The Economy as a System of Power and Its Legal Bases: The Legal Economics of Robert Lee Hale

@article{Samuels1992TheEA,
  title={The Economy as a System of Power and Its Legal Bases: The Legal Economics of Robert Lee Hale},
  author={W. Samuels},
  journal={University of Miami law review},
  year={1992},
  volume={27},
  pages={155-276}
}
  • W. Samuels
  • Published 1992
  • Sociology
  • University of Miami law review
  • Law is an instrument for the attainment of economic objectives and the economy is an object of legal control. The substance of that proposition is widely acknowledged and even more widely, if tacitly, followed. Although economists are increasingly concerned with the legal framework of economic activity and lawyers have long been concerned with the structure of economic organization and relations, no general model of the interrelations between legal and economic (i.e., market) processes has been… CONTINUE READING
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