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This text is an annotated reader surveying essential articles in the field of law and economics. The selections focus on economics' distinctive contributions as a way of thinking, discussing problems of incentives, strategic behaviour, risk and insurance, imperfect information and bounded rationality.
The reader also presents and discusses a variety of critiques of the economic approach from competing jurisprudential perspectives. This book is intended for law school courses on economic analysis of law.