Kindle [The Economic Structure of Tort Law] É William M. Landes

Written by a lawyer *and an economist this is the first full *an economist this is the first full economic study of tort law the body of law that governs liability for accidents and for intentional wrongs such as battery and defamation Landes and Posner propose that tort law is best understood as "a system for achieving an efficient allocation of resources to safety that on the whole rules and doctrines of tort "system for achieving an efficient allocation of resources to safety that on the whole rules and doctrines of tort encourage the optimal investment in safety by potential injurers and potential victims The book law encourage the optimal investment in safety by potential injurers and potential victims The book both a comprehensive description of the major doctrines of tort law and a series of formal ec. ,


The Economic Structure of Tort Law

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Onomic models used to explore the economic properties of these doctrines all the economic properties of these doctrines All formal models are translated into simple commonsense terms so that the math less reader can follow the text without difficulty; legal jargon is also avoided for the sake of economists and other readers not trained in the law Although the primary focus is on explaining existing doctrines rather than on exploring their implementation by juries insurance adjusters and other real world actors the book has obvious pertinence than on exploring their implementation by juries insurance adjusters and other real world actors the book has obvious pertinence the ongoing controversies over damage awards insurance rates and availability.

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