Public Choice Concepts and Applications in Law
This is the only course book specifically designed to instruct law students in the discipline of public choice. The book provides a comprehensive, but nontechnical, overview of interest group theory, social choice theory, and game theory (along with elementary price theory), and ties these concepts to a wide range of topics in both public and private law. The book contains chapters devoted to each set of methodological tools and to specific institutional settings: legislatures, courts, executive branch (and bureaus), and constitutions.
Stearns, Maxwell L. and Zywicki, Todd, "Public Choice Concepts and Applications in Law" (2009). Book Gallery. 20.