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Chapter 36: Securing an ethical foundation for law and social economics
36 Securing an ethical foundation for law and social economics Mark D. White The economic approach to law, otherwise known as ‘law and economics’, is by many measures the most successful instance of economic imperialism, the application of economi...
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