The Enterprise of Law
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|Author||Bruce L. Benson|
|Genre||Economic theory, Public Choice, History|
|Publisher||Pacific Research Institute|
|Media type||Print (Softcover)|
|LC Class||KF382.846 1990|
The Enterprise of Law: Justice Without the State is a 1990 book by Bruce L. Benson, in which he challenges readers' assumptions about the nature of the legal justice system. Benson uses "economic theory to compare institutions and incentives that influence public policy and private performance in the provision of law and its enforcement".
Benson discusses many topics and does a comprehensive summary of each. The book includes 5 Parts and 14 Chapters in all.
- Benson, Bruce, The Enterprise of Law: Justice Without the State, Pacific Research Institute, 1990.