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Rethinking the Theory of Legal Rights” (with Jody Kraus), 95 Yale Law Journal 1335 (1986)

Abstract

In the economic approach to law, legal rights are designed, in part, to overcome the conditions under which markets fail. In correcting for market failure, economic analysis endorses two rules for assigning legal rights.

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1986

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