1. Does Law Matter?

    Publication date: October 17, 2011

    To what extent can differences in economic development among countries be explained by differing law and institutions. This volume takes stock of this debate and offers an integrated approach that not only takes into account the insights of economics, but also of comparative law and empirics.

  2. This book, written to honour a remarkable figure in the law and economics scene in Europe, Anthony Ogus, contains contributions on issues of regulation and the enforcement of regulation. The contributions provide some thought-provoking ideas which may stimulate the further development of law and economics.

  3. This book is devoted to the growing internationalization of the legal disciplines from both a scholarly and an educational perspective.