ECO 231 Law and Economics
An examination of the proposition that economic reasoning can explain the evolution of the law. By focusing on property, tort, and contract law, each student can decide for himself the power of economics as a driving force in the law. By its very nature interdisciplinary, this course is designed for non-majors as well as majors. This course is not offered in 2010-2011.
Prerequisite: Economics 101 or consent of the instructor.
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