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Title Customary law and economics / edited by Lisa Bernstein and Francesco Parisi
Published Cheltenham : Edward elgar, [2014]
Cheltenham, UK Edward Elgar Publishing Limited, [2014]


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Description xv, 761 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Series An Elgar research collection
Economic approaches to law ; 42
Economic approaches to law ; 42
Elgar research collection.
Contents Contents note continued: 12.̀Structural Adjudication and the New Law Merchant: A Model of Decentralized Law', International Review of Law and Economics, 14 (2), June, 215-31 / Robert D. Cooter -- 13.̀A Hypothesis of Wealth-Maximizing Norms: Evidence from the Whaling Industry', Journal of Law, Economics, and Organization, V (1), Spring, 83-97 / Robert C. Ellickson -- pt. III INTERNATIONAL CUSTOMARY LAW -- 14.̀Customary International Law', in Economic Foundations of International Law, Chapter 5, Cambridge, MA and London, UK: Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 50-62, notes / Alan O. Sykes -- 15.̀A Theory of Customary International Law', University of Chicago Law Review, 66 (4), Autumn, 11 13-77 / Eric A. Posner -- 16.̀Understanding the Resemblance Between Modern and Traditional Customary International Law', Virginia Journal of International Law, 40 (2), Winter, 639-72 / Eric A. Posner --
Contents note continued: 17.̀Inefficient Customs in International Law', William and Mary Law Review, 48 (3), 859-922 / Eugene Kontorovich -- 18.̀Stability and Change in International Customary Law', Supreme Court Economic Review, 17(1), February, 279-309 / Francesco Parisi -- 19.̀Withdrawing from International Custom', Yale Law Journal, 120, 202-75 / Mitu Gulati
Contents note continued: pt. II COMMERCIAL CUSTOMARY LAW: CONTEMPORARY ILLUSTRATIONS -- 7.̀A Theory of the Ethnically Homogeneous Middleman Group: An Institutional Alternative to Contract Law', Journal of Legal Studies, X (2), June, 349-62 / Janet T. Landa -- 8.̀Opting Out of the Legal System: Extralegal Contractual Relations in the Diamond Industry', Journal of Legal Studies, XXI (1), January, 1 15-57 / Lisa Bernstein -- 9.̀Merchant Law in a Merchant Court: Rethinking the Code's Search for Immanent Business Norms', University of Pennsylvania Law Review, 144 (5), May, 1765-821 / Lisa Bernstein -- 10.̀The Tuna Court: Law and Norms in the World's Premier Fish Market', California Law Review, 94 (2), March, 313-69, includes photos / Eric A. Feldman -- 11.̀The Questionable Empirical Basis of Article 2's Incorporation Strategy: A Preliminary Study', University of Chicago Law Review, 66 (3), Summer, 710-80 / Lisa Bernstein --
Machine generated contents note: pt. I CUSTOMARY LAW: HISTORICAL ILLUSTRATIONS -- 1.̀The Spontaneous Evolution of Commercial Law', Southern Economic Journal, 55 (3), January, 644-61 / Bruce L. Benson -- 2.̀The Myth of the Customary Law Merchant', Texas Law Review, 90, 1153-206 / Emily Kadens -- 3.̀The Medieval Law Merchant', in The Law Merchant: The Evolution of Commercial Law, Chapter 1, Littleton, CO: Fred B. Rothman and Co., 7-21, 137-46 / Leon E. Trakman -- 4.̀The Emergence of English Commercial Law: Analysis Inspired by the Ottoman Experience', Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 71 (3), September, 638-46 / Daniel Klerman -- 5.̀Coordination, Commitment, and Enforcement: The Case of the Merchant Guild', Journal of Political Economy, 102 (4), August, 745-76 / Barry R. Weingast -- 6.̀The Role of Institutions in the Revival of Trade: The Law Merchant, Private Judges, and the Champagne Fairs', Economics and Politics, 2(1), March, 1-23 / Barry R. Weingast --
Notes Formerly CIP. Uk
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Subject Customary law -- Economic aspects.
Customary law.
Law and economics.
Author Bernstein, Lisa (Lisa E.), editor
Parisi, Francesco, 1962- editor
LC no. 2013949873
ISBN 1782549692 (hbk.)
9781782549697 (hbk.)