hljur

CBS LAW

Henrik
Lando
Professor
,
PhD


Room: POR/18.B-1.120
Tel:
+4538152397
E-mail: hl.law@cbs.dk
Presentation

Henrik Lando works within law and economics which applies economic theory (including game theory) to the law. Henrik's main topics are contracts, contract law, tort law, criminal law, rules of evidence, environmental regulation, and the theory of the firm in light of contract theory.

Below, Henrik presents himself, his teaching and his area of research.

Primary research areas
  • Law and Economics
  • Contract Law and Economics
  • The Economics of Tort Law and Insurance
  • Law and Economics of Evidence
  • Contract Management
Administrative tasks
  • Course responsible, Tort Law and Insurance, MSc in Business Administration and Commercial Law
  • Course responsible, Advanced Economics of Law and Contract
Curriculum Vitae
Link to this homepage
www.cbs.dk/en/staff/hljur
Courses
  • Advanced Contract Law and Contract Economics, MSc in Business Administration and Commercial Law
  • Tort Law and Insurance, MSc in Business Administration and Commercial Law
  • The Economics of Innovation (PhD course)
Supervision
  • Project 1 and 2
  • Bachelor projects
  • Master theses
  • PhD supervision
Selected publications
  • Optimal Standards of Negligence When One Party Is Uninformed of the Standards,  Journal of Law, Economics, and Organization, 2010, Vol/bind 26, 3, pp. 592-608.
  • Does Wrongful Conviction Lower Deterrence? Journal of Legal Studies, 2006 ; Vol. 35, No. 2, pp. 327-337.
  • The Advantage of Focusinga Law Enforcement Effort, International Review of Law and Economics, 2004, Vol. 24, No. 2, pp. 209-218. (with Steven Shavell, Harvard Law School).
  • When is the Preponderance of the Evidence Standard Optimal? The Geneva Papers on Risk and Insurance, 2002, pp. 602-608.
  • Prevention of Crime and the Optimal Standard of Proof in Criminal Law, Review of Law and Economics, 2009, pp. 33-52.
Publications sorted by:
2020
Henrik Lando / A Pragmatic View of Fairness and Social Welfare in the Analysis of Law
Frederiksberg : Copenhagen Business School [wp] 2020, 13 p. (CBS LAW Research Paper, No. 20-09)
Working paper
Henrik Lando / Changing the Nature of Negotiations : From One-Sided to Balanced Standard Contract Terms.
Frederiksberg : Copenhagen Business School [wp] 2020, 15 p. (CBS LAW Research Paper, No. 20-40)
Working paper
Henrik Lando / On Consequential and Normative Analysis of Law : A Critical View of Alf Ross’s Legacy.
In: Kritisk Juss, Vol. 46, No. 3, 2020, p. 193–207
Journal article > peer review
Henrik Lando / Two Advantages of the Negligence Rule over Strict Liability when the Parties are Risk Averse
In: Review of Law and Economics, Vol. 16, No. 3, 11.2020
Journal article > peer review
Henrik Lando / Why Do Business Losses Cause Conflict?
In: Journal of Strategic Contracting and Negotiation, 1.6.2020
Journal article > peer review
2019
Henrik Lando / The Information Advantage of the Negligence Rule over Strict Liability
Frederiksberg : Copenhagen Business School [wp] 2019, 11 p. (CBS LAW Research Paper, No. 19-01)
Working paper
Henrik Lando / Why Do Business Losses Cause Conflict?
Frederiksberg : Copenhagen Business School [wp] 2019, 29 p. (CBS LAW Research Paper, No. 19-42)
Working paper
Henrik Lando / Why do Business Losses Cause Conflict?
Frederiksberg : Copenhagen Business School [wp] 2019, 29 p. (CBS LAW Research Paper, No. 19-42)
Working paper
2018
Henrik Lando; Murat C. Mungan / The Effect of Type-1 Error on Deterrence
In: International Review of Law and Economics, Vol. 53, 3.2018, p. 1-8
Journal article > peer review
2017
Henrik Lando / Alf Ross and the Functional Analysis of Law
In: Erhvervsretlige emner: 1917-2017. . ed. /Vishv Priya Kohli; Peter Arnt Nielsen. København : Djøf Forlag 2017, p. 43-67
Book chapter > peer review
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Research Projects
Outside activities
  • University of South-Eastern Norway, 2 years of activity, Professor 2, teaching
  • Højesteret, 3 years of activity, Bibeskæftigelsesnævnet
  • Advokatsamfundet, 10 years of activity, Teach regularly in a course for lawyers on mediation (maybe 8 hours per year)