The Latin American and Iberian Journal of Law and Economics (LAIJLE) is the official scholarly journal of the Latin American and Iberian Law and Economics Association (ALACDE). English, Spanish and Portuguese are the official languages of this peer reviewed journal which is published semi-annually on ALACDE's Digital Commons platform powered by bepress.
The aim of The Latin American and Iberian Journal of Law and Economics (LAIJLE) is to promote law and economics theory in Latin America, the Caribbean and the Iberian Peninsula by increasing academic discussion and research on a cluster of inter-related topics including empirical and experimental studies and law and economic analyses about private, corporate, public, international, comparative and economic law; public welfare; conflict resolution; jurisdictional activities; and other concerns.
Volume 2, Issue 2 (2016)
De jure and de facto institutions – disentangling the interrelationships
Jacek Lewkowicz and Katarzyna Metelska-Szaniawska
Understanding the Aggregate Effects of Criminal Prevention Policy: The Role of Relative Safety in Argentina
Pablo Schiaffino, Sora Marcos, and Martín Tetaz
La presión tributaria como elemento falseable de política fiscal
Erick Stern Comas