Vol. 98 Nbr. 8, August 2000
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- Private order under dysfunctional public order.
- Enforcing contracts in dysfunctional legal systems: the close relationship between public and private orders.
- Private order and public institutions.
- The role of letters of credit in payment transactions.
- Letters of credit as signals.
- Reconciling the old theory and the new evidence.
- Informality as a bilateral assurance mechanism.
- Private ordering at the world's first futures exchange.
- Empirical insight and some thoughts on future(s) investigation.
- A public choice approach to private ordering: rent-seeking at the world's first futures exchange.
- Rethinking relationship-specific investments: subcontracting in the Japanese automobile industry.
- Reaffirming relationship-specific investments.
- Exploring the battle of the forms in action.
- Commercial norms and the fine art of the small con.
- The sound of one form battling.
- The limits of empiricism: what facts tell us.
- Lawyers, law, and contract formation.
- On the use of practitioner surveys in commercial law research.
- Phoebe's lament.