Bijuralism: An Economic Approach

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Albert Breton, M. J. Trebilcock
Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2006 - Law - 228 pages
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Bijuralism is the coexistence of two or more legal systems or subsystems within a broader legal order. Issues addressed in papers and comments in this volume carry important implications for legal education and for a furthering of our understanding of bijuralism and multijuralism.
 

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Contents

Bijural Services as Factors of Production
11
Commentary A on Breton and Salmon
61
The Challenge of Incomplete Law and How Different Legal
71
on Pistor and
109
on Pistor and
119
Coevolution as an Influence in the Development of Legal Systems
125
Commentary E on Breton and Des Ormeaux
153
Commentary F on Breton and Des Ormeaux
163
The Demand for Bijurally Trained Canadian Lawyers
173
Commentary G on Davis and Trebilcock
211
Commentary H on Davis and Trebilcock
217
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