Title

Law’s regulatory relevance? Property, power and market economies

Publication Type

Book

Publication Date

9-2017

Abstract

The book theorises how the law should reposition itself in order to help rather than hinder new pathways of market power, by confronting the dominant neo-liberal economic model that values property through scarcity. With in-depth analysis of empirical case studies, the author explores how law is returning to its communal utility in strengthening social ties, which will in turn restore property as social relations rather than market commodities. In a world of contested narratives about property valuing law needs to ground its inherent regulatory relevance in the ordering of social change.

Keywords

Law, regulation and governance

Discipline

Administrative Law | Property Law and Real Estate

Research Areas

Law, Society and Governance

First Page

1

Last Page

320

ISBN

9781785364525

Publisher

Edward Elgar

City or Country

Cheltenham

Copyright Owner and License

Mark Findlay

Additional URL

http://worldcat.org/isbn/9781785364525

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