Temporal Spillovers, in Environmental Law and Economics 43 (Klaus Mathis and Bruce R. Huber eds., 2017)
For decades, the discipline of law and economics in the U.S. has offered a broader perspective to the analysis of legislation and jurisdiction compared to the European countries. While this is due to [a] number of reasons, this article emphasizes the importance of the different legal cultures, offering analyses of the British, French, German, and European legal framework. Although these differences seem to be rooted in structural differences and thus may persist for some time, there are areas of overlapping interests and similar approaches of applying methods of law and economics. The article focuses on these tendencies and offers a deeper analysis in the area of environmental protection.
Environmental Law | Law
Huber, Bruce R., "Temporal Spillovers" (2017). Books. 280.