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How Law and Economics Was Marketed in a Hostile World : l'institutionnalisation du champ aux Etats-Unis de l’immédiat après-guerre aux années Reagan

Abstract : This article highlights the involvement of business originated foundations in the development of the law and economics in the U.S. from the end of the Second World War to the Reagan Administration. It presents individual or collective trajectories, as the one of Aaron Director in Chicago with his programs on Antitrust, the Henry Manne’s one, mainly through his training programs for federal judges, and the Robert Bork’s one in both academic and judicial fields. It puts the emphasis on the substantive role played by pro-market business based foundations in the growth of Law and Economics as well as on its impact on federal judges’ rulings.
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Thierry Kirat, Frédéric Marty,. How Law and Economics Was Marketed in a Hostile World : l'institutionnalisation du champ aux Etats-Unis de l’immédiat après-guerre aux années Reagan. 2019. ⟨halshs-02084096⟩

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