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Bijural services as factors of production

  • SALMON, Pierre

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    (LEG - CNRS UMR 5118 - Université de Bourgogne)

  • BRETON, Albert

    (Department of economics. University of Toronto)

This study is primarily concerned with the security of transactions and contracts in contexts in which there is more than one legal system - in bijural (or multijural) societies - and with the contribution that bijural lawyers can make to the security of transactions and contracts, that is with the productivity of bijural lawyers. It is, as a consequence, focused on the demand for bijural lawyers as factor inputs in the production of contractual security and, at one remove, transaction security. We test the usefulness of the approach by analyzing several cases of change that have or are taking place in the world today. Though the analysis is qualitative, it appears to confirm the usefulness of treating bijural services as factors of production.

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Length: 48 pages
Date of creation: Jan 2005
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Handle: RePEc:lat:legeco:2005-01
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