LEC Research Roundtable on Austrian Law & Economics


Event Details


The goal of this event was to continue to promote research in, and present and discuss works in progress related to,  Austrian Law & Economics and related themes such as spontaneous order and public choice, as well as to promote research informed by Austrian themes.

The articles presented at this Research Roundtable will be published in a forthcoming book edited by Todd J. Zywicki and Peter J. Boettke.

Available article drafts are provided below in order of presentation.

Agenda

 

Hayek and Coase v. Posner

Todd Zywicki and Peter Boettke


Reconciling Austrian and Posnerian Legal Theory

Peter Leeson


Hayek

John Tomasi


Hayek and Law

Todd Henderson


Austrian Law and Economics and the Efficiency of the Common Law

Ed Stringham


Jurisprudence and Austrian Economics

Gerald Postema


Customary Commercial Law, Credibility, Contracting, and Credit in the High Middle Ages

Bruce Benson


Legal Process for Fostering Innovation

Larry Ribstein and Henry Butler


Comparison of Austrian and “Behavioral” Approaches to Contract Law

Marcus Cole


New Paternalism

Mario Rizzo


Bankruptcy

Todd Zywicki and Shruti Rajagopalan


Corporate Law

Thom Lambert


Civil Procedure

Jeffrey Parker


Land Use Torts in Austrian Economics and Law & Economics

Eric Claeys


Torts

Mike DeBow


The Law and Economics of Foreign Intervention and Rule Reform

Christopher Coyne