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Law and Social Economics

Edited by Mark D. White

in Perspectives from Social Economics from Palgrave Macmillan, currently edited by Mark White

Date: 2015
ISBN: 978-1-137-44376-2
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Chapters in this book:

Ch Chapter 1 Toward a Contractarian Theory of Law
Claire Finkelstein
Ch Chapter 10 Punitive (and) Pain-and-Suffering Damages in Brazil
Osny Silva Filho
Ch Chapter 2 Environmental Ethics, Economics, and Property Law
Steven McMullen and Daniel Molling
Ch Chapter 3 Individual Rights, Economic Transactions, and Recognition: A Legal Approach to Social Economics
Stefano Solari
Ch Chapter 4 Institutionalist Method and Forensic Proof
Robert M. LaJeunesse
Ch Chapter 5 Retributivist Justice and Dignity: Finding a Role for Economics in Criminal Justice
Mark D. White
Ch Chapter 6 Female Genital Mutilation and the Law: A Qualitative Case Study
Regina Gemignani and Quentin Wodon
Ch Chapter 7 An Unexamined Oxymoron: Trust but Verify
David George
Ch Chapter 8 On the Question of Court Activism and Economic Interests in Nineteenth-Century Married Women’s Property Law
Daniel MacDonald
Ch Chapter 9 Divergent Outcomes of Land Rights Claims of Indigenous Peoples in the United States
Wayne Edwards

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DOI: 10.1057/9781137443762

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