Книга Австрийские лестницы Австрийские лестницыКниги Строительство Автор: коллективное творчество Год издания: 2006 Формат: pdf Издат.:Фирма Домино Страниц: 12 Размер: 1.603 Мб Язык: Английский0 (голосов: zero) Оценка:Название: Австрийские лестницы. Фирма Домино.Автор: коллективСтраниц: 12Формат: PDF & DjVuРазмер: 1.76MB & 586KBКачество: отличноеМного вариантов конструкций лестниц для вашего дома (одни рисунки).
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I. A FEW SALIENT EXAMPLES The law-and-economics literature is rife with examples of proposals that would strike most noneconomists as unfair, immoral, or at least unexpected. In this section, we highlight a few prominent examples to concretize the phenomena and ground our subsequent discussion. A. Baby-Selling Richard Posner is generally considered the most prominent legal economist alive today. 5 Employing sophisticated mathematical modeling and statistical analysis, the authors claimed that creating an open legal market for paying a natural mother for the right to adopt her child would have numerous positive effects.
Fairness as a preference. Within welfare economics, an actor’s concern for fairness is simply one preference among others. Hence, to the extent that citizens express a preference for fairness, this preference – like preferences for money or happiness – must be taken into account. ”35 For our purposes here, we will use the term “fairness” as a rough proxy for otherregarding preferences that deviate from the presumption that individuals prefer those things in their rational self-interest. 36 Because this chapter is an internal critique of law and economics, we will take seriously the claim that fairness concerns are simply preferences.
5). The point of this section is to show that this claim is false. It is also worth noting that, in the one-dimensional case space posited, a two-dimensional policy space is plausible. Consider judicial regulation of driving on a limited access highway. ” The case space consists of the speed at which the defendant travels. Reasonableness, however has two 18 Lewis A. Kornhauser In their model, the cost of drafting opinions implies that a justice will endorse an opinion that announces a policy that deviates from her most preferred policy.