Law and economics

The economic analysis of the law investigates the impact of legal rules and regulations on economic activities, both theoretically and empirically. Of special interest are the fields of competition law, intellectual property, liability law, contract law and criminal law. In these fields, the law (domestic, European or international) is scrutinized with the tools of economic analysis, with the purpose of determining costs and benefits of alternative legal solutions.

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Elena Argentesi

Associate Professor

keywords: competition policy, antitrust, fusioni, digital markets, media

Vincenzo Denicolò

Full Professor

keywords: competition policy, patents, industrial organization, intellectual property, endogenous growth
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Gianluca Fiorentini

Full Professor

keywords: Health economics, Welfare programs, Regulation
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Chiara Natalie Focacci

PhD Student

Teaching tutor

keywords: Labour Law and Economics, Economic History, Social Policy
keywords: IPRs, tort law and economics, law and economics
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Alice Guerra

Senior assistant professor (fixed-term)

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Carmine Guerriero

Senior assistant professor (fixed-term)

keywords: Political Economy, Law and Economics, Regulation
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Francesco Parisi

Full Professor

keywords: Commons and Anticommons, Entropy in Property, Modeling Law, Law and Economics, Coase Theorem, Public Choice Theory,
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Enrico Santarelli

Full Professor

keywords: Entrepreneurship, Emerging economies, Intellectual Property Right Protecion, Firm and Industry Dynamics, Innovation and
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Antonella Zarra

PhD Student

keywords: Digital Economy, Data Protection Law, Competition Policy, Information Economics
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