The Coase‑Sandor Institute for Law and Economics is hosting a series of advanced lectures in Law and Economics, featuring the cutting‑edge work of its faculty.
Tackling large, volatile problems like Covid‑19 and climate change requires coordinating many small, interacting decisions. In this talk, Professor Fennell discusses how law and norms might be leveraged to assemble the cooperation necessary to avoid catastrophic outcomes and pursue desirable ones.
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Registration is not required for attendance, only for active participation in Q&A.