Efficiency in Law and Economics
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Efficiency in Law and Economics

  • Elgar Research Reviews in Law

Richard O. Zerbe

This collection brings together the key papers in the area of efficiency in law and economics. The research review covers the applications of economic efficiency to law and the limitations and morality of efficiency. It will appeal to anyone interested in the underlying welfare theory relating to the use of economics in law, examining both the history and impact of the theory, as well as its deficiencies.
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Economic Welfare Applied to Law with Costly Markets

Richard O. Zerbe

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