Property Rights, Incomplete Contracts, and Social Harm
The authors construct a model in which a first mover decides on its location before it knows the identity of the second mover; joint location results in a negative externality. Contracts are inherently incomplete since the first mover's initial decision cannot be specified. The authors analyze several kinds of rights, including damages, injunctions, and rights to exclude (arising from covenants or land ownership).
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