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INTRODUCTION TO SYMPOSIUM: ECONOMISTS IN COURT

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  02 June 2020

Abstract

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Symposium: Economists in Court
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© The History of Economics Society 2020

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Footnotes

CRASSH, University of Cambridge. This series of papers was first presented at a workshop held in September 2017 at the Walras-Pareto Centre, bringing together historians of economics, economists, and forensic scientists. In addition to the participants, I would like to warmly thank Harro Maas for his work and support in the publication of this symposium.

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