III Term  April - June

  • Law and Economics ( Prof. Marcello Puca)

The course examines both traditional and current topics in the field of law and economics. Classes focus on existing legal theories and on their applications in economics, covering the economic analysis of legal institutions, property law, tort law and contract law. The purpose of the course is to provide students with basic concepts in the economic analysis of law, with specific focus on empirical legal studies and behavioral law and economics. The course is aimed both at students willing to pursue an academic career or to those interested in working in the consultancy industry or in regulatory authorities.