A Legal Theory of Economic Power: Implications for Social and Economic Development
In this provocative book Calixto Salomao Filho builds a strong case for why economic power cannot be considered a mere market phenomenon. Taking the forgotten realities and effects of these power structures into account, his comprehensive legal analysis p
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Economic power structures Creation and existence
Power structures Dynamics and behavior
Conclusion From a general theory of economic power to a general theory of law?
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