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Articles from Michigan Law Review (August 1, 2000)

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Title Author Type Words
A public choice approach to private ordering: rent-seeking at the world's first futures exchange. Yadlin, Omri 4756
Commercial norms and the fine art of the small con. Baird, Douglas G. 5265
Empirical insight and some thoughts on future(s) investigation. Simpson, A.W. Brian 1845
Enforcing contracts in dysfunctional legal systems: the close relationship between public and private orders. Porat, Ariel 9991
Exploring the battle of the forms in action. Keating, Daniel 18222
Informality as a bilateral assurance mechanism. Katz, Avery Wiener 9483
Lawyers, law, and contract formation. Rasmussen, Robert K. 5788
Letters of credit as signals. Gillette, Clayton P. 5268
On the use of practitioner surveys in commercial law research. Katz, Avery Wiener 5886
Phoebe's lament. White, James J. 3143
Private order and public institutions. Katz, Ellen D. 6007
Private order under dysfunctional public order. McMillan, John; Woodruff, Christopher 15756
Private ordering at the world's first futures exchange. West, Mark D. 17330
Reaffirming relationship-specific investments. Masten, Scott E. 4398
Reconciling the old theory and the new evidence. Corre, Jacob I. 2830
Rethinking relationship-specific investments: subcontracting in the Japanese automobile industry. Miwa, Yoshiro; Ramseyer, J. Mark 13579
The limits of empiricism: what facts tell us. Patterson, Dennis 4156
The role of letters of credit in payment transactions. Mann, Ronald J. 21405
The sound of one form battling. Craswell, Richard 5357

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