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Why Legal Restrictions on Private Contracts Can Enhance Efficiency

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  • Philippe Aghion and Benjamin Hermalin.

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  • Philippe Aghion and Benjamin Hermalin., 1990. "Why Legal Restrictions on Private Contracts Can Enhance Efficiency," Economics Working Papers 90-140, University of California at Berkeley.
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