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ECON378 - Law and Economics: Common Law and Economic Incentives

Economic implications of common law: property, contract, and tort; economic logic underlying different doctrines within the law, and illustrations of the law as an economic institution; externality, risk and deterrence, and other leading issues. Prerequisite: ECON 281 or consent of Department.

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