The subsequent edition of Polish Yearbook of Law & Economics has recently been published. Volume 4 contains a collection of articles selected from papers delivered at the 30th Annual Meeting of the European Association of Law and Economics (EALE), which took place in Warsaw on September 26-28, 2013.
The authors include: Prof. Leszek Balcerowicz, Prof. Ejan Mackaay, Prof. Paolo Maggioni, Prof. Matías Irigoyen Testa, Alain Parent, Iacopo Grassi, and Jurgen Goossens. Topics covered range from economic freedom, financial regulation and federalism to piracy, punitive damages and suretyship. The novel Applications section presents a stimulating discussion of best European scholars and experts about the possibilities of increasing the contribution of Law and Economics to Regulatory Impact Assessment
“The yearbook shows how contemporary Law and Economics is bringing theory towards an impressive diversity of topics. The analysis of the relationship between law and contemporary economics is a rapidly expanding subject in Europe and the Polish Association is a very significant part of this European dynamism, as illustrated by the debate on Regulatory Impact Assessment including some of the best European specialists invited by the Association. Law and legal institutions are known to have a profound impact on the economy and, at the same time, to be deeply influenced by it. The yearbook provides a clear overview of this two-way relationship in a manner that is accessible and interesting to economists and lawyers alike.”
Prof. Bruno Deffains, Université Panthéon-Assas (Paris 2), President of the European Association of Law and Economics (EALE) 2011-2014
Ukazał się kolejny tom publikacji Polish Yearbook of Law & Economics. Tom 4. zawiera wybrane teksty zaprezentowane podczas 30. Dorocznej Konferencji European Association of Law and Economics (EALE), która odbyła się w Warszawie 26-28.09.2013. Continue reading “Polish Yearbook of Law & Economics Vol. 4”