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Ask the Expert: Computable Contracts and Computational Law

Published: 15 Aug 2019 Average Rating: 3.5 / 5 Print
 

Author: Oliver Goodenough

Contracts can be seen as a way for private parties to create a statement that records a set of expectations about the future relationship between them. This talk provides both an introduction to the future of contracts expressed in digital form and an exploration of some of the issues which these developments raise.

 

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