential or represent important challenges to conventional views. The review also analyses new approaches, such as behavioural economics, alongside ‘Chicago School’ papers, comparative analyses and influential works by people involved in the creation of laws governing modern securities markets.

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