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Research in law and economics.


Research in law and economics.

Ed. by Richard O. Zerbe and John B. Kirkwood.

Emerald Group Publishing


233 pages



Research in law and economics; v.25


Edited by Zerbe (U. of Washington) and Kirkwood (Seattle U.), this 25th volume of the Research in Law and Economics series brings together work by an international group of scholars on a variety of topics. These include application of accounting profits and Ricardian rents to antitrust enforcement, resource distribution in a double lawsuit, the economics of contract interpretation, foreign exchange regulations and pharmaceutical sector research and development in India, the use of transaction cost economics for choosing between environmental regulatory instruments, and economic analysis of allegations in cigarette litigations and the impact of Federal Trade Commission regulation. Distributed in North America by Turpin Distribution.

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