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. Part I deals with regulation and contracts, Part II contains contributions on legal procedure and the regulation of the professions; Part III deals with issues of corporate law and consumer regulations and contains contributions focussing on behavioural law and economics. Part IV deals with issues of tort and insurance, and the contributions in the final part (V) deal with enforcement issues. For any lawyer interested in the question how various legal instruments (regulatory, but also private law) could be used to reach particular policy goals and for those interested in enforcement issues, this volume contains interesting and stimulating thoughts.
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