Think about the oldest and most familiar principles of American law, property and proportional liability, in a new and surprising way, and learn to apply economic reasoning to an especially important and interesting aspect of life.
Property and Liability: An Introduction to Law and EconomicsWesleyan University
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TOP REVIEWS FROM PROPERTY AND LIABILITY: AN INTRODUCTION TO LAW AND ECONOMICS
A wonderful interactive approach towards the economics and law aspects of Property and Liability. Much appreciate the efforts of the team that put it in place.
An excellent course to get you thinking about the costs of crime and how they are established and what this means in practice.
This is a fantastic course for anyone who wants an introduction to law and legal history from an economics point of view.
The class, is very insightful. Thus far, it's full of deeper insight, than I'd experienced, from my other colleges.
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