The law and economics literature on contracts and contract enforcement has focused almost exclusively on judicial adjudication, despite the fact that the vast majority of contracts are never adjudicated. Indeed, most contracts disputes are sttled through negotiation, sometimes with the assistance of a mediator, and most disputes that are not successfully negotiated are resolved through arbitration.
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