The phenomenology of contract: complex contracting in the entertainment industry
It is necessary to develop a wide-reaching theory of human behaviour in order to fully assess the vital role of the lawyer in the contractual process. Such a theory is presented by Husserl, particularly in his analysis of the natural attitude. Recent research has found that phenomenology provides a valuable explanation of the role of the lawyer in drafting complicated contracts in the entertainment industry.
Publication Name: Journal of Institutional & Theoretical Economics
Situational analysis beyond 'single-exit' modeling
Situational analysis (SA), the method of mainstream microeconomics may also perform an important role in heterodox research programmes in economics. A fully consistent SA that is firmly grounded on sound human ontological foundations can be pursued if it is detached from the Rationality Principle.
Publication Name: Cambridge Journal of Economics
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