Table of contents for The legal analyst : a toolkit for thinking about the law / Ward Farnsworth.

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Part I. Incentives
1. Ex Ante and Ex Post
2. The Idea of Efficiency
3. Thinking at the Margin
4. The Single Owner
5. The Least Cost Avoider
6. Administrative Cost
7. Rents
8. The Coase Theorem
Part II. Trust, Cooperation, and Other Problems for Multiple Players
9. Agency (with Eric Posner)
10. The Prisoner¿s Dilemma
11. Public Goods
12. The Stag Hunt
13. Chicken
14. Cascades
15. Voting Paradoxes
16. Suppressed Markets (with Saul Levmore)
Part III. Jurisprudence
17. Rules and Standards
18. Slippery Slopes (with Eugene Volokh)
19. Acoustic Separation
20. Property Rules and Liability Rules
21. Baselines
Part IV. Psychology
22. Willingness to Pay and Willingness to Accept: The Endowment Effect and Kindred Ideas
23. Hindsight Bias
24. Framing Effects
25. Anchoring
26. Self-Serving Bias, with a Note on Attribution Error
Part V. Problems of Proof
27. Presumptions
28. Standards of Proof
29. The Product Rule
30. The Base Rate
31. Value and Markets

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Law -- Methodology.
Sociological jurisprudence.
Law and economics.
Law -- Psychological aspects.