I've been surprised that there hasn't been more commentary on the Michigan Law Review's most recent book review issue. It's short--just over 200 pages. Quite a change from the early 1990s, when the issue ran to more than 800 pages. Last year there was .
This is the text of my recent book review in the Financial Times Astute observers of capitalism have long recognised there is a tension at its heart. Although the market economy is based on the pursuit of self-interest, its legitimacy depends on benefiting the wider society. These two contrasting elements were understood as far back […]
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