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Edward Elgar (2001)
|Abstract||. History of the concept of economic efficiency . INTRODUCTION James Buchanan won the Nobel Prize by proving that the process by which elected officials ...|
|Keywords||Law and economics Economics Philosophy|
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|Call number||K487.E3.Z47 2001|
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