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Law and Economics : Volume I: Theory, Volume II: Practice
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Volume I: Theory, Volume II: Practice This two-volume book deals with the theory of Law and Economics and its applications in the context of India. It is written. Volume I: Theory, Volume II: Practice Shubhashis Gangopadhyay, V Santhakumar Market for Natural Gas', The Journal of Law and Economics, – Handbook of Law and Economics, Volume 1, party be a fine, an imprisonment term, or a combination of the two? Should the summarize the theory, and in section 11 we discuss enforcement practices in the light of the theory we have.
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