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The Economics of Civil and Common Law by Zagros Madjd-Sadjadi

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Notes

Chapter 1

1.   For a thorough discussion of criminal law, see Madjd-Sadjadi (2013).

2.   Wilkinson (2000, pp. 90–91).

3.   Morschauser (1995).

4.   Madjd-Sadjadi (2013, pp. 6–7).

5.   Bane (2012, pp. 36–37).

6.   Roensch (2007, p. 13).

7.   Gee (2007, p. 117).

8.   Hammurabi (1904).

9.   For a thorough discussion of optimal punishment theory, see Madjd-Sadjadi (2013, pp. 168–171).

10. Merryman (1985, pp. 6–13).

11. Anderson (2009, p. 15).

12. Rhode (2004, p. 449).

13Frothingham v. Mellon, 262 U.S. 447 (1923).

14. Meiners (2013, p. 261).

15. Kaplowitz (2003).

16. Posner (1998).

17. Priest (1977); Rubin (1977).

18. For a further elaboration of this point, see Block (2003).

19. Block (2003) does attempt to do so from a libertarian perspective. ...

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