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Law, economics and evolutionary theory

Peer Zumbansen

Law, economics and evolutionary theory

by Peer Zumbansen

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Published by Edward Elgar in Cheltenham, UK, Northampton, MA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Law and economics

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementedited by Peer Zumbansen and Gralf-Peter Calliess
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsK487.E3 L3888 2011
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 372 p. ;
    Number of Pages372
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24847287M
    ISBN 101848448236
    ISBN 109781848448230
    LC Control Number2010925971
    OCLC/WorldCa463283997

    Law and economics are interdependent. Using a historical case analysis approach, this book demonstrates how the legal process relates to and is affected by economic circumstances. Glen Atkinson and Stephen P. Paschall examine this co-evolution in the context of the economic development that occurred in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries as well as the impact of the law on that. Attempts to develop an evolutionary theory of economics have consequently sought to adapt Darwin’s theory to the economic sphere. The transfer looks easy in terms of ‘survival of the fittest’. Species struggle for ascendancy in the biological jungle and people struggle for ascendancy in .

    Below is a suggested reading list for someone interested in the intersection of economics and evolutionary biology. If you have any recommendations for additions, please let me know. 1. Books at the intersection of economics and evolutionary biology Gregory Clark's () A Farewell to Alms: A Brief Economic History of the World: The Industrial Revolution was triggered. Evolutionary psychology is a theoretical approach in the social and natural sciences that examines psychological structure from a modern evolutionary perspective. It seeks to identify which human psychological traits are evolved adaptations – that is, the functional products of natural selection or sexual selection in human evolution. Adaptationist thinking about physiological mechanisms.

    The cultural impact of evolutionary theory Scientific acceptance and extension to other disciplines. The theory of evolution makes statements about three different, though related, issues: (1) the fact of evolution—that is, that organisms are related by common descent; (2) evolutionary history—the details of when lineages split from one another and of the changes that occurred in each. History of Law and Economics 69 3. The First Wave Such an understanding was the ambition of what may be called the first wave of law and economics. This movement, if indeed it may be properly called that, given the relative heterogeneity of viewpoints, was European in origin, but reached the United States through the (older.


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Law and economics has arguably become one of the most influential theories in contemporary legal theory and adjudication. The essays in this volume, authored by both legal scholars and economists, constitute lively and critical engagements economics and evolutionary theory book law and economics and new institutional economics from the perspectives of legal and evolutionary by: 4.

'An indispensable history of business law and regulation, alongside a powerful theory of law and the courts. Glen Atkinson and Stephen P. Paschall give us an evolutionary casebook for the twenty-first century, deeply rooted in the ideas of Veblen, Commons, and other masters of the tradition.' - James K.

Galbraith, The University of Texas at AustinCited by: 3. Law and economics has arguably become one of the most influential theories in contemporary legal theory and adjudication.

The essays in this volume, authored by both legal scholars and economists, constitute lively and critical engagements between law and economics and new institutional economics from the perspectives of legal and evolutionary theory. Law and economics has arguably become one of the most influential theories in contemporary legal theory and adjudication.

The essays in this volume, authored by both legal scholars and economists, constitute lively and critical engagements between law and economics and new institutional economics from the perspectives of legal and evolutionary : Peer Zumbansen. Law and economics has arguably become one of the economics and evolutionary theory book influential theories in contemporary legal theory and adjudication.

The essays in this volume, authored by both legal scholars and economists, constitute lively and critical engagements between law and economics and new institutional economics from the perspectives of legal and evolutionary by:   Law and economics has arguably become one of the most influential theories in contemporary legal theory and adjudication.

The essays in this volume, authored by both legal scholars and economists, constitute lively and critical engagements between law and economics and new institutional economics from the perspectives of legal and evolutionary : Wolfgang Kerber.

Books shelved as law-and-economics: How Judges Think by Richard A. Posner, The Enterprise of Law: Justice Without the State by Bruce L. Benson, Law's Ord. This article examines the use of evolutionary theories in law and economics. It begins with a discussion of the concept of evolution.

It then explains the central ideas of three central evolutionary approaches in law and economics: the neo-institutional approach, microeconomic models, and the idea of competing jurisdictions. Neo-institutionalist approaches provide a bouquet of arguments which Author: Georg von Wangenheim.

Get this from a library. Law and economics from an evolutionary perspective. [Glen W Atkinson; Stephen P Paschall] -- Law and economics are interdependent. Using a historical case analysis approach, this book demonstrates how the legal process relates to and is. The interesting thing is that the person who proposed such an evolutionary theory of law, which attempts to derive normative judgments from factual statements was the same author who presented the.

He works on Evolutionary Governance Theory in the fields of natural resource management and spatial planning. His research deals with policy implementation, policy integration, participatory approaches and the performance of legal institutions.

He teaches planning theory and methodology with a focus on reflective and participatory learning. Law and economics are interdependent. Using a historical case analysis approach, this book demonstrates how the legal process relates to and is affected by economic circumstances.

Glen Atkinson and Stephen P. Paschall examine this co-evolution in Author: Glen Atkinson. “ The Structure of a Contract and the Theory of a Non-Exclusive Resource,” Journal of Law & Economics 49 – Claeys, Eric R. “ Productive Use in Acquisition, Accession, and Labour Theory,” in Philosophical Foundations of Property Law, Penner, James and Smith, Henry E.

(eds.), Oxford University Press, pp. 13 – The book charts a research programme for evolutionary economics that encompasses the theory of dynamic efficiency and emergence in markets, a computational model of the learning and interacting agent, a competence based theory of the firm and the household, and, via a theory of expectations and plans, an agent-based foundation to macroeconomics.

More than a century has passed, and since there has been a notable increase in the use of evolutionary ideas in economics. Important examples include the large literature inspired by Richard Nelson and Sidney Winter’s path-breaking book on An Evolutionary Theory of Economic Change and the vibrant development of evolutionary game theory.

By reconstructing discussions in law over the relationship between legal realism, law & society, and law & economics, and in economics over the merits and prospects of institutional and neo-institutional economics from an evolutionary perspective, the introduction argues that a theory of governance must today build on and incorporate the.

Topics in the Economics of Property Law I. What can be Privately Owned. How are Property Rights Established and Verified. III. What May Owners Do with Their Property.

What are the Remedies for the Violation of Property Rights. An Economic Theory of Tort Law I. Defining Tort Law II.

An Economic Theory of. Institutional economics focuses on understanding the role of the evolutionary process and the role of institutions in shaping economic original focus lay in Thorstein Veblen's instinct-oriented dichotomy between technology on the one side and the "ceremonial" sphere of society on the other.

Its name and core elements trace back to a American Economic Review article by Walton. The Use of Evolution Theory in Law M.B.W. SINCLAIR* "Law. like Janus, is two faced."' Evolution as an approach to understanding law has recently un-dergone a substantial renaissance.

Especially in the work of Profes-sors Hovenkamp,2 Elliott,3 and Clark,4 one can find extremely useful guidance in the history and method of this approach. Evolution and Constitution for the first time brings together case law and law based on norms.

It offers the reader a survey and a new explanation of evolutionary emergence of social contracts and constitutions in the European history, and -after all - should help to build. Understanding how law and economics interact and change together is essential to understanding nearly all contemporary economic, political, and social issues.

Read this book.' -- James Peach, New Mexico State University, US 'An indispensable history of business law and regulation, alongside a powerful theory of law and the courts.sociology and the philosophy of law, the authors expand and transform the known terrain of ‘law and economics’ by applying evolutionary theory to both law and economics from a domestic and transnational perspective.

Legal scholars, evolutionary and regulatory theorists, economists, economic sociologists. Evolutionary Economics is a field which looks at the economy as an evolutionary system, not a system constantly in or tending toward equilibrium. From that .