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As leis de falência: uma abordagem econômica

  • Araújo, Aloísio Pessoa de

O nosso objetivo neste trabalho é o de estudar as Leis de Falência sob o enfoque da Teoria Econômica. Neste sentido, apresentamos algumas das sugestões feitas na literatura recente e estudamos a conveniência de sua aplicação prática. Mostramos, também, através de exemplos numéricos como podemos ter uma melhora de Pareto ao escolher de forma adequada o grau de punição a ser adotado para o caso de falência dos agentes econômicos.

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