“The legal subsystem is in close relationship with the other social subsystems (economic, political and cultural) in a determined way, integrating a whole that is the social system. The legal subsystem triggers effects on other subsystems, either through the design of standards or through their application, and, in turn, is influenced by them. Law is an expected value since its efficiency depends not only on what the norms determine, but also on the probability of application of the law in all domains of social relations. This book deals, above all, with the economic analysis of contracts and crime, areas of study and action of paramount importance in any society.”
The authors Arlindo Donário and Ricardo Borges dos Santos are the authors of this work (ISBN: 978-989-561-195-9), being researchers at CARS.