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Law and Economics : An Institutional Perspective - Warren J. Samuels

Law and Economics

An Institutional Perspective

By: Warren J. Samuels (Editor), A. Allan Schmid (Editor)

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Published: 30th June 1980
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This book brings together a number of articles, for the most part already pub- lished, that develop a contemporary institutionalist approach to the study of the economic role of government. The institutionalist tradition in these matters began with the work of Henry Carter Adams on economics and jurisprudence! and Richard T. Ely on the relation of the institutions of property and contract 2 to the distribution of wealth. It continued with John R. Commons's monu- 3 mental analytical and historical study of the legal foundations of capitalism, Edwin E. Witte's work on the role of government in the economy,4 and Ken- s neth Parson's study of economic developmenL The approach to law and economics that is developed in this book centers on (1) an identification of the objective fundamentals of the interrelations between legal and economic pro* cesses and (2) the development of skills with which to analyze and predict the performance consequences of alternative institutional designs. We must stress that our principal goal is quite simply to understand what is going on-to identify the instrumental variables and fundamental issues and processes-in the operation of legal institutions of economic significance. We envision government as an object of legal control. We also see law as an instrument of securing economic gain and advantage-that is, as a wealth- producing and -acquiring alternative.

I Paradigmatic and Theoretical Studies.- 1 Welfare Economics, Power, and Property.- 2 Predicting the Performance of Alternative Institutions.- 3 Interrelations between Legal and Economic Processes.- 4 Ecosystem Policy and the Problem of Power.- 5 Normative Premises in Regulatory Theory.- II Applications: Fundamental Processes and Institutional Impacts.- 6 A Research Approach to Institutional Alternatives in the Administration of Agrarian Development Programmes.- 7 Citizen Participation in Michigan District Courts.- 8 Medical Cost Containment: An Empirical Application of Neo-Institutional Economic Theory.- 9 Commentary: An Economic Perspective on the Compensation Problem.- 10 The Role of the Compensation Principle in Society.- 11 Regulation and Regulatory Reform: Some Fundamental Conceptions.

ISBN: 9780898380491
ISBN-10: 0898380499
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 268
Published: 30th June 1980
Publisher: Kluwer Academic Publishers
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 24.13 x 16.51  x 2.54
Weight (kg): 0.54