Law & Economics and Tort Law: A Survey of Scholarly Opinion

Moorhouse, John C.; Morriss, Andrew P.
December 1998
Albany Law Review;1998, Vol. 62 Issue 2, p667
Academic Journal
Addresses whether a consensus exists among scholars about a few fundamental doctrines of tort law. Discussion on the responses of members of the American Law and Economics Association about propositions on tort law; Changes in tort law during the twentieth century; Important insight produced by law and economics scholarship; Conclusion.


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