The Future of Law and Economics Part 5: A Reply From Henry Manne
I’ve had a wonderful time writing this series on the future of law and economics. When I started the series (Part I, Part II, Part III, and Part IV), I thought it would be a fun thought experiment for me to think through aloud and hopefully start a valuable conversation. By that measure, it has been a success. I’ve received many valuable comments, critiques and responses in blog posts, emails, and in person. But I couldn’t possibly dream up a better way to end the series than with a response from Henry Manne, a founder of the L&E movement, who is perhaps more responsible than any other single figure for its dissemination throughout the legal academy. I think this response is a treat for our readers who are interested in this topic and want to personally thank him for taking the time to offer his thoughts on my series.