Economic Dimensions in International Law

Comparative and Empirical Perspectives

Economic Dimensions in International Law

The essays in this collection use interdisciplinary perspectives to investigate issues in international and comparative law, primarily employing theoretical or empirical economics. They demonstrate that the economic analysis of law has much to contribute to the study of international matters, despite the fact that mainstream international legal scholars and economists have had relatively little interaction. Original versions of the essays were presented at a conference sponsored by Duquesne and George Mason Universities in the Spring of 1995, and some essays are followed by comments from conference participants.

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