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How to reason about the law : an interdisciplinary approach to the foundations of public policy / by David Crump
Books/Textual Material | LexisNexis | c2001.
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Newark, NJ : LexisNexis, c2001.
Descript
xxx, 543, 26 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
Note
Includes index.
Contents
Logic. Syllogisms, deduction, induction, and logical propositions in the law : from the IRAC method to the commerce power -- Fallacy. False reasoning, inquiry and the limits of logic -- Economics I. Prices, markets, economic efficiency, and the law -- Economics II. Redressing market imperfections : structure, externalities, and transaction costs -- Finance. Risk, return, and valuation; accounting and the law -- Management. Organization, decisionmaking, and marketing theory for lawyers -- Ethics. Teleology, deontology. and distributive and procedural justice -- Politics. Democratic institutions, tradeoffs, and public choice -- Science. Scientific method and the law; history and the social sciences -- Jurisprudence. Legal theory, rules, and interpretation -- Psychology. Psychological disorders, learning theory, intelligence, and social psychology : and how they affect lawyers -- Probabilities. Probabilistic reasoning in the law, Bayes' Theorem, and the interval distribution -- Statistics. Sampling, interpretation, statistical significance, and regression analysis in the law -- Game Theory I. Zero-sum games, competitive tactics, and the law -- Game Theory II. Cooperative moves, mixed-motive games, and legal strategies -- Rhetoric. Strategies for questioning, listening, persuasion, and negotiation.
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0820553697
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20050406092032.0
011115s2001 njua 001 0 eng cam4a
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