Wednesday, November 6, 2013
Edward Elgar Publishing announces the publication, later this month, of Research Handbook on the Economics of Torts, edited by Jennifer Arlen (NYU). From the blurb:Description
‘An indispensable resource for anyone interested in economic analysis of tort law, and tort law period. Professor Arlen has assembled an academic all-star team, and its members have prepared up-to-date, high quality, and accessible treatments of centrally important topics ranging from causation and damages to vicarious liability and insurance to tort reform and tort alternatives. With respect to the analysis of tort law through the lenses of empirical and microeconomic analysis, this is now the go-to volume.’
– John Goldberg, Harvard Law School, US
Contributors include: J. Arlen, L. Babcock, T. Baker, R. Cooter, A. Daughety, D. DePianto, S.S. Diamond, T. Eisenberg, R. Epstein, J. Furgeson, M. Geistfeld, M. Grady, M. Heise, E. Helland, D. Hensler, K.N. Hylton, L. Kornhauser, R. Kraakman, G. Miller, J. Reinganum, J. Salerno, S.A. Seabury, C. Sharkey, P. Siegelman, E. Talley, M. Trebilcock, T. Ulen, P.-E. Veel, W.K. Viscusi, A.L. Wickelgren, K. Zeiler.
Nov 2013 680 pp Hardback 978 1 84844 118 7 £180.00 / $285.00
35% discount price £117.00 / $185.00
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Offer ends: 31st December 2013