Created by:  Wesleyan University

Commitment16 hours of videos and assessments
Language
English
How To PassPass all graded assignments to complete the course.
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4.5 stars
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Wesleyan University
At Wesleyan, distinguished scholar-teachers work closely with students, taking advantage of fluidity among disciplines to explore the world with a variety of tools. The university seeks to build a diverse, energetic community of students, faculty, and staff who think critically and creatively and who value independence of mind and generosity of spirit.
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Rated 4.5 out of 5 of 196 ratings

This is a great course to get introduced to thinking about legal problems using economic priniciples. The contents match the course description exactly. The suggested readings are articles written by legal scholars, so they may seem a bit intimidating, but the videos explain the concepts in a lucid manner. My biggest takeaway from this course is a different way of thinking about property. Ask yourself this question: Is a movie ticket your property or the movie theatre owner's? As you will learn, it belongs to both of you at the same time. Enjoy this course.

Good and well structured course.

The class, is very insightful. Thus far, it's full of deeper insight, than I'd experienced, from my other colleges.

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