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Concluding Notes

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Abstract

The economic analysis of contract law is a vast subject that synchronises the theory of contract and legal premises. In this book the author has attempted to cover a limited sphere that deals with incomplete contracting under asymmetric information. The work is now summed up.

Keywords

Legal Premises Breach Remedies Wrong Expectations Restitution Damages First-best Level 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of EconomicsDelhi School of EconomicsDelhiIndia

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