Bibliographic Details

Law and economics / edited by Ross Cranston and Anne Schick.

Imprint Canberra : Dept of Law, Research School of Social Sciences, Australian National University, 1982.
Description v, 220 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
Language English
Subject Law and economics.
Law -- Australia.
Format Print, Book
URL for this record
Other authors / contributors Cranston, Ross.
Schick, Anne.
ISBN 0909596727
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Table of Contents:
  • Economics of class action : a research design/ Maureen Brunt, Allan Fels
  • Is law reform too important to be left to the lawyers? : a critique of two law reform commission reports (Human Tissue Transplants and Insurance Agents and Brokers) / Peter Swan
  • Accounting for the social costs of technology through the legal process / Christopher Arup
  • Comment / Ross Cranston
  • Economic analysis and efficiency in the common law / Paul Kenny
  • Economic analysis in the law of torts / David Partlett
  • Comment / Samuel Stoljar
  • Lawyers and the rental market for housing : a critical appraisal / Robert Albon
  • The problem of proving "arrangement or understanding" under Section 45 A of the Trade Practices Act / Philip L. Williams
  • Comment / Michael Blakeney
  • Implications of the efficient market hypothesis for securities regulation / Don Harding
  • Economic analysis of standard form contracts : an exposition and a critique / A.J. Duggan
  • Measuring the economic impact of consumer legislation / A.P. Moore
  • Value added : economic concepts in tax policy analysis / Sarah W. Salter
  • Comment / Rodney Maddock
  • Towards a more substantial jurisprudence to replace legalism : a welfare economics model of decision-making in tax cases / Yuri Grbich
  • Comment / Rodney Maddock
  • Alternative teaching strategies in law and economics courses : compression, thematizaton and the corporate field / D. A. Doyle.