FROM DISMAL TO DOMINANCE? LAW AND ECONOMICS AND THE VALUES OF IMPERIAL SCIENCE

@inproceedings{Medema2006FROMDT,
  title={FROM DISMAL TO DOMINANCE? LAW AND ECONOMICS AND THE VALUES OF IMPERIAL SCIENCE},
  author={Steven G. Medema},
  year={2006}
}
and participants in the spring 2006 seminar on " Richard Posner and the Economic Analysis of Law " at the University of Reims Champagne Ardenne for their instructive comments on an earlier version of this paper. I am particularly grateful for the stimulating discussions on this topic with Alain Marciano during my visit to Reims. 
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