ECON3630 Law and Economics

Law and economics use economic theories and empirical tools to understand law. Scholars in the field study the economic consequences of law and seek to identify the kinds of legal rules that would maximize economic efficiency. The course surveys a selected set of law and economics topics including tort, contract, property, crime, corporate, antitrust, etc. Students are advised to take ECON2011 before taking this course.


1st Term
2nd Term
ECON3630 Teacher: Prof. NG Ka Ho, Travis [Course Outline]