Law and economics
Law and economics or economic analysis of law is the application of economic theory (specifically microeconomic theory) to the analysis of law. Economic concepts are used to explain the effects of law...
Home builder confidence soared to highest level in 12 years as Trump rolls back regulations
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Land law
Land law is the form of law that deals with the rights to use, alienate, or exclude others from land. In many jurisdictions, these kinds of property are referred to as real estate or real property, a...
Economic law
In the legal system of the Soviet Union, economic law was the legal theory and system under which economic relations were a legal discipline independent of criminal law and civil law. In the Law of th...
Property
In the abstract, property is that which belongs to or with something, whether as an attribute or as a component of said thing. In the context of this article, property is one or more components (rathe...
Regulatory economics
Regulatory economics is the economics of regulation, in the sense of the application of law by government or an independent agency for various purposes, such as centrally-planning an economy, remedyin...
Home builder confidence soared to highest level in 12 years as Trump rolls back regulations
The nation's home builders couldn't be happier with President Donald Trump's first move to remove strict environmental rules.
Agency cost
An agency cost is an economic concept concerning the cost to a "principal" (an organization, person or group of persons), when the principal chooses or hires an "agent" to act on its behalf. Because t...
Free: The Future of a Radical Price
Free: The Future of a Radical Price is the second book written by Chris Anderson, Editor in chief of Wired magazine. The book was published on July 7, 2009 by Hyperion. He is also the author of The ...
Property Rules, Liability Rules and Inalienability: One View of the Cathedral
Property Rules, Liability Rules and Inalienability: One View of the Cathedral is an article in the scholarly legal literature (Harvard Law Review, Vol.85, p.1089, April 1972), authored by Judge Guido ...
Costly state verification
Costly State Verification (CSV) approach in contract theory considers contract design problem in which verification (or disclosure) of enterprise performance is costly and a lender has to pay a monito...
Okun's law
In economics, Okun's law (named after Arthur Melvin Okun, who proposed the relationship in 1962) is an empirically observed relationship between unemployment and losses in a country's production. The...
Okun's law - Wikipedia
Ronald Coase
Ronald Harry Coase (/ˈkoʊz/; 29 December 1910 – 2 September 2013) was a British economist and author. He was for much of his life the Clifton R. Musser Professor Emeritus of Economics at the Universit...
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Agrarian law
Agrarian laws (from the Latin ager, meaning "land") were laws among the Romans regulating the division of the public lands, or ager publicus.
There existed three types of land in ancient Rome: pri...
Private defense agency
A private defense agency (PDA) is a conceptual term for a type of enterprise which would provide personal protection and military defense services to individuals who would voluntarily contract for its...
Judicial economy
Judicial economy refers broadly to the principle that the limited resources of the legal system or a given court should be conserved.
"Judicial economy" most commonly refers to the refusal of a co...
Alternative compensation system
Various alternative compensation systems (ACS) have been proposed as ways to allow the widespread reproduction of digital copyrighted works while still paying the authors and copyright owners of those...
Economics and patents
Patents are legal instruments intended to encourage innovation by providing a limited monopoly to the inventor (or their assignee) in return for the disclosure of the invention. The underlying assumpt...
Regulatory capitalism
The term regulatory capitalism suggests that the operation maintenance and development of the global political economy increasingly depends on administrative rules outside the legislatures and the cou...
The Lighthouse in Economics
"The Lighthouse in Economics" is a 1974 academic paper written by British economist Ronald H. Coase.This paper challenges the traditional view that lighthouses are examples of public goods by showing ...
Pure economic loss
Economic loss is a term of art which refers to financial loss and damage suffered by a person such as can be seen only on a balance sheet rather than as physical injury to the person or destruction of...
Water law
Water law is the field of law dealing with the ownership, control, and use of water as a resource. It is most closely related to property law, but has also become influenced by environmental law. Beca...
George L. Priest
George L. Priest is the John M. Olin Professor of Law and Economics and Director of the John M. Olin Center for Law, Economics, and Public Policy at Yale Law School. One of the nation's foremost antit...
Information Rules
Information Rules is a 1999 book by Carl Shapiro and Hal Varian applying traditional economic theories to modern information-based technologies. The book examines commercial strategies appropriate to ...
Indigenous land rights
Indigenous land rights are the rights of indigenous peoples to land, either individually or collectively. Land and resource-related rights are of fundamental importance to indigenous peoples for a ran...
Anti-competitive practices
Anti-competitive practices are business, government or religious practices that prevent or reduce competition in a market (see restraint of trade).These can include:Also criticized are:
It is usua...
Commercial treaty
A commercial treaty is a formal agreement between states for the purpose of establishing mutual rights and regulating conditions of trade.For example, the Methuen Treaty was a commercial treaty betwee...
Commercial treaty - Wikipedia
Calculus of negligence
In the United States, the calculus of negligence, or Hand rule or Hand formula, is a term coined by Judge Learned Hand and describes a process for determining whether a legal duty of care has been bre...