Law and Economics (LAW 435.3)

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LAW 435 02 January 2017 Christoper Donald (primary instructor)
 
LAW 435 02 January 2016 Christoper Donald (primary instructor)

Description

This seminar is an examination of various concepts which are often considered part of the subfield ?law and economics?. Each week, we meet to discuss these components and debate their implications upon all levels of legal argumentation in both Canadian and international jurisdictions. Topics include Rational Choice Theory, Game Theory, Neuroeconomics, Public Choice modulations, Political Economy, Behavioural Law and Economics, Public Administration, and Rent Seeking. This course is constructed so that no previous background in economics is required.

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