Case Western Reserve Law Review
In 2003-2004, the new Center for Business Law and Regulation at Case Western Reserve University School of Law sponsored four public lectures on topics related to the roles of markets and regulation in American society. The Case Western Reserve University Law Review has kindly undertaken to publish the results in this volume. These four lectures examined the role of markets and governments from four different perspectives, but all four shared a common set of insights drawn from economic reasoning.
Andrew P. Morriss,
Symposium: The Roles of Markets and Governments: Introduction,
Case W. Res. L. Rev.
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