A native of Spain, Fernando Gómez Pomar's own research interests are in the area of civil law, contract law and intellectual property law. He obtained his law degree from the Universidad Complutense de Madrid and completed his doctoral training at the Real Colegio Mayor de San Clemente de los Españoles in Bologna, Italy. He teaches at the Universitat Pompeu Fabra and visits regularly at George Mason University School of Law. A member of the managing board of the European Association of Law and Economics, the Society for European Contract Law, he serves on the editorial board of the International Review of Law and Economics, the Review of Law and Economics, the European Review of Contract Law, and is co-editor of InDret. A small sample of his publications is listed below.
The Harmonization of Contract Law through European Rules: A Law and Economics Perspective, InDret (2008)
This paper aims to present some preliminary ideas about the potential benefits and costs arising...
Optimal Harmonized Standards to Promote Cross-Border Trade (with Juan-José Ganuza), Universitat Pompeu Fabra Working Paper (2008)
Paying the Price for being Caught: The Economics of Manifest and Non-Manifest Theft in Roman Law (with Nuno Garoupa), Review of Law and Economics (2008)
The Charms of Vagueness in Contracts: A Comment on Hermalin, Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics (2008)
Undercapitalized Firms and Liability: The Advantage of Softer Standards over Strict Liability (with Juan-José Ganuza), Universitat Pompeu Fabra Working Paper (2008)
Chantaje e intimidación: un análisis jurídico-económico (with Íñigo Ortiz de Urbina Gimeno) (2005)