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This two-volume collection presents important published articles on the cultural, legal, philosophical and economic dimensions of property rights. It shows how the economics of property rights has enriched our ability to understand as well as to predict a wide range of real world events.;The first volume focuses on the history, development and consequences of property rights as they interact with formal and informal institutions. The second volume considers the effects of alternative property rights on economic performance.