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Trusting Individuals versus Trusting Institutions: Generalizing the Case of Contract

Goodin, Robert


Hume is right: assuming the good will be good regardless, 'institutions designed for knaves' will unambiguously increase contract compliance. But what if the establishment of public enforcement institutions undermines private virtue? Using a deliberately

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Date published: 2000
Type: Journal article
Source: Rationality and Society


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