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Law and Economics as Interdisciplinary Exchange

Philosophical, Methodological and Historical Perspectives

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Law and Economics is an established field of research and arguably one of the few examples of a successful interdisciplinary project. This book explores whether, or to what extent, that interdisciplinarity has indeed been a success. It provides insights on the foundations and methods, achievements and challenges of Law and Economics, at a time when both the continuing criticism of academic economics and the growth of empirical legal studies raise questions about the identity and possible further developments of the project. Through a combination of reflections on long-term trends and detailed case studies, contributors to this volume analyse the institutional and epistemic character of Law and Economics, which develops through an exchange of concepts, models and practices between economics and legal scholarship. Inspired by insights from the philosophy of the social sciences, the book shows how concepts travel between legal scholarship and economics and change meanings when applied elsewhere, how economic theories and models inform, and transform, judicial practice, and it addresses whether the transfers of knowledge between economics and law are symmetrical exchanges between the two disciplines.

Product code: 9780367135058

ISBN 9780367135058
Dimensions (HxWxD in mm) H234xW156
Series The Economics of Legal Relationships
No. Of Pages 192
Publisher Taylor & Francis Ltd
"originally presented during a two-day workshop entitled "Law and economics. Theoretical and practical dimensions of interdisciplinarity" which took place at the University of Helsinki in November 2017. The workshop was a collaboration of TINT - Centre for Philosophy of Social Science of the University of Helsinki and MetaLawEcon Network"--ECIP Introduction