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Contents Note on Contributors Preface Acknowledgments Part 1: Rights, Markets and Power: The Legal-Economic Nexus 1. Introduction: Belief and Power 2. The Legal-Economic Nexus 3. The Nature and Sources of Rights 4. Markets and Their Social Construction Part 2: The Problem of Order 5. Joseph J. Spengler's Concept of the 'Problem of Order': A Reconsideration and Extension. 6. The Status of the Status Quo: The Buchanan Colloquium 7. The Problem of the Status of the Status Quo: Some Comments 8. With James M. Buchanan, Two Views of Government: A Conversation Part 3: Language, Social Choice and Order 9. Some Problems in the Use of Language in Economics 10. Poletown and Hathcock: An Essay on Some Problems in the Language of the Law 11. With A. Allan Schmid and James D. Shaffer, An Evolutionary Approach to Law and Economics 12. The Rule of Law and the Capture and Use of Government in a World of Inequality Part 4: Land and Governance: The Transformation of Order 13. With Marianne Johnson and Kirk Johnson, The Duke of Argyll and Edwin L. Godkin as Precursors to Hayek on the Relation of Ignorance to Policy, Parts I-IV 14. With Kirk D. Johnson and Marianne Johnson, The Duke of Argyll and Henry George: Land Ownership and Governance Part 5: The Subtleties of Policy Making 15. The Pervasitve Proposition, 'What Is, Is and Ought To Be'. A Critique 16. What Is, Is What? 17. Professional Policy Advocacy or Policy Diffidence? Index
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Law and economics.
Law -- Philosophy.