Aksiological Aspects of Economic Analysis of Law
Dejan Matic and
Ekonomika, Journal for Economic Theory and Practice and Social Issues, 2018, vol. 64, issue 3
The paper analyzes the theoretical and legal considerations of the School of Economic Analysis of Law. As the significance of one theoretical thought can be measured, both by the influence of the same on the theory of law, as well as on contemporary social practice, then it can be without any doubt that in the last few decades, economic analysis of law is certainly the most influential approach in modern theory of law . This paper aims to investigate and subject to a critical analysis of the conceptual basis on which this teaching of law rests, while trying to provide an axiological assessment of them, bearing in mind a different value approach adopted by advocates of economic analysis of rights in relation to, in a condition, the usual value access to the law in general.
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