Online Text and Notes in Law and Economics

Michael Pollitt, MIT

From a course delivered in 2003, PDF-format exams and problem sets, mostly including solutions. There are also around two dozen lecture handouts. The materials are online as part of MIT's OpenCourseWare initiative. Creative Commons licensed.

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Boudewijn Bouckaert, University of Ghent, Gerrit De Geest, University of Utrecht

All 172 chapters of this five-volume survey of the law and economics literature are available freely online, with a facility to order the paper versions. A foreword by Richard A. Posner explains the historical origin of the Law and Economics movement. The bibliographic database is fully searchable.

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Robert Marks, University of New South Wales

A set of seven PDF-format slide shows, from a course for antitrust lawyers. Topics are: Modelling and Economics Primer, Industry Analysis: Porter's Five Forces, Market Structure & Competition, Strategic Commitment and Competition, The Dynamics of Price Rivlary, Entry & Exit, and Mergers & Acquisitions.

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