Property rights and all forms of organisation result from people's deliberate actions. In the tradition of Coase, this study offers a unified theoretical structure to deal with exchange, rights formation and organisation which traditional economic theory

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Property rights are theoretical socially-enforced constructs in economics for determining how a resource or economic good is used and owned. Resources can be owned by (and hence be the property of) individuals, associations, collectives, or governments. Property Economic Analysis of Property Rights: First Possession of ... Economic Analysis of Property Rights: First Possession of Water in the American West⇤ Bryan Leonard† and Gary D. Libecap‡ December 31, 2015 [JOB MARKET PAPER] Abstract We analyze the economic determinants and long-run e↵ects of prior appropriation

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Economic Analysis of Property Rights: First Possession of Water in the American West⇤ Bryan Leonard† and Gary D. Libecap‡ December 31, 2015 [JOB MARKET PAPER] Abstract We analyze the economic determinants and long-run e↵ects of prior appropriation Economic Analysis of Property Rights by Yoram Barzel Property rights and all forms of organisation result from people's deliberate actions. In the tradition of Coase, this study offers a unified theoretical structure to deal with exchange, rights formation and organisation which traditional economic theory

Calandrillo, Steve, An Economic Analysis of Property Rights in Information: Justifications and Problems of Exclusive Rights, Incentives to Generate Information, and the Alternative of a Government-Run Reward System. Fordham Intellectual Property, Media