The Issue of Regulation by Custom and Morality
Part of the China Academic Library book series (CHINALIBR)
To discuss the meaning of regulation by custom and morality and its past and present roles, one must start with the question of resource allocation.
KeywordsResource Allocation Corporate Culture Economic Life Invisible Hand Traded Sector
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