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Law, psychology, and morality : the role of loss aversion / Eyal Zamir.

By: Zamir, Eyal.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookCall no.: K487.E3 Z367 2015Publication: Oxford, U.K. : Oxford University Press, c2015Description: xviii, 258 p.ISBN: 9780199972050 (hbk.); 0199972052 (hbk.).Subject(s): Law and economics | Economics -- Psychological aspects | Actions and defenses -- Psychological aspects | Loss aversion | Cognitive psychology
Contents:
[Part] I. The psychology of loss aversion -- Loss aversion : an overview -- [Part] II. Understanding human behavior in legal contexts -- Consumer behavior -- The market for legal services : contingent fees -- Litigation and settlement -- [Part] III. Framing by the law -- Legally induced reference points -- [Part] IV. Loss aversion and basic features of the law -- Correspondence between loss aversion and the law -- Evolutionary theories -- Cognitive psychology, commonsense morality, and the law -- [Part] V. Normative analysis -- Loss aversion : normative implications.
List(s) this item appears in: New Books 2015-06 (Foreign)
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[Part] I. The psychology of loss aversion -- Loss aversion : an overview -- [Part] II. Understanding human behavior in legal contexts -- Consumer behavior -- The market for legal services : contingent fees -- Litigation and settlement -- [Part] III. Framing by the law -- Legally induced reference points -- [Part] IV. Loss aversion and basic features of the law -- Correspondence between loss aversion and the law -- Evolutionary theories -- Cognitive psychology, commonsense morality, and the law -- [Part] V. Normative analysis -- Loss aversion : normative implications.

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