Enforcing Coasian bribes for non-price benefits: a new role for resitution
Gordon, Wendy J.
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CitationWendy J. Gordon; Tamar Frankel, Enforcing Coasian Bribes for Non-Price Benefits: A New Role for Resitution, 67 S. Cal. L. Rev. 1519 (1994). Archived in OpenBU at [uri].
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