Regulation, economics, and the law

  • 123 Pages
  • 4.70 MB
  • English

Lexington Books , Lexington, Mass
Trade regulation -- United States., Industrial policy -- United States., Freedom of speech -- United St


United St

Statementedited by Bernard H. Siegan.
ContributionsSiegan, Bernard H., University of San Diego. School of Law.
LC ClassificationsKF1600.A75 R4
The Physical Object
Paginationviii, 123 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4544052M
ISBN 100669020915
LC Control Number77011398

The ‘positive’ theory of regulation looks at it not as it should be, but as it actually is. The book – which is actually Volume 9 in Edward Elgar’s ‘Encyclopedia of Law and Economics, (second edition) -- examines both approaches in refreshing and well-researched by: 4.

Regulation, Economics and the Law presents a selection of the most important published articles on key issues arising in the design of social regulation. It focuses in particular on interventionist measures used to protect primarily the environment, health and safety and consumers.

'The Efficient Regulation of Consumer Information', Journal of Law and Economics, XXIV (3), December, () / Howard Beales, Richard Craswell, Steven C. Salop 'Mandatory Disclosure and the Protection of Investors', Virginia Law Review, 70 (4), May, () / Frank H. Easterbrook, Daniel R.

Fischel -- Part III. This approach to the economic analysis of law naturally enables the comparison of different forms of regulation, which is effectively performed in the vast majority of the chapters of this book. In addition, because this approach is applied to real-world instances of regulation, it is more concrete than the formal analyses prevailing in the.

The book departs from the common emphasis on institutions, focusing instead on the relevant underlying economic issues, using state-of-the-art analysis to assess the appropriate design of regulatory and antitrust policy.

Extensive case studies illustrate fundamental principles and provide insight on key issues in regulation and antitrust policy.

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This is a reprint of Anthony Ogus' classic study of regulation,first published in the s. It examines how, since the last decades of the twentieth century there have been fundamental changes in the relationship between the state and industry. With the aid of economic theory Anthony Ogus critically examines the ways in which public law has been adapted to the task of regulating industrial.

Bouckaert, Boudewijn and De Geest, Gerrit (eds.), Encyclopedia of Law and Economics, Volume III. The Regulation of Contracts, Cheltenham, Edward Elgar,p. ISBN 1 8. It is a very timely book, focusing on the consequences of judgment proofness of autonomous decision-making on tort law, risk and safety regulation, and the incentives stemming from these.

This book is extremely important as regulatory endeavours concerning AI are in their infancy at most, whereas the industry’s development is continuing in a. Law and Economics, today, reflects a similar division. There are many Benthamites—Economic Analysts of Law—around.

These scholars look at the legal world from the standpoint of existing economic theory. And if the world does not do what that theory seems to suggest it ought to do, they dismiss the world as irrational.

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Various forms of explicit and implied subsidies, competition and disfunctional economic bottlenecks are addressed. This book is a classic-- fads and philosophies come and go regarding the desirability for regulation but the basic economics and considerations remain the same.

No other book that I Reviews: 4. Law and economics or economic analysis of law is the application of economic theory (specifically microeconomic theory) to the analysis of law that began mostly with scholars from the Chicago school of ic concepts are used to explain the effects of laws, to assess which legal rules are economically efficient, and to predict which legal rules will be promulgated.

Get this from a library. Regulation, economics, and the law. [Bernard H Siegan; University of San Diego. School of Law.;] -- Consists mainly of revisions of 6 debates hosted by the University of San Diego Law School in the winter of Includes bibliographical references and index.

Bingxin Wu, in Consumption and Management, To discover and elaborate three rules. Consumption and Management discovers and elaborates three rules: natural economic law, market regulation law, and the law of macro-economic control.

Natural economic law refers to the natural rule (mother rule) that three important consumptions drive the cyclic development of economy. Sunstein is a widely respected law professor who specializes in just about everything (constitutional law, administrative law, regulation, and now behavioral economics – he co-authored Nudge – with a brief foray into the death penalty on the side).In principle, he would be able to review new regulations being defined throughout the.

It is thorough, comprehensive and well-structured, covering an impressive range of issues in the increasingly complex area of financial regulation.

The multidisciplinary approach followed in the book, which encompasses law, economics, finance theory and politics, enables the reader to form a well-rounded overview of the relevant issues.

In presenting the subject, Alan Devlin draws on the neoclassical tradition of economic analysis of law while also showcasing cutting- edge developments, such as the rise of behavioural economic theories of law.

Key features of this innovative book include: case law, directives, regulations, and statistics from EU, UK, and US jurisdictions are.

Berkeley Law Books Law and Economics, 6th edition Robert Cooter Berkeley Law Thomas Ulen Market Regulation Silberberg Principles of Microeconomics Stock/Watson of law and economics become clearer and more stable, and new applications develop.

In the European Union, harmonisation of law (or simply harmonisation) is the process of creating common standards across the internal each EU member state has primary responsibility for the regulation of most matters within their jurisdiction, and consequently each has its own laws, harmonisation aims to.

Used this book in my final course for my BS in Economics, and it confirmed my decision to go on to law school after graduation. This book was extremely informative, and in my first semester of law school, I had a leg up, having already covered many of the cases and basic principles.

The Encyclopedia of Law and Economics is an ambitious reference work that attempts to survey the whole law and economics literature in nearly 5, pages.

Most entries contain two elements: a review of the literature, written by an authority in the field, and a. Legal norms are often seen as a means to regulate behaviour when neither self-interest nor social norms produce the desired behaviour in individuals.

This suggests, on the one hand, that the law should regulate those areas in which social norms do not exist and provide support and extra enforcement in those areas where social norms exist. It also suggests on the other hand that there.

: Essays in the Law and Economics of Regulation: In Honour of Anthony Ogus (): Michael Faure, Frank H.

Stephen: BooksCited by: 4. Objective Law and Development Review (LDR) is a top peer-reviewed journal in the field of law and development which explores the impact of law, legal frameworks, and institutions (LFIs) on is distinguished from other law and economics journals in that its primary focus is the development aspects of international and domestic legal orders.

Modern law and economics dates from aboutwhen Ronald Coase (who later received a Nobel Prize) published “The Problem of Social Cost.” Gordon Tullock and Friedrich Hayek also wrote in the area, but the expansion of the field began with Gary Becker ’s paper on crime (Becker also received a Nobel Prize).

InRichard Posner, a law and economics scholar and the major advocate. Research in Law and Economics, the International Review of Law and Economics, and the Journal of Law, Economics, and Organization in the s; and the Journal of Empirical Legal Studies in 4 William M.

Landes & Richard A. Posner, The Influence of Economics on Law: A Quantitative Study,36 J. & ECON. 66 History of Law and Economics industrial regulation, labour law and tax law.

Law and economics has the ambition of applying the economic approach not merely to these areas of economic regulation readily associated with economics, but to all areas of law, in particular to the core of the common law. First, command-and-control regulation offers no incentive to improve the quality of the environment beyond the standard set by a particular law.

Once firms meet the standard, polluters have zero incentive to do better. Second, command-and-control regulation is inflexible. risk management and regulation were leading to systemic risks. He is an Emeritus Professor of Gresham College and Visiting Fellow at CFAP, Judge Institute, Cambridge.

He was elected a Member of Council of the Royal Economics Society (), is a Governor and former Member of Council of the London School of Economics.

"Since there have been fundamental changes in the relationship between the state and industry. With the aid of economic theory Anthony Ogus critically examines the ways in which public law has been adapted to the task of regulating industrial activity and provides a systematic overview of the theory and forms of social and economic regulation.

Law and economics and the economics of legal regulation / Göran Skogh --Efficiency, equity, and inalienability / Susan Rose-Ackerman --Negotiated settlement / Gordon Tullock --Economic efficiency and the common law / Peter H.

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The book begins with the most basic, core concept."Since the last decades of the twentieth century there have been fundamental changes in the relationship between the state and industry.

With the aid of economic theory Anthony Ogus critically examines the ways in which public law has been adapted to the task of regulating industrial activity and provides a systematic overview of the theory and forms of social and economic regulation.49 line illus.

8 tables. This is an expanded second edition of Nicholas Mercuro and Steven Medema’s influential book Economics and the Law, whose publication in marked the most comprehensive overview of the various schools of thought in the burgeoning field of Law and Economics.

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