Economic Analysis of International Law
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Economic Analysis of International Law

Edited by Eugene Kontorovich and Francesco Parisi

Through original and incisive contributions from leading scholars, this book applies economics and other rational choice methods to understanding public international law. The chapters cover a range of topics, from the sources of international law to means of enforcement. The application of economic analysis to public international law is still in its early stages, and Economic Analysis of International Law provides a useful overview, as well as setting directions for new research.
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Chapter 7: Treaty enforcement

Paul B. Stephan

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JOBNAME: Kontorovich PAGE: 3 SESS: 3 OUTPUT: Tue Jul 19 13:05:04 2016 7. Treaty enforcement Paul B. Stephan After a long history of neglect, both legal scholars and economists have studied treaty enforcement in recent years (Posner and Sykes 2011)...

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