In this insightful book, Patrick McNutt explores the meaning of law within a political environment, and advances many new ideas and concepts first addressed in his earlier book Law, Economics and Antitrust.
1. Law's performance 2. Ownership and property rights 3. Honesty and the reign of law 4. Liability and law's indeterminacy 5. Efficient entry and workable competition 6. Non-negativity and obligation 7. A caring-defendant model 8. Competitive harm and public policy 9. Non-market economics 10. The reach of the law 11. Market systems : scramble, combat and contest 12. Frozen markets and intellectual property rights.
Bibliographic Level Mode of Issuance: Monograph Includes bibliographical references (p. 339-366) and index.