Via utriusque iuris oeconomice conspecta. Mechanism Design, Path Dependence and Law
Via utriusque iuris oeconomice conspecta. Mechanism Design, Path Dependence and Law

Autor(es): 

Granado, Juan Javier del
Bull, Jesse

ISBN:

Impreso: 978-607-30-4927-6
Electrónico: 978-607-30-4863-7
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CONTENIDO

Preliminares (PDF)

Foreword (PDF)

Gergen, Mark

I. Insurgency of Mechanism Design

II. Path Dependence and Legal History

I. What Makes the Roman Law Admirable?

II. Incentive and Information Mechanisms in Roman Private Law

III. Social Norms Complete Private Ordering in Roman Private Law

IV. Private Self-Help in Roman Law Procedure

V. Roman Legal Scholarship in the Restatement of Civil Law Along the Lines of Law and Economics

I. What Makes the Common Law Efficient?

II. Rights Held in Things Under English and Anglo-American Common Law and Equity

III. Duties Owed to Persons Under English and Anglo-American Common Law and Equity

IV. Institutions Which Support the Marketplace in the United States

V. Civil Procedure Under English and Anglo-American Common Law and Equity

VI. One Last Word About English and Anglo-American Common Law and Equity

I. The Rule of Law, Not of Men

II. Che Guevara Signaling Game

III. Saint Thomas More Signaling Game

IV. A New, Better-Defined Formalism

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