The enterprise of law: justice without the state

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Pacific Research Institute for Public Policy, 1990 - Business & Economics - 397 pages
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Includes details on how private sector institutions can support social order, foster cooperation and reduce violent confrontations.

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Review: The Enterprise of Law: Justice Without the State

User Review  - Jayesh - Goodreads

An historical account of how governments ended up monopolizing the provision of law and order, and are there any options to provide the same in the private markets. Really interesting read. Read full review

Review: The Enterprise of Law: Justice Without the State

User Review  - Sean Rosenthal - Goodreads

Interesting Quotes: "The Norman kinds used law and law enforcement to generate revenues needed to finance their military operations, to enhance their own wealth, and to buy the support of powerful ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction
5
Customary Legal Systems with Voluntary Enforcement
11
Law and Justice as a Political Market
87
Copyright

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