How far an Austrian law and economics should be Posnerian?
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The purpose of this note is to stress that Posner’s conception of law and of the role of judges in a legal system might be problematic for an Austrian approach to law and economics, despite the praxeological dimension of his analysis.
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- How far an Austrian law and economics should be Posnerian?
The Review of Austrian Economics
Volume 25, Issue 4 , pp 351-354
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- Austrian economics
- Law and economics
- Economic analysis of law
- Common law
- Alain Marciano (1)
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- 1. Université Montpellier 1, UMR5474 LAMETA, F-34000, Montpellier, France