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Title Roman law and economics. Volume II, Exchange, ownership, and disputes / edited by Giuseppe Dari-Mattiacci and Dennis P. Kehoe.
Imprint Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2020.
Edition First edition.

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Series Oxford studies in Roman society and law
Oxford studies in Roman society and law.
Subject Roman law -- Economic aspects.
Roman law -- History.
Commercial law (Roman law)
Right of property -- Rome.
Dispute resolution (Roman law)
Slavery -- Economic aspects -- Rome.
Slavery (Roman law)
Alt Name Dari-Mattiacci, Giuseppe,
Kehoe, Dennis P.,
Add Title Exchange, ownership, and disputes
Description 1 online resource (vii, 435 pages) : illustrations (black and white, and colour).
Edition First edition.
Note This edition also issued in print: 2020.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Rome and the economics of ancient law II -- Part IV. Slavery and the Roman economy -- Law, slaves, and markets in the Roman imperial system / Aldo Schiavone -- The practice of manumission through negotiated conditions in Imperial Rome / Egbert Koops -- Part V. Credit -- Banking, money-lending, and elite financial life in Rome / Jean Andreau -- Secured transactions in classical Roman law / Hendrik L. E. Verhagen -- Part VI. Property -- Ancient Rome: legal foundations of the growth of an indispensable city / Robert C. Ellickson -- Land demarcation in Ancient Rome / Gary D. Libecap and Dean Lueck -- The institutions of Roman markets / Benito Arrunada -- Part VII. Dispute resolution and remedies -- One step at a time in Roman law: how Roman pleading rules shape the substantive structure of private law / Richard A. Epstein -- Private prosecution and enforcement in Roman law / David Friedman -- Deterrence of wrongdoing in ancient law / Francesco Parisi, Daniel Pi, Barbara Luppi, and Iole Fargnoli -- Collective responsibility / Thomas J. Miceli -- The dual origin of the duty to disclose in Roman law / Barbara Abatino and Giuseppe Dari-Mattiacci.
Summary "This book investigates the economics of Roman legal institutions, their functions and their evolution. It brings together most of the scholars that have been active in this field in recent years from three interconnected perspectives: legal history, economic history and the economic analysis of law."
Note Online resource; title from PDF title page (Oxford Scholarship Online, viewed on September 24, 2021).
ISBN 9780191829291 (ebook)
0191829293 (ebook)
9780191090998 electronic book
0191090999 electronic book
9780198787211 print v. 2
0198787219 print v. 2
OCLC # 1176512322
Additional Format Print version: Roman law and economics. Volume II, Exchange, ownership, and disputes. Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2020 9780198787211 (OCoLC)1180094443

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