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245 00 History of law and economics /|cedited by Henry N. Butler,
       Dean and Professor, Antonin Scalia Law School, George 
       Mason University School of Law, USA;  and Jonathan Klick, 
       Professor of Law, University of Pennsylvania Law School US
       and Erasmus Chair of Empirical Legal Studies, Rotterdam, 
       the Netherlands 
264  1 Cheltenham, UK :|bEdward Elgar Publishing Limited,|c[2018]
300    xxii, 851 pages :|billustrations ;|c25 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
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338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
490 0  Economic approaches to law ;|v51 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index 
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       Pioneers of Law and Economics, Chapter 13, Cheltenham, UK 
       and Northampton, MA, USA: Edward Elgar Publishing, 224-45 
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       Joshua D. Wright (eds), Pioneers of Law and Economics, 
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       Edward Elgar Publishing, 267-94 -- 16. James M. Buchanan 
       (1974), 'Good Economics -- Bad Law', Virginia Law Review, 
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       Way of Looking at Behavior', Journal of Political Economy,
       101 (3), June, 385-409 -- 20. Richard A. Posner (1987), 
       'The Law and Economics Movement', American Economic Review
       : Papers and Proceedings, 77 (2), May, 1-13 -- 21. 
       Francesco Parisi and Jonathan Klick (2004), 'Functional 
       Law and Economics: The Search for Value-Neutral Principles
       of Lawmaking', Chicago-Kent Law Review, Symposium: Law and
       Economics and Legal Scholarship, 79 (2), June, 431-50 -- 
       22. Robert D. Cooter (2005), 'The Confluence of Justice 
       and Efficiency in the Economic Analysis of Law', in 
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       of Law and Economics: Essays by the Founding Fathers, 
       Chapter 8, Cheltenham, UK and Northampton, MA, USA: Edward
       Elgar Publishing, 222-40 -- 23. William M. Landes (2003), 
       'The Empirical Side of Law and Economics', University of 
       Chicago Law Review: Centennial Tribute Essays, 70 (1), 
       Winter, 167-80 -- 24. Colin Camerer, Samuel Issacharoff, 
       George Loewenstein, Ted O'Donoghue and Matthew Rabin 
       (2003), 'Regulation for Conservatives: Behavioral 
       Economics and the Case for "Asymmetric Paternalism"', 
       University of Pennsylvania Law Review, 151 (3), January, 
       1211-54 -- 25. Christine Jolls and Cass R. Sunstein (2006),
       'Debiasing through Law', Journal of Legal Studies, 35 (1),
       January, 199-241 -- 26. Jonathan Klick and Gregory 
       Mitchell (2006), 'Government Regulation of Irrationality: 
       Moral and Cognitive Hazards', Minnesota Law Review, 90 (6),
       1620-63 -- 27. Edward L. Glaeser (2006), 'Paternalism and 
       Psychology', University of Chicago Law Review, Symposium: 
       Homo Economicus, Homo Myopicus, and the Law and Economics 
       of Consumer Choice, 73 (1), Winter, 133-56 -- 28. Jonathan
       Klick (2005), 'The Microfoundations of Standard Form 
       Contracts: Price Discrimination vs. Behavioral Bias', 
       Florida State University Law Review, 32 (2), Winter, 555-
       69 -- 29. Russell Korobkin (2005), 'Possibility and 
       Plausibility in Law and Economics', Florida State 
       University Law Review, 32 (2), Winter, 781-95 -- 30. 
       Joshua D. Wright (2007), 'Behavioral Law and Economics, 
       Paternalism, and Consumer Contracts: An Empirical 
       Perspective', NYU Journal of Law and Liberty, 2 (3), 470-
       511 -- 31. Alan Schwartz (2008), 'How Much Irrationality 
       Does the Market Permit?', Journal of Legal Studies, 37 (1),
       January, 131-59 -- 32. Douglas G. Baird (1997), 'The 
       Future of Law and Economics: Looking Forward', University 
       of Chicago Law Review, 64 (4), Fall, 1129-65 -- 33. 
       Richard A. Posner (1997), 'The Future of the Law and 
       Economics Movement in Europe', International Review of Law
       and Economics: Annual EALE Conference, Bern, 6-9 September
       1995, 17 (1), March, 3-14 -- 34. Henry G. Manne and Joshua
       D. Wright (2008), 'The Future of Law and Economics: A 
       Discussion', George Mason University Law and Economics 
       Research Paper No. 08-35, June, 1-27 -- 35. Jonathan Klick
       (2011), 'The Empirical Revolution in Law and Economics: 
       Inaugural Lecture for Erasmus Chair in Empirical Legal 
       Studies', Erasmus Law Lectures 25, The Hague, the 
       Netherlands: Eleven International Publishing, 7-9, 11-29, 
       31-34 -- 36. Joni Hersch and W. Kip Viscusi (2012), 'Law 
       and Economics as a Pillar of Legal Education', Review of 
       Law and Economics, Session Paper: The Past, Present, and 
       Future of Interdisciplinary Legal Education, 2011 Annual 
       Meeting, American Association of Law Schools, 8 (2), 
       October, 487-510 
650  0 Law and economics|xHistory 
700 1  Butler, Henry N.,|eeditor 
700 1  Klick, Jonathan,|eeditor 
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