Economics of Bankruptcy

Economics of Bankruptcy

Elgar Research Reviews in Economics

Edward R. Morrison

This research review surveys seminal contributions to the economics of bankruptcy. It offers a comprehensive compilation of work by both legal scholars and economists working in the fields of corporate and consumer finance. It provides a commentary on the featured papers and also points to questions that merit further study.

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Edward R. Morrison

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

This research review surveys seminal contributions to the economics of bankruptcy. It offers a comprehensive compilation of work by both legal scholars and economists working in the fields of corporate and consumer finance. It provides a commentary on the featured papers and also points to questions that merit further study.

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