International Review of Law and Economics
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Publication schedule year 2012
Volume 32, 4 issues
International Review of Law and Economics is designed to provide an outlet for theoretical and empirical research on the interface between economics and law. Its approach is broad-ranging with respect both to methodology and to subject matter. It embraces interrelationships between economics and procedural or substantive law (including international and European Community law) and also legal institutions, jurisprudence, and legal and politicolegal theory. The quarterly journal reaches an international community of scholars in law and economics.