Coase Lecture in Law and Economics

2011 Coase Lecture: Thomas J. Miles, "Economics and Judicial Behavior"

Date: 
01.25.2011
Location: 
Courtroom

The 2011 Coase Lecture will be presented by Thomas J. Miles, Professor of Law, University of Chicago Law School. Professor Miles's lecture is entitled "Economics and Judicial Behavior." A reception will follow the lecture.

Faculty: 
Thomas J. Miles

Jacob Gersen, "Political Economy of Public Law"

The 2010 Coase Lecture in Law and Economics was presented by Assistant Professor of Law Jacob Gersen. Entitled "Political Economy of Public Law," the lecture focused on economic analysis of political institutions, mainly separation of powers problems and different strategies for allocating government power in constitutional theory.

Jacob Gersen, "Political Economy of Public Law"

The 2010 Coase Lecture in Law and Economics was presented by Assistant Professor of Law Jacob Gersen. Entitled "Political Economy of Public Law," the lecture focused on economic analysis of political institutions, mainly separation of powers problems and different strategies for allocating government power in constitutional theory. It was recorded on February 10, 2010.


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2010 Coase Lecture: Jacob Gersen, "Political Economy of Public Law"

Date: 
02.10.2010
Location: 
Courtroom

The 2010 Coase Lecture in Law and Economics will be presented by Assistant Professor of Law Jacob Gersen. Entitled "Political Economy of Public Law," the lecture will focus on economic analysis of political institutions, mainly separation of powers problems and different strategies for allocating government power in constitutional theory.

1993 Coase Lecture: Randal Picker, "An Introduction to Game Theory and the Law"

Date: 
04.20.1993

Some of the material in part 2 b of this essay has been published before in the Law School Alumni Magazine of the University of Chicago . See Randal C. Picker, Law and Economics II: The Sequel, 39 U. Chi. L. School Record 10 (Spring 1993). Much of the analysis contained herein is taken from selected chapters of Douglas G. Baird, Robert H. Gertner, and Randal C.

Faculty: 
Randal C. Picker
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