Welcome - Law and Economics ECON 2212   Law and Economics
Law and Economics is the study of optimal legal frameworks. This course uses microeconomic theory to study the efficiencies of property, contract, tort, criminal, and antitrust law. A critical analysis of the role of the Competition Bureau in Canadian markets is presented, along with the tools used to evaluate transactions.
FORMAT: Lecture
PREREQUISITES: ECON 1101 with minimum grade of C