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The economic analysis of Roman law has enormous potential to illuminate the origins of Roman legal institutions in response to changes in the economic activities that they regulated. These two volumes combine approaches from legal history and economic history with methods borrowed from economics to offer a new interdisciplinary approach.

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The economic analysis of Roman law has enormous potential to illuminate the origins of Roman legal institutions in response to changes in the economic activities that they regulated. These two volumes combine approaches from legal history and economic history with methods borrowed from economics to offer a new interdisciplinary approach.
Autorenporträt
Giuseppe Dari-Mattiacci is an Alfred W. Bressler Professor of Law at Columbia Law School. His research currently focuses on the theory and historical emergence of business organizations, the network structure of codes and constitutions, the economics of shareholder lawsuits, standard form and relational contracts, and carrots versus sticks. Dennis P. Kehoe is the Andrew W. Mellon Professor in the Humanities (Classical Studies) at Tulane University. His research interests centre on Roman social and economic history and Roman law, with his current work focusing on the role of legal institutions in shaping the economy of the Roman Empire.