How far an Austrian law and economics should be Posnerian?
A comment on Peter Leeson
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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.
KeywordPosner Austrian economics Law and economics Economic analysis of law Constructivism Judges Common law
JEL CodesB53 K00 K49
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