Public International Law and Economics Concluding Remarks
10 Pages Posted: 18 Jul 2007
The author reviews a number of contributions for the Bonn conference on Public International Law and Economics in the light of a supposed gap between US and European lawyers. Accepting in principle that this gap exists but finetuning it to a certain extent, the author finds that some of the economic contributions are more and some are less persuasive and capable of inducing doctrinally-oriented European lawyers to broaden their approaches.
JEL Classification: K33
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