Tort Law and the Public Interest: Competition, Innovation, and Consumer Welfare

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Is it possible for the United States to sell innovative, competitive products, services, and technologies in the domestic and world markets of the 1990s without sacrificing consumer safety? Is tort law--especially product liability, medical malpractice, and corporate officer liability--performing its proper economic role? Is it encouraging safety, ...

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