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White Servitude in Colonial America: An Economic Analysis
Preface Part I. Introduction: 1. The significance and origins of the colonial indenture system Part II. Characteristics of the servant population 2. The age and sex distributions of the indenturedExpand
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Economic Uses of the Oceans and the Impacts on Marine Environments
This book addresses emerging challenges for the World Ocean in the Anthropocene epoch and the effects of increasing globalisation on the seas. The issues explored in particular include climateExpand
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Property Law, Expropriation, and Resource Allocation by Government: the United States, 1789–1910
Expropriation of private property by government is seldom found on the list of policies which have influenced the course of economic development in American history. To be sure, the once-vigorousExpand
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Scientists, Entrepreneurs, and the Policy Process: A Study of the Post-1945 California Sardine Depletion
The California Marine Research Committee was established by the state legislature in 1947 in response to the catastrophic failure of the Pacific Coast sardine fishery. Scientists, state and federalExpand
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Historical Memory, Cultural Claims, and Environmental Ethics in the Jurisprudence of Whaling Regulation
Abstract This study considers in historical perspective the ethical and juridical norms relevant to commercial and indigenous whaling activities and their regulation. An assessment is offered of theExpand
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From Extended Jurisdiction to Privatization: International Law, Biology, and Economics in the Marine Fisheries Debates, 1937-1976
1. Scheiber is the Stefan Riesenfeld Professor of Law and History, Boalt Hall School of Law, University of California, Berkeley. Carr received his J.D. from Boalt Hall in 1994 and is an associate atExpand
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