Guido Calabresi - Major Works

Major Works

  • 1961, "Some Thoughts on Risk Distribution and the Law of Torts," Yale Law Journal.
  • 1970. The Cost of Accidents: A Legal and Economic Analysis. Yale University Press.
  • 1972 (with Douglas Melamed), "Property Rules, Liability Rules and Inalienability: One View of the Cathedral," Harvard Law Review. (Very often cited.)

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