Corruption

Author: Marco Arnone
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing
ISBN: 178100613X
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Economic analysis is also the key to measuring the efficacy of current anti-corruption instruments, and in the light of this the book finds many existing legal counter-measures lacking.

Economic Analysis Of International Law

Author: Eugene Kontorovich
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing
ISBN: 0857930168
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The problem is that in the absence of a centralized international legal regime, it is
difficult to describe and explain the role of 'law' in guiding or binding the conduct
of nations. Traditional international law scholars have chosen to address the
problem by introducing normative and moral factors as substitutes for those
critical elements of what we ordinarily regard as 'law'. The economic approach
offers a different explanation for compliance with international 'law'. The
economic analysis ...

Economic Analysis Of International Law

Author: Thomas Eger
Publisher: Mohr Siebrek Ek
ISBN: 9783161518942
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The topics covered in this volume range from classics of the on-going discussion on the economic analysis of international law - such as the issue of the legitimacy of customary international law - to more recent topics such as internet ...

Economic Dimensions In International Law

Author: Jagdeep S. Bhandari
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521578981
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"Each of the chapters was presented at a conference in the spring of 1995, sponsored by Duquesne University and George Mason University"--Pref.

Economic Foundations Of International Law

Author: Eric A. Posner
Publisher: Harvard University Press
ISBN: 0674071522
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Economic Analysis of International Law—the Essentials As explained in Chapter
2, public international law is created by two or more states, by custom or more
commonly by treaty, to govern interaction among those states. With few
exceptions (such as international investment law and international criminal law),
only states have the right to invoke and enforce public international law, and only
states are bound by it. Thus, states are the key actors in public international law.
But what ...