Introduction to the symposium on the empirics of judicial institutions
Alain Marciano and
Giovanni Ramello ()
Journal of Institutional Economics, 2019, vol. 15, issue 1, 73-80
The article provides an overview on the emergence of dispute resolution institutions in society and market, their pivotal role and their impact on the human activities. It introduces then recent researches conducted by a pool of scholars in order to advance the understanding of modern judicial institutions which represent the aims of this journal issue.
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