5 edition of Economics of criminal law found in the catalog.
Economics of criminal law
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Steven D. Levitt and Thomas J. Miles.|
|Series||Economic approaches to law -- 17|
|Contributions||Levitt, Steven D., Miles, Thomas J.|
|LC Classifications||KF183 .E26 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 682 p. :|
|Number of Pages||682|
|LC Control Number||2008922097|
Criminal Law and Economics applies economic theory to explain crime, law enforcement, criminal law and criminal procedure. The expert contributors also cover the political economy of . TY - BOOK. T1 - Environmental Law and Economics. T2 - Theory and Practice. AU - Faure, Michael G. AU - Partain, Roy A. N1 - Michael G. Faure is Professor of Comparative Law and Economics at the School of Law, Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam, and Professor of International and Comparative Environmental Law at Universiteit : Michael G. Faure, Roy A. Partain.
Criminal law has been the subject of the most extensive empirical work in law and economics, probably because of the availability of data (see crime). Economic theory predicts that criminals, like others, respond to incentives, and there is unambiguous evidence that increases in the probability and severity of punishment in a jurisdiction lead. What is Law & Economics? The law and the economy interact in many ways. Whereas private law assists individuals and groups who are willing to enter into agreements in a free market, public law seeks to correct the outcomes of a free market system by means of economic and social regulation.
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Jeremy Bentham and Gary Becker established the tradition of analyzing criminal law in utilitarian and economic terms. This seminal book continues that tradition with specially commissioned, original papers that span the philosophical foundations of the use of economics in criminal law, both traditional economic perspectives and behavioral and experimental approaches to the discipline.
This volume brings together some of the most influential articles in the field of law and economics. Together the chapters illustrate how economic theory and rigorous empirical analysis can shed light on some of the most important issues in social science and public policy namely, under what circumstances individuals break the law and how sanctions can be structured to/5.
Get this from a library. Economics of criminal law. [Steven D Levitt; Thomas J Miles;] -- This volume brings together some of the most influential articles in the field of law and economics.
Together the chapters illustrate how economic theory and rigorous empirical analysis can shed. ‘ the book is a largely successful and thought-provoking attempt to analyse criminal law in utilitarian and economic terms.
Fundamentally the book offers up a number of economic analyses of criminal law – and therefore encompasses the social sciences, including economics, behavioural economics, psychology and, to some extent, sociology.
Books shelved as law-and-economics: How Judges Think by Richard A. Posner, The Enterprise of Law: Justice Without the State by Bruce L. Benson, Law's Ord. Nicholas Mercuro is Professor of Law in Residence at Michigan State University College of Law and a faculty member of James Madison College.
He has authored or edited seven books and is the founder and coeditor of the book series The Economics of Legal G. Medema, Professor of Economics at the University of Colorado at Denver, is the author of Ronald H.
Coase and editor of /5(8). Economics of Criminal Law will be an essential source of reference for scholars, graduate students in both law and in economics, and practitioners. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App.
Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle Author: Steven D. Levitt. This is a nice textbook.
If you're looking for a good introduction to the field of law and economics intermediate between Mercuro/Medema's _Economics and the Law_ (low brainstrain) and Thomas Miceli's _Economics of the Law_ (high brainstrain), this one is a good of the things I especially like about Cooter and Ulen's approach is that they are careful _not_ to reduce law to 5/5(5).
There exist three basic approaches to establish a successful collaboration in intellectual endeavors that apply law and economics. The first approach that involves legal rule formulation is akin to normative or welfare economics when its concern is the maximization.
Buy Economics of Criminal Law by Steven D Levitt (Editor), Thomas J Miles (Editor) online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 1 editions - starting at $ Shop now. This book deals with various aspects of criminal law, including its relationship to a wide range of disciplines such as philosophy, sociology, and technology.
It first considers a range of approaches and methods used in the analysis of criminal law, including economics, feminist studies, critical race theory, criminology, history, and literature. Authors’ Note LAW AND ECONOMICS (pdf 6th edition) by Robert Cooter and Thomas Ulen This is a pdf version of the latest version (6th edition) of Law and Economics by Cooter and Size: 4MB.
In this book Steven Shavell provides an in-depth analysis and synthesis of the economic approach to the building blocks of our legal system, namely, property law, tort law, contract law, and criminal law.
He also examines the litigation process as well as welfare economics and morality. Aimed at a broad audience, this book requires neither a legal background nor technical economics or /5(3). Law and economics or economic analysis of law is the application of economic theory (specifically microeconomic theory) to the analysis of law that began mostly with scholars from the Chicago school of ic concepts are used to explain the effects of laws, to assess which legal rules are economically efficient, and to predict which legal rules will be promulgated.
law and economics movement:3 economic analysis of law essentially emerged from the economic analysis of criminal law, and the pioneering work in modern law and economics evolved, to a large degree, from Becker’s economics of crime. In his book.
Criminal Law by Lisa Storm. This engaging and interactive textbook will enhance your ability to be successful in academics or a career in criminal justice.
This book begins with the foundations of law and the legal system and then extensively explores criminal laws and defenses using general state principles, federal law, the Constitution, and.
Jeremy Bentham and Gary Becker established the tradition of analyzing criminal law in utilitarian and economic terms. This seminal book continues that tradition with specially commissioned, original papers that span the philosophical foundations of the use of economics in criminal law, both traditional economic perspectives and behavioral and experimental approaches to the by: 3.
Criminal Law and Economics applies economic theory to explain crime, law enforcement, criminal law and criminal procedure. This pathbreaking book draws together sixteen chapters by leading scholars in the field, summarizing theoretical and empirical work researched to date on criminal law and economics.
Economics of Criminal Law by Steven D. Levitt,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(). Downloadable. Jeremy Bentham and Gary Becker established the tradition of analyzing criminal law in utilitarian and economic terms.
This seminal book continues that tradition with specially commissioned, original papers that span the philosophical foundations of the use of economics in criminal law, both traditional economic perspectives and behavioral and experimental approaches to the.
In a paper titled “Empirical Law and Economics”, Jonathan Klick and Jonah Gelbach provide a discussion of trends over the last three decades, linking the credibility revolution in empirical micro to the ascendancy of empirical work in law and economics.
The literature on the economics of crime and criminal procedure illustrates the ways in.Economic Analysis of Public Law Enforcement and Criminal Law Steven Shavell. NBER Working Paper No. Issued in May NBER Program(s):Law and Economics Program This paper contains the chapters on public enforcement of law and on criminal law from a general, forthcoming book, Foundations of Economic Analysis of Law (Harvard University Press, ).The book not only shows how the law-and-economics framework can be used to protect the environment, but also to examine deeper questions involving environmental federalism and the effectiveness of environmental law in developing : Michael G.
Faure, Roy A. Partain.