This is yet another unpublished paper to introduce property theory to various audiences, particularly economists. This version got the most downloads on my SSRN site.

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December 12, 2012 by admin

This is yet another unpublished paper to introduce property theory to various audiences, particularly economists. This version got the most downloads on my SSRN site.

Click **here** to download paper.

Filed Under: Property Theory Tagged With: Economic Theory, Inalienable rights, Intellectual history, labor theory of property, Legal Theory, Math economics, Political Economy

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