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Regulating Risk Through Private Law

Regulating Risk Through Private Law - Dyson, Matthew - ISBN: 9781780684796
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Bindwijze: Boek
Genre: Ondernemingsrecht
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Matthew Dyson Is An Associate Professor In The Faculty Of Law, University Of Oxford, And Tutorial Fellow Of Corpus Christi College. Previously, He Was A Fellow Of Trinity College And Jesus College, Cambridge.

Regulating Risk Through Private Law sets out, for nine significant legal systems, an overarching conception of risk in legal theory, particularly of the linked role of risk-taking in generating liability and in liability regulating risk. It examines and explains what risk-based reasoning adds to private law.

Taking tort law as the core case study, the book analyses national variation in risk understanding, liability, culture and regulation and from that, develops a legal framework for understanding and responding to risk. Then, looking beyond tort, the volume examines the contextual and cultural setting of different risks and how different legal systems seek to regulate them.

The volume draws on more than 25 leading scholars of private law and risk from around the world to develop a coherent and systematic study of risk. The legal systems included span the common law and civil law, large and small, codified and uncodified, as well as those with wider and narrower strict liability rules and causation rules: England and Wales, France, Sweden, Italy, Spain, the Netherlands, Chile, South Africa and Brazil.

This is the first multi-handed work on risk to explore what risk-reasoning adds to private law and how best it can be deployed, resisted or simply understood


Titel: Regulating Risk Through Private Law
auteur: Dyson, Matthew
Mediatype: Boek
Taal: Engels
Aantal pagina's: 560
Uitgever: Intersentia Ltd
NUR: Ondernemingsrecht
Afmetingen: 173 x 249 x 36
Gewicht: 1048 gr
ISBN/ISBN13: 9781780684796
Intern nummer: 39166089


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