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Comparative causation

Ram Singh

Comparative causation

a re-examination

by Ram Singh

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Published by Centre for Development Economics, Dept. of Economics, Delhi School of Economics in Delhi .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Proximate cause (Law) -- Mathematical models

  • Edition Notes

    StatementRam Singh.
    SeriesWorking paper -- no. 139
    ContributionsDelhi School of Economics. Centre for Development Economics.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsK940 .S+
    The Physical Object
    Pagination21 p. ;
    Number of Pages21
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17070684M
    LC Control Number2007394818

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    BRETT, Peter, "Book Review: Causation and the Law", () 3 Melbourne University Law Review ; () 14 Journal of Comparative Legislation and International Law and () 15 Journal of Comparative Legislation and International Law ;. Firstly, the authors give an overview of causation under their national legal systems, especially by working out its concept and its importance in establishing liability. Secondly, concrete cases are solved. The following comparative conclusions aim at the co-ordination of the results and the supplementation of other important factors.

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Comparative Causation Parisi, Francesco; Fon, Vincy Francesco Parisi, George Mason University, and Vincy Fon, George Washington University This article examines the criterion of comparative causation according to which an accident loss is apportioned between a faultless tortfeasor and an innocent victim on the basis of their relative causal contributions to the loss.This article examines the criterion of comparative causation according to which an accident loss is apportioned between a faultless tortfeasor and an innocent victim on the basis of their relative causal contributions to the loss.

To explain the rule's structural features, we consider a scenario where liability is allocated on the basis of causation, regardless of fault.

The Nature of Causal-Comparative Research. A common design in educational research studies, Causal-comparative research, seeks to identify associations among variables.

Relationships can be identified in causal-comparative study, but causation cannot be fully established. Attempts to determine cause and effect.