The judge, the academic and the public intellectual: the totemic scholarship of Richard A. Posner
Richard A. Posner plays a totemic role within law and economics, and not only. His scholarship is so wide to the point that it is quite impossible to face any topic without finding a seminal contribution by him. This introduction presents a special issue devoted to Posner’s scientific and academic work.
KeywordsPosner Law and economics Economic analysis of law
JEL ClassificationK00 B4
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