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Economic analysis of law in India
P. G. Babu
|Statement||edited by P.G. Babu ... [et al.].|
|LC Classifications||LAW+, KNS856.A67 E26 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xx, 282 p. :|
|Number of Pages||282|
|LC Control Number||2010318279|
This book explores the relationship between market entry analysis in competition law and the study of the determinants of aggregate investment and proposes a framework on how the macro characteristics covered can be incorporated into competition law enforcement. Click here for a more detailed analysis of India’s Economic Infrastructure. Return to top. Social Infrastructure. Social infrastructure refers to those factors which render the human resources of a nation suitable for productive work (Sullivan, ).
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We expect the economy to contract by % in FY /21 (April-March), owing to the lockdown measures applied to stem the continued spread of the coronavirus. The government intends to carry out significant economic reforms under its "self-reliant India" initiative; however, it . Economic analysis of law by Richard A. Posner, unknown edition, Classifications Dewey Decimal Class / Library of Congress KFP65
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Economic Analysis of India Law in India is an exciting collection from the truly interdisciplinary academic field known as 'law and economics'.
As Economic analysis of law in India book well known, economic development in India has been phenomenal since the early s, when began the period of liberalization and globalization.
The editors of this volume contend that India is one 5/5(1). India is one of the great nations of the world, and has a distinguished legal tradition that, like the United States, derives ultimately from the common law of England. This book makes a major contribution to the study and improvement of Indian law by analysing law from an economic standpoint.5/5(1).
The book thus puts across the highly technical field of economic analysis of the law in a crisp and lucid manner.
This book will prove useful as a basic guide to students and academicians interested in economic analysis and foster greater research into the economic implications of laws in India/5(4). Law and economics or economic analysis of law is the application of economic theory (specifically microeconomic theory) to the analysis of law that began mostly with scholars from the Chicago school of ic concepts are used to explain the effects of laws, to assess which legal rules are economically efficient, and to predict which legal rules will be promulgated.
His work was left essentially undeveloped until the s and early s, when interest in economic analysis of law was stimulated by four important contributions: Coase’s () article on externalities and legal liability, Becker’s () article on crime and law enforcement, Calabresi’s articles and culminating book () on accident.
This is one of the first volumes that uses economic tools to analyse and evaluate law and policy in India. Applying economic theories such as incentive analysis, cost–benefit studies, and game theory, the essays in the volume negotiate contentious issues in law including property, contracts, torts, nuclear liability regime, bankruptcy law, criminal law and procedure, constitutional law.
This book examines the main issues arising in economic analysis of contract law with special attention given to the incomplete contracts. It discusses both the main features of contract law as they relate to the problem of economic exchange, and how the relevant legal rules and the institutions can be analysed from an economic perspective.
Donald A. Wittman is Professor of Economics at the University of California, Santa Cruz. His articles have been published in top legal, economic, and political science journals, and he has published two books, The Myth of Democratic Failure () and The Federalist Papers: The New Institutionalism and the Old (co-edited with B.
Grofman, ). Importance of Economics in Law Author: Ms. Vaishali Malhotra, Kurukshetra University. Introduction Economics is a subject matter that is based upon human behavior which plays a very prominent role in many aspects of the law. Economics is always interested to know law and as per my opinion, every lawyer should know about economics concept as law deal [ ].
ECONOMIC ANALYSIS OF LAW LOUIS KAPLOW and STEVEN SHAVELL Harvard Law School and National Bureau of Economic Research Contents Abstract Keywords 1. Introduction i The field of law and economics is presented in a number of books, Cooter and Ulen (i), Miceli (), Polinsky (), R.A.
Posner () and Shavell (forthcoming. A book -- I read the first or second edition -- the changed my life. Long before Posner became a grumpy old man, this work defined the field of law and economics, in a way that, for the first time for me, seemed to make sense of both.4/5(8). Get this from a library.
Economic analysis of law in India: theory and application. [P G Babu;] -- "The editors are grateful to the many people who made this project possible. In this respect we refer both to the conference in February at the Central University in Hyderabad as well as to the.
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Interview by Sophie Roell. leading Indian companies on competition law matters. The next essay by Chirantan Chatterjee discusses the relationship between competition law and intellec-tual property and innovation.
Chatterjee is a faculty member in the Strategy Area at the Indian Institute of Management Bangalore. Two key aspects of anti. This is one of the first volumes that uses economic tools to analyse and evaluate law and policy in India. Applying economic theories such as incentive analysis, cost-benefit studies, and game theory, the essays in the volume negotiate contentious issues in law including property, contracts, torts, nuclear liability regime, bankruptcy law, criminal law and procedure, constitutional law.
The economic analysis of accident law, for instance, asserts that negligence with contributory negligence is efficient. This claim is true in the model introduced by Brown . Negligence with contributory negligence, however, does not obviously induce efficient behavior in the real world in which accidents cause personal injury and.
India, the world's largest democracy, is a country of contrasts. Not the least among these is the tremendous economic diversity of India's states.
The Law and Economy in India program aims to analyze and explain why growth patterns are so different across India. The program analyzes the major differentials in growth across Indian states and sectors as a means of assessing.
The reader will find that the book incorporates recent scholarly contributions and court rulings on, for example, the Takings Clause of the constitution, the high-tech communication revolution in determining what constitutes a legal contract, no-fault insurance and its economic effects, and empirical cost-benefit analysis of environmental laws.
There exists a distinction between ‘law and economics’ and the ‘economic analysis of law’. The former, corresponding to Coase’s approach, consists in taking legal rules into account. The economic torts for too long have been under-theorised and under-explored by academics and the judiciary alike.
Also in recent years claimants have exploited the resulting chaos by attempting to use the economic torts in ever more exotic ways. This book attempts to provide practical legal research to both explore the ingredients of all these torts — both the general economic torts.
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