ECON 3335 Law and Economics

Economics provides a scientific theory of behavior as well as a method of evaluation laws' effects on important social goals. This course applies economic principles to numerous concrete legal questions, especially those arising in the broad areas of common law: property, tort, contract, and crime.




ECON 2332, BSAD 3303

Either Corequisite or Prerequisite

Sophomore Classification Required

Session Cycle Description

As needed