GNLU Centre for Law & Economics is organising the “One day Seminar on Economic Analysis of Constitutional Law” on Saturday, 21st September 2019.
About the Seminar:
“Would you say the government is run by a few people looking out for themselves or are working for the benefit of everyone?”
The economic study of constitutional law elaborates on this very pertinent question, by using public choice theory amongst other economic tools and revisiting classical legal doctrines and along with concepts which currently exist, for a holistic and fruitful understanding of the subject. From democracy and the separation of powers to legislative intent and constitutional review, the seminar will focus on the main concepts and theories of the constitutional law and politics from an economics perspective, whilst making an attempt to answer this question, which is widely debated and there is growing discourse.
About the Resource Person
Prof. Tom Ginsburg
Leo Spitz Professor of International Law,
Ludwig and Hilde Wolf Research Scholar,
Professor of Political Science,
University of Chicago
Seminar Fees Structure:
- GNLU participant – Rs 300/-
- Other participant – Rs 500/-
Step 1: Payment of Registration Fees
Payment of the appropriate fees can be made online through the following link.
Kindly choose: Economic Analysis of Constitutional Law
Step 2: Fill up the following registration form
After making the payment, please fill up the given form with the Payment Receipt number.
Last date of registration: 18th September 2019 (or till seats are available)
You may also, contact Mr Prateek Gujjar (+91 8861260860) or Mr Vishesh Sharma (+91 7434045442).
For more details, refer Economic Analysis of Constitutional Law