>BTW, I'm surprised that no-one has mentioned his new book (on the Web)
>about the economics of law in recent discussions; I've only skimmed bits
>of it, but it seems to have a lot of useful points to make.
It's an excellent book. I'm pleased to see that he's posted the last few chapters; I may want to go back and read them now.
However, I also notice that he seems to have moved away from his opinion that anarcho-capitalism generates the most efficient rules. (This, indeed, is almost all of the reason why I like anarcho-capitalism.) Similarly, most of his book is about which rules are efficient; he leaves the question as to which systems make the best rules to the last chapter, where he states that "the jury is still out" on the question.
-GIVE ME IMMORTALITY OR GIVE ME DEATH-