Economics lets one examine the choices made, given the various constraints they have. As the constraints change, behavior changes as well. Be it Legislature, Executive or Judiciary, any decision making body as well gives considerable attention towards impact analysis through economic tools. It becomes pertinent to read Law and Economics, wherein economic tools are used to better understand the law and to find its efficiency and working. It permits the greater use of economics to examine the law in addition to recognizing the importance of law to an analysis of the economy. Keeping the objective in mind, the course will aim at providing an insight to learners regarding application of economic approach in legal arena by touching numerous areas of law such as Constitutional law, Competition law, Finance law, Mediation law, Environmental law, Capital Markets, Policy Making etc
AIMS: The purpose of this course will be to provide participants with an understanding of different arenas of legal field using the tools of economic analysis. It will only help them explore the legal areas through an outlook focusing upon the greatest good to respective stakeholders. It will also help them to identify limitations and functions and solutions to improve the quality of respective legal fields.
DURATION: The Academy comprises of 05 days on online medium using Cisco WebEx meetings platform starting from 09th august to 13th august 2021. The registered participants will be provided with the meeting link and other necessary details. Each day shall comprise of minimum five lectures per day of 50 minutes each. The session will begin at 02:00 PM onwards every day.
– Participants will learn tools and techniques used in the study of Law and Economics.
– Participants will get exposure of learning economic analysis of different arenas of legal studies.
Online Lectures, case study, data analysis and e-content.
Reflection Note for each day
WHO MAY PARTICIPATE?
– Students/Research Scholars pursuing M.A./M.Phil/Ph.D Discipline in Economics
– Research Scholars pursuing Ph.D in the interdisciplinary study of Law and Economics
– Students/Research Scholars pursuing M.A./M.Phil/Ph.D Discipline in Statistics
– Students/Research Scholars pursuing M.A./M.Phil/Ph.D Discipline in Public Policy
– Students/Research Scholars pursuing M.A./M.Phil/Ph.D Discipline in Development Studies
– Students pursuing Five-Year/Three LLB Discipline
– Students pursuing One-Year/Two-Year LLM Discipline
– Academicians teaching and researching in the interdisciplinary study of law and economics.
– Professionals working in Banking, Finance or Economics field.
This is not an exhaustive list. Students, Researchers, Academicians, Professionals having an avid interest in the interdisciplinary study of Law and Economics are welcome to be part of the Workshop too.
FEE FOR ACADEMY:
– Students and Research Scholars – 1000/- (INR)
– Academicians and Professionals – 1500/- (INR)
PAYMENT & REGISTRATION
– Registrations are limited to 60 participants on a first come first serve basis.
– Last date of Payment and Registration: 05th August 2020
– Certificate of Participation will be provided on successful completion of the academy.
STEPS TO REGISTER AND MAKE PAYMENT:
2. Accept the ‘Terms & Conditions’ and click on ‘Proceed’
3. Select ‘Gujarat’ in ‘State of Corporation/Institution’ and select ‘Educational Institution’ in ‘Type of Corporation/Institution’
4. Select ‘Gujarat National Law University’ in ‘Educational Institutions Name’
5. Select ‘2nd gnlu workshop on research in law and economics.’ in ‘Category’
6. Fill in all the details and make the payment
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The Centre for Law & Economics (CLE) is a centre of excellence for research and training in the discipline of Law & Economics (also referred to as the Economic Analysis of Law). The Centre values rigorous work in the discipline and aims to promote awareness of and research in the field. It carries out courses and conferences for scholars, practitioners and students apart from publications on the economic analysis of contemporary legal issues. It aims to produce quality prescriptions for legislators, regulators and government departments and provide clear explanations and guidance to businesses and ordinary citizens alike. Centre for Law and Economics has always tried to reach out to bright and young minds who have keen interest in employing economic tools and theories for legal analysis. Some of these efforts can be seen at GNLU Centre for Law and Economics page for Past Events. GNLU also offers a Ph.D. degree course in Economics to promote academic skill and research vigour in economics and law.