1 Richard Braddock, Economic Impacts i (1989)

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PRODUCT LIABILITY:
ECONOMIC IMPACTS
Richard Braddock
Senior Lecturer in Economics
Macquarie University
Consultant to the Commission

THIS IS A RESEARCH PAPER, NOT A COMMISSION REPORT. It
contains a discussion of the economic impact of possible changes in the
law relating to defective or unsafe goods. It is one of a series of Research
Papers prepared by the Commission in its reference on product liability.
Copies of these Papers are available on request to persons and organi-
sations willing to comment on the issues raised in them. Comments are
welcome, but should be forwarded as soon as possible.
THE VIEWS EXPRESSED IN THIS PAPER ARE THE VIEWS OF
THE AUTHORS AND DO NOT REPRESENT THE COMMISSION'S
FINAL VIEWS.
Enquiries and comments should be directed to -
The Secretary
Australian Law Reform Commission
99 Elizabeth Street, SYDNEY (Telephone: (02) 231 1733)
(GPO Box 3708, Sydney 2001)
(DX 1165 SYDNEY)       (Fax: (02) 223 1203)
Commission Reference: ALRC Product Liability RP 2
Commissioner in charge of the Reference: Professor J Goldring
Research: Richard Braddock, Russell Agnew, Narelle Bedford, Michael
Day, Susan Franks, Roger Tonkin

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The Law
Reform
Commission
Product Liability
Research Paper No 2
January 1989

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