36th Annual Conference

Tel Aviv, September 2019

The 36th EALE conference will be hosted by the Buchmann Faculty of Law, Tel Aviv University, on 18-20 September 2019.

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News

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Nov 2018

EALE Award

Francesco Parisi (Univ. of Minnesota and Univ. of Bologna) has been awarded the EALE award  during the 2018 EALE conference in Milan. He will deliver a lecture at the next conference (in Tel Aviv in september 2019), which will then be published in the EALE official journal, the Review of Law and Economics. To honor professor Parisi’s prize, several journals in which he published his work made it freely available and posted an announcement: Review of Law and Economics, Supreme Court Economic Review , International Review of Law and Economics. 

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Nov 2018

Göran Skogh Award

Adam Hal Spencer (University of Nottingham) has been awarded this year in Milan the 2018 Göran Skogh Award. As a recall, the foundation Forum för Rättsekonomi (Forum for Law and Economics), in cooperation with EALE, awards a prize for the best paper presented by a young scholar each year at the EALE Annual Conference. The prize is given in the memory of Göran Skogh, first President of EALE.

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EALE Membership

One becomes a member of EALE (or renews membership) at the time of registering to the Annual Conference or by submitting an online application. Yearly membership fees apply.

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EALE Awards

  • Göran Skogh Award for the Most Promising Young Scholar Paper presented at the annual conference (together with Forum för Rättsekonomi)
  • The lifetime achievements EALE Award for significant contributions to the field.

About EALE

Law and Economics (L&E), also known as the Economic Analysis of Law, is one of the most rapidly growing fields in legal and economic research. This approach applies economic concepts to explain and clarify legal issues, not only with respect to narrowly defined ‘economic’ fields, such as competition and economic law, but also to legal fields that concern a wide variety of non-market activities, from liability issues to family matters and crime.

European Association of Law and Economics, founded in 1984, stimulates the development of Law and Economics in Europe, providing assistance to L&E scholars and bringing their scholarship to a wider audience, including policy makers, legislators and judges.