EC 330 Law and Economics 4 cr.
- Offered: Fall semester of even-numbered years
- Prerequisite: EC 101 or EC 201, junior standing or instructor's permission.
An exploration of the interface between law and economics with emphasis on the economic analysis of law. The course is about both the economics behind laws and the economic effects of laws. Major topics include property, contracts, torts, product liability, common law and crime.
Note: Formerly listed as EC 435.