Tài liệu về kinh tế học pháp luật. Tài liệu bằng tiếng Anh, mời các bạn cùng tham khảo. Economic analysis of law usually proceeds under the assumptions of neoclassical
economics. But empirical evidence gives much reason to doubt these
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bounded willpower. This article offers a broad vision of how law and economics
analysis may be improved by increased attention to insights about actual
ALFRED MARSHALL MEETS LAW AND ECONOMICS: RATIONALITY, NORMS, AND THEORIES AS TENDENCY STATEMENTS.Thomas Ulen (2000, p. 797) has recently argued that the ‘‘most important’’ characteristic of the economic analysis of law is ‘‘its use of rational choice theory to examine legal decisions
At present, problems of optimization of the interaction between nature and human society can be
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principles of preservation of balance in the biosphere, biogeocenoses, landscapes and other natural
complexes, and on the principles of rational natural resources management.
The Zeuthen Lectures offer a forum for leading scholars to develop and synthesize novel results in theoretical and applied economics. They aim to present advances in knowledge in a form accessible toa wide audience of economists and advanced students of economics. The choice of topics will range from abstract theorizing to
economic history. Regardless of the topic, the emphasis in the lecture series will be on originality and relevance. The Zeuthen Lectures are organized by the Institute of Economics, University of Copenhagen....
Spatial or territorial organization is one of effective tools for sustainable land use. Spatial organization of land use and environmental protection by functional sub-areas is performed on the basis of comprehensive and integrated research on characteristics and differentiation laws of natural components and landscapes, socio-economic factors, the present status and trend of environmental changes as well as the structures and functions of sub-areas. Uong Bi is a national center for tourism, coal mining and thermal power production.
(BQ) Part 1 book "The economics of money, banking & financial markets" hass contents: An overview of the financial system, what is money, understanding interest rates, the behavior of interest rate, the risk and term structure of interest rates, the stock market, the theory of rational expectations, and the efficient market hypothesis.
In this chapter you will examine the problems caused by asymmetric information, learn about market solutions to asymmetric information, consider why democratic voting systems may not represent the preferences of society, consider why people may not always behave as rational maximizers.
Chapter 5 - Perfectly competitive supply. In our discussion of supply and demand in part 1, we asked you simply to assume the law of demand, which says that demand curves are downward-sloping. In chapter 5 we will see that this law is a simple consequence of the fact that people spend their limited incomes in rational ways.
Chapter 19 - The logic of individual choice: The foundation of supply and demand. After reading this chapter, you should be able to: Discuss the principle of diminishing marginal utility and the principle of rational choice; explain the relationship between marginal utility and price when a consumer is maximizing total utility; summarize how the principle of rational choice accounts for the laws of demand and supply;...
After completing this chapter, students will be able to: Describe how economics can contribute to the debate over crime and crime control, describe who generally commits crime and why, conclude that economists who study crime often assume that criminals are rational,...
Chapter 22 - Political choices. In this chapter you will learn: What the predictions and assumptions of the median-voter theorem are? What the characteristics of ideal versus real voting systems are? How to explain the idea of a rational voter and rational ignorance?...
Chapter 23 - Public policy and choice architecture. After studying this chapter you will be able to understand: How to define choice architecture, and how nudges influence individual decision making? In what ways human decision‐making does not conform to the model of full information and rational choices? How demand for commitment devices can be rational?...
The main contents of this chapter include all of the following: The equation of exchange, the quantity theory of money, classical economics, the monetarist school, supply-side economics, the rational expectations theory.
Chapter 1 - The challenge of Economics. After reading this chapter, you should be able to: Explain the meaning of scarcity, define opportunity cost, recite society’s three core economic questions, discuss how market and command economies differ, describe the nature of market and government failure.
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Microeconomics for MBAs 1. The Economic Way of Thinking for Managers. Microeconomics for MBAs develops the economic way of thinking through problems that MBA students will find relevant to their career goals. Maths is kept simple and the theory is illustrated with real-life scenarios
Economics is a study of mankind in the ordinary business of life.” So
wrote Alfred Marshall, the great 19th-century economist, in his textbook,
Principles of Economics. Although we have learned much about the economy
since Marshall’s time, this definition of economics is as true today as it
was in 1890, when the first edition of his text was published.
Why should you, as a student at the beginning of the 21st century, embark on
the study of economics? There are three reasons.
The first reason to study economics is that it will help you understand the
world in which you live.
Microeconomics for MBAs 2. The Economic Way of Thinking for Managers. Microeconomics for MBAs develops the economic way of thinking through problems that MBA students will find relevant to their career goals. Maths is kept simple and the theory is illustrated with real-life scenarios