Property Law and Policy: A Comparative Institutional Perspective
Dwyer and Menell's text on property law integrates legal, philosophical, economic, sociological, anthropological, historical and political perspectives to provide students a firm grounding in the principal institutions-background legal rules administered by courts, social norms, markets, and political bodies-defining and governing property in societies. One volume.
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