Programa

Director Académico: Professor Thomas S. Ulen

Study Plan

El programa será dictado en inglés.

Monday, November 10, 7 – 10pm

Overview and Review

An Introduction to the Tools of Law and Economics.  (No reading required.)  

Law and Social Norms

Robert C. Ellickson, “Of Coase and Cattle: Dispute Resolution Among Neighbors in Shasta County,” 38 Stan. L. Rev. 623 (1986). 

The Limits of Markets

Uri Gneezy & Aldo Rustichini, “A Fine Is a Price,” 29 J. Legal Stud. 1 (2000). 

Tuesday, November 11, 7 – 10pm 

Behavioral Law and Economics

Thomas S. Ulen, “The Importance of Behavioral Law,” in Eyal Zamir and Doron Teichman, eds., Oxford Handbook of Behavioral Law and Economics (forthcoming, 2014).

Wednesday, November 12, 7 – 10pm

An Introduction of Empirical Law and Economics 1

Thomas S. Ulen, “Skepticism about Deterrence,” Loyola U. Chicago L.J. (forthcoming).

Thomas S. Ulen, “Empirical Law and Economics,” in Ulen, ed., Methodologies of Law and Economics (forthcoming, 2015).

Thursday, November 13, 7pm – 10pm

An Introduction of Empirical Law and Economics 2

Jennifer K. Robbennolt, Robert M. Lawless, & Thomas S. Ulen, Empirical Methods in Law (2010): Chapters 1 (“Thinking Empirically”), 11 (“Correlation and Regression”). 

Friday, November 14, 7pm – 10pm

Law and the Pursuit of Happiness

Ed Diener & Martin Seligman, “Beyond Money: Toward an Economy of Well-Being,” 5 Psychol. Sci. Pub. Int. 1 (2004).


Clases

Martes 11 de Noviembre, de 19 a 22 hs.

Miércoles 12 de Noviembre, de 19 a 22 hs.

Jueves 13 de Noviembre, de 19 a 22 hs.

Viernes 14 de Noviembre, de 19 a 22 hs.