The dignity of commerce : markets and the moral foundations of contract law /
"Why should the law care about enforcing contracts? We tend to think of a contract as the legal embodiment of a moral obligation to keep a promise. When two parties enter into a transaction, they are obligated as moral beings to play out the transaction in the way that both parties expect. But...
Chicago ; London :
The University of Chicago Press,
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Table of Contents:
- Well-functioning markets and contract law
- The moral consequences of well-functioning markets
- Contract law, efficiency, and morality
- Pernicious markets and the limits of contract law