Law and Economics
Students interested in pursuing a joint degree in law and economics have the opportunity to explore these unique Stanford resources:
- Stanford Program in Law, Economics and Business: A comprehensive, intensive program integrating Stanford's many teaching and research resources in these interconnected disciplines.
- Arthur and Toni Rembe Rock Center for Corporate Governance: The first such center on the West Coast, engaging Stanford faculty, alumni, students, and corporate leaders in collaboration on key issues from shareholder rights to executive pay and auditing practices.
- John M. Olin Program in Law and Economics: Supports faculty and student research, publishes working papers, hosts seminars and lunch discussions, and awards students fellowships in law and economics.
- Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research (SIEPR): Conducts studies on important economic policy issues in the United States and other countries, informs and advises policy makers and the public on policy issues, and trains future economic policy analysts.
- Program in Law, Entrepreneurship, and Economic Growth: A joint endeavor of Stanford Law School and the Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research. Cross-disciplinary teams composed of faculty from both institutions are collaborating on a wide range of projects that seek to understand the relationship between law and economic growth.