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Amazing New Corporate Law & Econ Book

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  1. A.J. Sutter says:

    The TofC does look like a good checklist of current issues. What proportion of the pieces would you say are critical of the law and economics approach? E.g. (without limitation), pieces suggesting that an L&E analysis doesn’t capture the most important things to be considered regarding the topic of the chapter?

  2. Lawrence Cunningham says:

    My own piece is pretty clear that way, two steps forward one step back; the others are sophisticated enough to identify limits as well. It’s a nice question. My sense is there are few analytical constructs that capture all the most important things about any topic. And I don’t think this book’s chapters portray L&E as being an exception to that idea. Most of all, the pieces try to show how L&E has mattered to corporate law and theory–and it has mattered a great deal (for better, worse, and with uncertain effect).

  3. Anon says:

    This looks like a *really* great book. Too bad it is $250!! Will a paperback copy be forthcoming?

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