Doing Justice: The Economics And Politics Of International Distributive Justice
In: Trade Law, Domestic Regulation and Development
The following sections are included:IntroductionLimited ConsensusLimited Knowledge of Causation and of Remedies: Justice ≠ EconomicsLimited Inducement: Justice ≠ PoliticsExamples of Possible Sites for Distributive Justice
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