LAW Advanced Topics in Law and Economics
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Advanced Topics in Law and Economics
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[ Academia ] [ Regulatory & Policy ] as a Related Elective for those interested in Economics : Economics is an essential component of policy studies in any field of specialization. This advanced course is part of the core curriculum for a graduate degree in public policy.
General course Description:
This course complements the Introduction to Economic Analysis of Law course and provides a more advanced treatment of the topics discussed in that course (see that course's description for topics covered). Students enrolling in Advanced Topics in Law and Economics must also enroll in Introduction to Economic Analysis of Law. The Advanced Topics course meets for one hour each week immediately following one of the meetings of the Introduction course. In the Advanced Topics course students are introduced to formal economic modeling of laws and legal institutions. This course is mainly oriented towards students pursuing graduate degrees in Public Policy or Economics or Business, though any law student interested in a deeper understanding of economic analysis of law is welcome. Because
Course Style: A Substantive course teaches the law, theory, and policy in a particular area of law
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