University of Pittsburgh

The failure of judges and the rise of regulators.

In this book, Andrei Shleifer argues that the ubiquity of regulation can be explained not so much by the failure of markets as by the failure of courts to solve contract and tort disputes cheaply, predictably, and impartially.

ISBN: 9780262016957
PittCat: K3842.S55 2012

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