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The law and economics debate about secured lending: Lessons for European lawmaking?

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This review paper is a contribution to a symposium on the 'Future of Secured Credit in Europe'. Its theme is the way in which empirical research has shed light on earlier theoretical literature. These findings tend to suggest that the legal institution of secured credit is, on the whole, socially beneficial, and that such benefits are likely to outweigh any associated social costs. Having made this general claim, the paper then turns to consider the effects of four particular dimensions acros...

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10.1515/9783110970678.3

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Oriel College
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De Gruyter Publisher's website
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European Company and Financial Law Review Journal website
Publication date:
2008-12-05
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pubs:601106
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uri:ca0ff73b-b3a0-48c6-aaa4-3ab8803ae945
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uuid:ca0ff73b-b3a0-48c6-aaa4-3ab8803ae945
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