Part I. Civil Law Versus Common Law
1. Never the Twain Shall Meet?
2. To What Extent Is the Opposition Between Civil Law and Common Law Relevant for Law and Economics?
3. Comparative Study of Legal Reasoning in Swiss and UK Courts
Part II. Economic and Legal Thinking
4. Homo Economicus Versus Homo Iuridicus
Mariusz J. Golecki
5. Three Realistic Strategies for Explaining and Predicting Judicial Decisions
6. Some Thoughts on Economic Reasoning in Appellate Courts and Legal Scholarship
7. Cultures of Administrative Law in Europe: From Weberian Bureaucracy to ‘Law and Economics’
Part III. The Limits of Legal Transplants
8. The “Hand Rule” as a Standard of Care in Swiss Tort Law?
Balz Hammer, Sandra Duss
9. Efficiency and Swiss Contract Law
10. Class Action Lawsuits in Europe: A Comparative and Economic Analysis
11. Crown Witnesses in Switzerland?
Part IV. Economic Analysis in EU Law
12. The Case for a Principled Approach to Law and Economics: Efficiency Analysis and General Principles of EU Law
13. Homo Economicus, Behavioural Sciences, and Economic Regulation: On the Concept of Man in Internal Market Regulation and its Normative Basis
Jens-Uwe Franck, Kai Purnhagen
14. Economic Principles in Antitrust Law in the Aftermath of the More Economic Approach
- Mathis, Klaus
- Publication year
- Economic Analysis of Law in European Legal Scholarship
- Page amount
- 24 pages
- Upbringing, Education
- eISBN (PDF)