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050 00 K487.E3|bE2665 2015 
245 00 Economics of legal history /|cedited by Daniel Klerman, 
       Carles L. and Ramona I. Hilliard Professor of Law and 
       History, University of Southern California, USA 
264  1 Cheltenham, UK ;|aNorthampton, MA, USA :|bEdward Elgar 
264  4 |c©2015 
300    xxiii, 783 pages :|billustrations ;|c26 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
490 0  Economic approaches to law ;|v45 
490 1  An Elgar research collection 
504    Includes bibliographical references 
505 00 |gIntroduction /|rDaniel Klerman --|tToward a theory of 
       property rights /|rHarold Demsetz --|tThe allocation of 
       property rights to land : US land policy and farm failure 
       in the northern great plains /|rZeynep K. Hansen and Gary 
       D. Libecap --|tThe political economy of the Securities Act
       of 1933 /|rPaul G. Mahoney --|tJurisdictional competition 
       and the evolution of the common law /|rDaniel Klerman --
       |tDetermining the impact of federal antidiscrimination 
       policy on the economic status of blacks : a study of South
       Carolina /|rJames J. Heckman and Brook S. Payner --|tDid 
       women's suffrage change the size and scope of the 
       government? /|rJohn R. Lott, Jr. and Lawrence W. Kenny --
       |tWomen's suffrage, political responsiveness, and child 
       survival in American history /|rGrant Miller --
       |tConstitutions and commitment : the evolution of 
       institutions governing public choice in seventeenth-
       century England /|rDouglass C. North and Barry R. Weingast
       --|tInstitutional reforms, financial development and 
       sovereign debt : Britain 1690-1790 /|rNathan Sussman and 
       Yishay Yafeh --|tThe value of judicial independence : 
       evidence from eighteenth century England /|rDaniel M. 
       Klerman and Paul G. Mahoney --|tDid the Glorious 
       Revolution contribute to the transport revolution? : 
       Evidence from investment in roads and rivers /|rDan Bogart
       --|tA theory of endogenous institutional change /|rAvner 
       Greif and David D. Laitin --|tHistory lessons : the birth 
       of impersonal exchange : the community responsibility 
       system and impartial justice /|rAvner Greif --|tCreating 
       and American property law : alienability and its limits in
       American history /|rClaire Priest --|tA hypothesis of 
       wealth-maximalizing norms : evidence from the whaling 
       industry /|rRobert C. Ellickson --|tOrder without law? : 
       Property rights during the California gold rush /|rKaren 
       Clay and Gavin Wright --|tReputation and coalitions in 
       medieval trade : evidence of the Maghribi traders /|rAvner
       Greif --|tCurrency policies and legal development in 
       colonial New England /|rClaire Priest --|tThe selection of
       13th-century disputes for litigation /|rDaniel Klerman --
       |tThe market for children : evidence from early modern 
       Japan /|rJ. Mark Ramseyer --|tCritical legal histories /
       |rRobert W. Gordon 
650  0 Law|xHistory 
650  0 Law|xHistory|xEconomic aspects 
700 1  Klerman, Daniel Marc,|eeditor 
830  0 Elgar research collection 
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