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Les fonctions cognitives du droit dans la pensée de Cass Sunstein

Abstract : Behavioral approach is nowadays one most prominent field within law and economics literature. Applying bias and heuristics to the law draws new insights and mechanisms on the role and functions of law in society. By studying Sunstein’s works on this topic, we argue that two different normative views emerge from behavioral analysis : debiasing and libertarian paternalism. We show these two conceptions of the law are not necessarily opposed : they rely on a broad conception of freedom as “cognitive freedom”.
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Samuel Ferey, Bruno Deffains. Les fonctions cognitives du droit dans la pensée de Cass Sunstein. Revue Economique, 2014, 65 (2), pp.263 - 278. ⟨10.3917/reco.652.0263⟩. ⟨hal-01744498⟩

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