Perspectives on property law
Highly regarded Property scholar, Ellickson, Rose, and Ackerman combine their expertise to create a comprehensive new reader for your basic Property course. PERSPECTIVES ON PROPERTY LAW, Secong Edition, features a diverse and balanced collection of well-edited classic and contemporary readings that illuminate a wide variety of Property Law issues. Carefully chosen, well-edited selections range from traditional to more modern articles-by such authors as William Blackstone, Richard A. Posner, and Duncan Kennedy. A variety of perspectives are presented including: economic analysis history game theory sociology gender issues Divided into nine chapters, The book offers broad coverage that allows professors to choose material based on specific needs. Topics include foundational definition of property. Extensively class-tested, this short paperback is an efficient and affordable way to bring an array or perspectives to your Property Law course. Adopt or recommend PERSPECTIVES ON PROPERTY LAW, Second Edition.
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