Every semester CBS LAW hosts a number of research seminars. The speakers at the seminars are researchers from CBS LAW or researchers from other institutions. Most seminars are held i Danish.
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The annual Nordic Network of European Legal Studies (NNELS) was held at CBS LAW on 10 October 2018.
On this page you can find the program as well as presentations from the seminar.
Program of the day: NNELS program
Presentation by Juha Raitio (University of Helsinki): Presentation NNELS
Presentation by Ruth Nielsen (CBS LAW): NNELS presentation
Seminar: Doron Teichman - A behavioral theory of contracts
CBS LAW will host a seminar with the title: A behavioral theory of contracts.
In recent years, behavioral findings on people's bounded rationality have greatly contributed to the understanding of contracts and contract law. The behavioral insights challenge some of the claims of standard economic analysis (and are of relevance to other normative perspectives as well).
The talk will present a behavioral theory of contracts, which emphasizes the role of factors such as promise keeping and trust, and examines how these factors are affected by the mode of contracting - individually negotiated versus standard-form contracts. Further, the talk will explore concrete areas of contract law through a behavioral prism, including pre-contractual negotiations, with special emphasis on the role of default rules and other reference points; contract information; and remedies for breach of contract, including agreed-upon remedies. Finally, the talk will review the growing impact of behavioral findings on the regulation of consumer contracts.
Doron Teichman, the speaker, is the Vice Dean and Jacob I. Berman Chair in Law at the faculty of Law, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Moreover, he is the co-author (with Prof. Eyal Zamir) of Behavioral Law and Economics (Oxford University press; 2018).
The seminar will take place 25 January 2019: 10.00-11.30 at CBS, more exactly: CBS, Augustinus Fonden: Senate meeting room SP D4, Solbjerg Plads 3, 2000 Frederiksberg, Denmark.
If you have any questions regarding the seminar, please contact Prof. Henrik Lando from CBS LAW: firstname.lastname@example.org
To sign up, send an email to: email@example.com. Deadline: 21 January 2019.