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Monday, October 06, 2014

Siemslegal: European Law & Economics at the Crossroads?

Siemslegal: European Law & Economics at the Crossroads?: "Lawyers were in the minority, but the economists too were not 'typical' economists, but mainly economic historian and socio-economists (eg, my paper was the only one that had a quantitative dimension). Again, therefore it became apparent at this event that L&E is not to be understood in a narrow way. Paradoxically, in this respect, it may be an advantage for L&E in Europe to be less popular than in the US, since it may make European L&E scholarship more willing to look beyond its usual boundaries." 'via Blog this'
We can hope, though in telecoms and competition too much of the old Chicago approach remains evident? 

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