Join the Law and Economics Society, and Professor Blocher, for a discussion of his recent article, "Selling State Borders." The absence of a market for state borders is puzzling for many reasons: the market has a historical pedigree, would not face insurmountable legal barriers, and could help solve a variety of pressing problems. Come learn how the market for sovereign territory could benefit places as different as Camden, NJ and Martha's Vineyard, and maybe even learn about hot topics such as accretion and avulsion in the process! This event is capped at 20 attendees. To RSVP or for more information, please contact Christian Coyne at email@example.com.
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Law and Economics Society: Selling State Borders
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