En guise de conclusion. Déréglementation et système judiciaire aux États-Unis
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AbstractWhile deregulation has been at work in the U.S. since the mid-1970s its effects on the economy are difficult to measure. Evidence can be found in its impact on the judicary System. Indeed if Congress and regulators relax rules, competition will intensify, leading to a multiplication of court cases. The judiciary's rulings will thus become a major source of law. This is what has happened recently, especially in cases involving workers' rights and intellectual property, and as could be expected the judges appointed by the Reagan-Bush administrations have tended to abide by free market principles.