- Title Pages
ITorts and Misalignments
1Prices, Sanctions, and Discontinuities
2The Injurer’s Self-Risk Puzzle
3Negligence Per Se and Unaccounted Risks
4Lapses and Substitution
5Total Liability for Excessive Harm
IIContracts and Victims’ Incentives
6Unity in the Law of Torts and Contracts
8Decreasing Liability Contracts and the Assistant Interest
IIIRestitution and Positive Externalities
9A Public Goods Theory of Restitution
10Liability Externalities and Mandatory Choices
11The Relationship between Nonlegal Sanctions and Damages
- Table of Cases
- Table of Books and Articles
- Subject Index
- Getting Incentives Right
Robert D. Cooter
- Princeton University Press
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