Law and Economics

3.00 credit hours

This course examines legal institutions and rules from an economic perspective. Students will learn when and how legal rules can be efficient. Topics will include property law (including intellectual property), tort (accidental) law, contracts, and crime. Offered as ECON 338 and ECON 438.

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Jenny Hawkins (Spring 2017)

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