The late Harold Demsetz was the leading intellectual force among a strong group of free-market economists associated with the University of California, Los Angeles, who emphasized information and property rights. A pioneering thinker and great writer, he possessed the rare ability to explain economic behavior in ways that had previously eluded the entire profession.
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