ECONOMIC RELATIONS AS A FIELD OF COOPERATION OF LEGAL SCIENCES AND ECONOMICS. REMARKS FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF ANALYTICAL JURISPRUDENCE
In this paper I try to identify the “common areas” that connect jurisprudence with economic theory. The present text can therefore be considered apart of the scientific program of the so-called “external integration of legal sciences”. The proposed considerations are based on two important assumptions, limiting the scope of the paper. Firstly, the adopted perspective is first and foremost the legal point of view — let us add that Imean legal sciences based on the achievements of selected parts of analytical jurisprudence. References to economic theory have only an indicative character. And secondly, in this paper I refer to aquite specific — probably not shared by the whole legal community — concept of “management” as atype of “attitude toward the law”. This concept refers to the basic assumptions of modern pragmalinguistics — adirection in the study of language which seems to favour the integration of linguistics (and analytical jurisprudence, which is based thereon) with the outside, including the economic environment. In this paper I extract six components that make up the “management attitude” and then present theoretical and legal issues associated with each of them, and the similar problems of the theory of economics.