Felony Law: A Comparative Method Markus Dubber, Tatjana Hörnle Google Buku

His second main article, The Problem of Social Cost , argued that if we lived in a world with out transaction costs, folks would bargain with each other to create the same allocation of sources, whatever the method a court might rule in property disputes. Coase used the instance of a nuisance case named Sturges v Bridgman, where a noisy sweetmaker and a quiet doctor were neighbours and went to courtroom to see who should have to move. So the law must pre-empt what would occur, and be guided by the most efficient answer. The thought is that law and …