Institutional Gardening: The Supreme Court in Economic Liberalization‏

N. Gidron, Y. Kaplan

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HeinOnline‏ Since the 1980s, Western democracies have experienced a shift to the market, which entailed a restructuring of political-economic institutions in favor of greater competition over goods, capital, and labor.'Literature in political economy defines" economic liberalization" as a multidimensional process that implicates deregulation, privatization of state services, welfare retrenchment, reduction of taxes and tariffs, and the erosion of organized labor.'The move away from the post-war era of welfare state expansion was especially pronounced in
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)685-733
JournalLewis & Clark Law Review,
Issue number3,
StatePublished - 2017


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