About Robert Cooter
IRobert Cooter is the Herman F. Selvin Professor of Law at Berkeley. He was educated at Swarthmore College, Oxford University, and Harvard University. He pioneered the field of law and economics. He also co-founded a company for scholarly communication on the internet named The Berkeley Electronic Press. His books include Law and Economics (6th edition, translated into many language, with Tom Ulen), The Strategic Constitution (Princeton, 2000), Solomon’s Knot: How Law Can End the Poverty of Nations (Princeton, 2012, with Hans Bernd Schaefer), and Getting Incentives Right: Improving Torts, Contracts, and Restitution (Princeton University Press, 2014; with Ariel Porat). He is gradually adding to this website citations and full text (where allowed by copyright) to all of his published and unpublished writings. You can also sign up to receive notification of all new uploads or only those uploads meeting the content criteria that you specify.
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Maturing into Normal Science: The Effect of Empirical Legal Studies ...
Maturing into Normal Science: The Effect of Empirical Legal Studies on Law and Economics (2011)
Empirical legal studies (ELS), according to this Article, is the maturation of law and economics (L&E;) into the long-awaited science ...