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Four and Half Centuries of New (New) Law and Economics: Legal Pragmatism, Discreet Joint Regulation and Institutional Capture at the Commercial Court of Paris

Abstract : Social oversight and regulation of entrepreneurial and commercial activities have always involved an unbalanced three-way competition for influence between the State, the business world (companies and their institutional representatives) and consumers. This struggle is growing more intense in a market society centred around organizations. External (i.e. State) regulation and market self-regulation (primarily by the business world) are usually studied separately in the social sciences, and this leads to a grossly oversimplified understanding of the social organization of business, and hence of market society as a whole (...).
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Emmanuel Lazega. Four and Half Centuries of New (New) Law and Economics: Legal Pragmatism, Discreet Joint Regulation and Institutional Capture at the Commercial Court of Paris. De Vries Ubaldus, Francot-Timmermans Lyana. Law's Environment: Critical legal perspectives, Eleven International Publishing, pp.179-204, 2011. ⟨hal-01044405⟩

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