"'This book, by two major scholars, Francesco Parisi and Charles Rowley, is essentially and intellectual history of the L&E school.... This book is one of the many valuable collections Edward Elgar has offered in many fields of economics, most of them being very handy, especially when they gather important contributions otherwise scattered across various reviews and journals, sometimes in obscure volumes.... On the whole, this book is a valuable contribution to the intellectual history and the methodology of L&E. It gathers some of the most important essays on these questions, and it is a must-read for L&E scholars, legal theorists and economists with broader interests.' - Aristides N. Hatzis, The Law and Politics Book Review"
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