Brett Frischmann’s Big Book on “Infrastructure”

Concurring Opinions, a top legal blog, is devoting an online symposium to an important new book that should profoundly influence how we think about “infrastructure,” about property law, and about some of the economic benefits that direct market participants don’t (and maybe shouldn’t) capture. The book may also change how you think about communications networks and environmental resources.

I’m participating in the symposium, and have learned a lot from the book and the author.

Here is my first post on the book. More about the book (including order information) is available through Oxford University Press.

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