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State, Law and the Economy I

University of Hong Kong via edX

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LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY
Intermediate
CERTIFICATE QUALITY
Okay
STARTING DATE
Self-paced
HOURS OF CONTENT
10h
PRICE
Free

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Part One of a four-part course on the economic analysis of the state, law, and the economy and their interrelationships. Part one studies the contractual nature of the state, the logic of collective action, liberty and the theory of the democratic state. ???????????????????????????????? ????????????????????????????????????? Economic concepts often..
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