Chicago lectures in law and economics
Call Number: XXK487.E3C553 2000 Reserve Room
Publication Date: 2000-01-01
You don't need a law degree or a background in economics to understand the content in this collection of lectures from the University of Chicago Law School. The lectures, which were designed to introduce economic analysis of law to first-year law students, are easy to read and understand. Topics covered include regression analysis, game theory and the law, intellectual property, contract damages, and freedom of contract.