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A Transaction Cost Economizing Approach To Regulation: Understanding Government Responses To The Nimby Problem

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  • Barak Richman

    (Duke University School of Law)

  • Chris Boerner

    (Genentech)

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  • Barak Richman & Chris Boerner, "undated". "A Transaction Cost Economizing Approach To Regulation: Understanding Government Responses To The Nimby Problem," American Law & Economics Association Annual Meetings 1010, American Law & Economics Association.
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