Limited Liability and Imperfect Information—On the Existence of Safety Equilibria Under Products Liability Law
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- Ram Singh, 2009.
"RISK, INFORMATIONAL ASYMMETRY AND PRODUCT LIABILITY: An Enquiry Into Conflicting Objectives,"
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KeywordsTort Law; Product Liability; Product Safety; Mixed Strategy Equilibrium; Imperfect Information;
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