Justice and the Market

In Avihay Dorfman & Alon Harel (eds.), Cambridge Handbook on Privitization. Cambridge, UK: pp. 85-101 (2021)

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Assaf Sharon
Stanford University
Shai Agmon
Oxford University
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Keywords Moral Limits of Markets  Legal Representation  Adversarial Legal System  Equality
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