Lua Yuille, ‘Toward a Heterodox Property Law and Economics’

This essay reflect comments made at the 2015 Property Section meeting at the Annual Meeting of the Association of American Law Schools. Considering that, properly conceived, property law creates frameworks and constitutes the infrastructure within which the allocation of valued resources takes place, the essay suggests that introducing heterodox – alternative, critical – economic perspectives into the law and economics of property law has the potential to bridge divides between ‘traditional’ and progressive approaches to the field.

Yuille, Lua K, Toward a Heterodox Property Law and Economics (2015). 2 Texas A&M Law Review 489, 2015.

First posted 2016-02-02 07:50:39

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