I giudici e l'analisi economica del diritto due anni dopo
Two years after the publication of the book aiming to verify whether, and to which extent, Italian judges are sensitive to the suggestions of the economic analysis of law (EAL), the two authors update their account and try to strike a first, interlocutory balance. The comment of four new, and so far unpublished judicial opinions concerning the areas of contracts, torts and property rights offers the opportunity to draw some further insights about the effects - positive, not only from the judicial standpoint - stemming from the confrontation between judges and the economic analysis of (private) law.
Volume (Year): (2005)
Issue (Month): 3 ()
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