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법(法)의 경제적(經濟的) 분석(分析)에 관한 몇 가지 오해(誤解)에 관한 고찰(考察)
A Study on Several Misunderstandings of Economic Analysis of Law

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Authors
허성욱
Issue Date
2007
Publisher
서울대학교 법학연구소
Citation
법학, Vol.48 No4 pp.179-205
Keywords
법경제학효율성법의 경제적 분석에 관한 오해형평성Law and economicsefficiencyrationalityjustice
Abstract
It has been quite long since the academic trend of economic analysis of law
was introduced into Korea, and quite many scholars are interested in that field
nowadays. However, the outcome is not so satisfactory yet. More and more
cases come to courts recently which need economic analysis, but, in Korean
courts, most of them are settled without economic analysis. There can be found
many reasons of this state of things. In my thought, one of those reasons stems
from several misunderstandings of economic analysis of law.
Followings are those several misunderstandings.
(1) The Law and the Economics do not share the academic research subjects,
so the two academics cannot be combined.
(2) The economic analysis of law does not consider the value of ‘justice’ and
‘human rights’ which are the main objects in legal research.
(3) Economic analysis evaluates every value in our society in terms of monetary
value, so it is not appropriate to be taken as legal analytic tool.
(4) The economic analysis of law does not fully consider the value of equity
in law.
(5) The economic analysis of law can be done only through unintelligible
mathematics and diagrams.
(6) The economic analysis of law can be applied only in the field of private
law, not in the field of public law.
(7) The economic analysis of law uses many strict and impractical assumptions,
so its applicability to real legal problem is severely restricted.
ISSN
1598-222X
Language
Korean
URI
http://lawi.snu.ac.kr/

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