The relational theory of contract: selected works of Ian MacNeil

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Sweet & Maxwell, 2001 - Law - 412 pages
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This is a collection of writings by Ian Macneil, one of the foremost academics in the field of contract law, on the relational theory of contract.In over 30 books and papers published since 1960, Macneil has made the most substantial contribution to the formulation of the relational theory of contract. This collection abridges the majority of those works, some of which can be difficult to obtain, to give a comprehensive yet concise statement of Macneil's views. This book will be of interest to academics, practitioners and advanced students in both the UK and the US.* Provides a succinct and accessible statement of Macneil's thought* An indispensable reference point for all of those engaged in advanced contract scholarship* Includes introductory essays by David Campbell; Jay M Feinman, Distinguished Professor of Law, Rutgers University, Camden; and Peter Vincent-Jones, Professor of Law, Lancashire Law School* Provides a complete bibliography of writings by Macneil

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Ian Macneil and the Relational Theory
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The discrete and relational contract norms
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Macneil and the law and economics of contract
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