Plans, Brokers and Trust

  • Marcelo Corrales CompagnucciEmail author
Part of the Perspectives in Law, Business and Innovation book series (PLBI)


Having discussed the theoretical framework and how to construct Plan-like Architectures, this chapter follows on from the previous principles laid out in Plan Theory.


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