Law and Economics
Law and Economics Guides
- Law and Economics Resources from FindLaw include information and links about Encyclopedia, Working Papers, Bibliographies, Mailing Lists, Journals and Book Publishers, Government Resources, Associations, Directories, Consultants, Economic Resources, Universities and Schools in the subject area.
Law and Economics Collections
- Lex Mercatoria, the international trade and commercial law monitor, provides extensive international law links and materials free of charge.
- The WWW Virtual Library - Arbitration is devoted to International Arbitration, Commercial Arbitration, 'ADR', Mediation, Conciliation and other methods of private dispute resolution.
- The material within the World Wide Web Virtual Library in Law is organized
topically and is searchable as well.
- Washlaw WEB from Washburn University
School of Law Library links to law related resources (US oriented) on the Internet. In addition to specialized subject areas, information about Law Schools and Law Libraries is available. You can search "full text" for the law and law journals, as well as browse law library catalogs. The Law Library hosts many law related web servers and listserv discussion groups.
- The University of Saarland, Germany hosts a Law Related Internet Project that links to internet resources about German law offered in Saarbrücken and a wide range of other sites around the world. Another index of internet resources offers a guide to the best legal sites all over Europe, and is sorted by country. It also includes a selection of resources on legal history.
Law and Economics Institutions
Law and Economics Publications
- FedWorld/FLITE, USA, provides access to all 7,000+ Older US Supreme Court Decisions from 1937 to 1975. These include decisions from volumes 300 through 422 of U.S. Reports (the Official federal government reporter of U.S. Supreme Court Decisions). The cases can be searched by keyword or by names of parties.
- The EUR-Lex provides up-to-date information on European (Union) legislation.
- The Encyclopedia of Law and Economics attempts to provide a survey of the whole law & economics literature. Each entry contains two elements: a review of the literature, written by an authority in the field, followed a quasi complete bibliography (not just a selection)
- RePEc (Research Papers in Economics) is a collaborative effort to enhance the dissemination of research in economics. The heart of the project is a decentralized database of working papers, journal articles and software components. All RePEc material is freely available.
- NEP in Law and Economics is a part of an announcement service which filters information on new releases of working papers into edited reports. These reports are generated by subject-specific editors and are circulated via email. The goal of the NEP project and the associated announcement lists is to provide subscribers with up-to-date information on new additions to the research literature.
- An index of Law and Economics related Working Paper information is found via ideasK
- EconWPA hosts Working Papers in Law and Economics
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