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Changing Concepts of Contract
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Preface; Rory Macneil.- Introduction; Professor Jay M Feinman.- 1. Relational Values in English Contract Law; Professor Hugh Beale.- 2. 'Post-Technique': The New Social Contract Today; Professor Roger Brownsword.- 3. Arcos v Ronaasen as a Relational Contract; Professor David Campbell.- 4. The Contract of Employment in 3D; Professor Hugh Collins.- 5. Neglected Insights into Agreed Remedies; Professor Roger Halson.- 6. In Defence of Baird Textiles: A Sceptical View of Relational Contract Law; Professor Jonathan Morgan.- 7. Telling Tales about Relational Contracts: How do Judges Learn about the Lived World of Contracts?; Professor Linda Mulcahy.- 8. Relational Contract and Social Learning in Hybrid Organisation; Professor Peter Vincent-Jones.- 9. What Might Macneil Have Said About Using eBay?; Professor Sally Wheeler.

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As befitting a volume collecting essays in honour of Ian Macneil, this book offers a range of highly diverse, thought provoking, and occasionally provocative contributions to the theory of contract - making it an apt tribute indeed, as well as a compelling read for anyone interested in the subject.' - Dori Kimel, Reader in Legal Philosohy, University of Oxford

About the Author

David Campbell is Professor of Law at the Law School, Lancaster University, UK.

Linda Mulcahy is Professor of Law at the London School of Economics and Political Science, UK.

Sally Wheeler is Professor of Law and Head of the School of Law at Queen's University Belfast, UK.

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'As befitting a volume collecting essays in honour of Ian Macneil, this book offers a range of highly diverse, thought provoking, and occasionally provocative contributions to the theory of contract - making it an apt tribute indeed, as well as a compelling read for anyone interested in the subject.' - Dori Kimel, Reader in Legal Philosohy, University of Oxford

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