xxii, 787 pages : illustrations ; 27 cm
Formatted Contents Note
The nature of economic reasoning The economic approach to law Property Contract rights and remedies Family law and sex law Tort law Criminal law The common law, legal history, and jurisprudence The theory of monopoly The antitrust laws The regulation of the employment relation Public utility and common carrier regulation The choice between regulation and common law Corporations, secured and unsecured financing, bankruptcy Financial markets Income inequalities, distributive justice, and poverty Taxation The transmission of wealth at death The market, the adversary system, and the legislative process as methods of resource allocation The process of legal rulemaking Civil and criminal procedure Evidence Law enforcement and the administrative process The nature and functions of the constitution Economic due process The economics of federalism Racial discrimination The protection of free markets in ideas and religion Searches, seizures, and interrogations.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.