Customary international law is one of the three main sources of international law; lamentably, it has historically received little attention from law and economics scholars, despite providing rich material for economic analysis. In this chapter, we provide a concise overview of recent research on customary international law from a law and economics perspective, summarizing the main results while modestly extending some of the analyses presented.
Friday, September 21, 2012
Parisi & Pi: The Emergence and Evolution of Customary International Law
Francesco Parisi (Univ. of Minnesota - Law) & Daniel Pi (Univ. of Minnesota - Law) have posted The Emergence and Evolution of Customary International Law. Here's the abstract: