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ISSN: 2081-9579     eISSN: 2353-2815    OAI    DOI: 10.18276/wpe.2015.11-19
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Issue archive / nr 11 (2015)
Ekonomiczna analiza prawa – alternatywa dla głównego nurtu ekonomii
(Economic analysis of law – alternative for the mainstream economics)

Authors: Joanna Pomaskow
Wydział Nauk Ekonomicznych i Zarządzania (Katedra Ekonomii) Uniwersytetu Mikołaja Kopernika w Toruniu
Keywords: Law and Economics history of economic thought nonmarket economics
Year of publication:2015
Page range:8 (209-216)
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Abstract

This article attempts to clarify the meaning of a scientific movement of Law & Economics. In Poland it is known as economic analysis of law for the traditional economics mainstream. The motives for its adoption are essentially twofold. Firstly – to realize that the economic analysis of law is a kind of complement to mainstream economics. What is the most important aspect here is that it is not meant to serve as its replacement. Secondly – the development of Economicscaused extending the use of its tools beyond the traditional domain, including money market system, as well as social behaviour with non-market feature. Reflections on relationships occurring between the law and the economy has long been the subject of numerous discussions, which are a manifestation of the economy entering into other sciences. However, it was the transformation of their scientific movement that made it possible to analyze the impact of law and legal institutions on the implementation of important social goals.
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