The Meaning of Property Rights: Law versus Economics?

@article{Cole2002TheMO,
  title={The Meaning of Property Rights: Law versus Economics?},
  author={D. H. Cole and P. Grossman},
  journal={Land Economics},
  year={2002},
  volume={78},
  pages={317 - 330}
}
Property rights are fundamental to economic analysis. There is, however, no consensus in the economic literature about what property rights are. Economists define them variously and inconsistently, sometimes in ways that deviate from the conventional understandings of legal scholars and judges. This article explores ways in which definitions of property rights in the economic literature diverge from conventional legal understandings, and how those divergences can create interdisciplinary… Expand
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