Ekonominė teisės analizė (susiformavimas)

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Lietuvių kalba / Lithuanian
Ekonominė teisės analizė (susiformavimas)
Alternative Title:
Economic analysis of law (the development)
In the Journal:
Teisė. 2012, t. 83, p. 220-233
Ekonominė teisės analizės; Čikagos teisės mokykla; Konkurencijos teisė.
Economic analysis of law; Chicago law school; Competition law.
Summary / Abstract:

LTStraipsnyje yra pateikiamos Lietuvoje plačiai neanalizuotos ekonominės teisės analizės paradigmos ištakos ir pirmieji žingsniai. Konstatuojamas lemiamas utilitarizmo vaidmuo besiformuojančiai paradigmai. Pateikiamos ekonominei teisės analizei susiformuoti aktualios teisės mąstytojų įžvalgos. Taip pat analizuojami svarbesni paradigmos susikūrimo žingsniai nuo nesėkmingo pirmojo etapo XIX a. - XX a. pr. iki revoliucinių darbų XX a. vid., kai Čikagos teisės mokykloje aktyvūs ginčai dėl konkurencijos teisės turinio tapo atskaitos tašku ekonominiu mąstymu pagrįstoms idėjoms iš konkurencijos teisės plisti ir į kitas teisės sritis. [Iš leidinio]

ENEconomic Analysis of Law is a paradigm, which has not noted much attention in Lithuanian legal doctrine so far. This article is a pursue to fill in the existing gap, provide an impetus as well as a framework for further researches. The article is focused on a formation and development of the paradigm. The article provides insights on the philosophical and historical foundations of Economic Analysis of Law. It presents a systematic look at Economic Analysis of Law as the idea which started to be shaped by crucial utilitarian focused thoughts of J. Bentham and core economic implications provided by A. Smith. Other important contributions of classic scholars are also analysed. Among the others this article emphasises C. Beccaria's economic logicbased approach to criminal law, J. Austin postulates on legal positivism affected by utilitarian thinking and other important features. Historical development of the paradigm is also provided: from the first (the period from nineteenth century to the twentieth century) to the second wave (twentieth century). The idea of failure of first period despite of a very active institutionalism movement at the time is presented. It is also stated that origins of modem Economic Analysis of Law lie in ideas of Chicago Law School scholars of the mid of twentieth century. As then the shift from economically-based disputes over the content of competition law to other areas of law occurcd. Certain fundamental steps of the creation of the paradigm is provided: from classical R. Coase theorem to R. Posner idea of common law efficiency, insightful and thoughtful G. Calabresi works and practical importance of judge L. Hand formula for negligence in tort law, as well as G. Becker ideas applying economic thinking in criminal law. [From the publication]

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