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Torts: Online Articles

Tort liability imposes common law duties on parties that are not bound by contract. Since most private actions are not contracted for, and since common law duties are not assumed by choice or referendum.

Find Online Articles below

  1. Polinsky, A. Mitchell, and Steven Shavell. "The uneasy case for product liability." Harvard Law Review (2010): 1437-1492.
  2. Goldberg, J. C., & Zipursky, B. C. (2010). The Easy Case for Products Liability Law: A Response to Professors Polinsky and Shavell. Harvard Law Review, 123(8), 1919-1948.
  3. Rose-Ackerman, Susan. "Regulation and the Law of Torts." The American economic review 81.2 (1991): 54-58
  4. Langevoort, Donald C. "Basic at twenty: Rethinking fraud on the market." Wis. L. Rev. (2009): 151 
  5. Coase, Ronald H. "The problem of social cost." Classic Papers in Natural Resource Economics. Palgrave Macmillan UK, 1960. 87-137.
  6. Calabresi, Guido, and A. Douglas Melamed. "Property rules, liability rules, and inalienability: one view of the cathedral." Harvard law review (1972): 1089-1128.
  7. Shavell, Steven. Economic analysis of accident law. Harvard University Press, 2009.
  8. Schäfer, Hans-Bernd, and Frank Müller-Langer. "Strict liability versus negligence." Available at SSRN 2062787 (2008).
  9. Epstein, Richard A. "Toward a general theory of tort law: Strict liability in context." Journal of Tort Law 3.1 (2010).
  10. Kornhauser, Lewis A., and Richard L. Revesz. "Joint tortfeasors." Encyclopedia of Law and Economics 2 (2000): 625-643.
  11. Kraakman, Reinier H. "Vicarious and corporate civil liability." Tort law and economics 1 (2009).
  12. Coffee, John C. "Class wars: The dilemma of the mass tort class action." Columbia Law Review 95.6 (1995): 1343-1465.
  13. Epstein, Richard A. "Class Actions: Aggregation, Amplification, and Distortion." University of Chicago Legal Forum. Vol. 2003. No. 1. 2015.
  14. McEwin, R. Ian. "No-fault compensation systems." Encyclopedia of law and economics 2 (2000).