ECON 4560 Law and Economics
4 semester hours
This course will explore the field of law and economics. We will use standard microeconomic tools to examine torts, contracts, and property law, as well as the theory and empirical evidence on criminal behavior.
Prerequisites: ECON 3100 and ECON 3300 , both with a grade of at least C-.
University Core fulfilled: Integrations: Interdisciplinary Connections; Flag: Quantitative Literacy.