About Institutional Repositories
Institutional Repositories (IRs) bring together all of a University's research under one umbrella, with an aim to preserve and provide access to that research.
IRs are an excellent vehicle for working papers or copies of published articles and conference papers. Presentations, senior theses, and other works not published elsewhere can also be published in the IR.
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About This Journal
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), which was established in 1995 by a group of legal scholars led by Robert Cooter, Andrés Roemer, and Edgardo Buscaglia. Currently, the Latin American and Iberian Law and Economics Association (ALACDE) is one of the three most influential Law and Economics associations in the world focusing on promoting awareness, advancement, and development of legal research on economic analyses of the law.
The Latin American and Iberian Journal of Law and Economics (LAIJLE) was established in 2015 to provide high quality theoretical and empirical research in the field of law and economics. It is a peer reviewed journal and is published semi-annually on Berkeley Electronic Press (bepress) and Digital Commons. Bepress was launched in 1999 by University of California Berkeley Professors Robert Cooter, Aaron Edlin, and Benjamin E. Hermalin. Digital Commons is the leader leading hosted institutional repository software for universities, colleges, law schools, and research centers.
Matías Irigoyen-Testa, Editor-in-Chief, email@example.com
Berkeley Electronic Press (bepress), 2100 Milvia Street, Suite 300, Berkeley, CA, 94704 USA.