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I. INTRODUCTION
B. Adjudication as Focal Point Construction
1. Background on Focal Points
3. Two Problems for the Focal Point Theory
C. Adjudication as Signaling
1. A Signaling Model of Dispute Resolution
2. Two Problems for the Signaling Theory
1. Step One: The Screening Function of Arbitral Signals
3. Step Three: The Arbiter Sends an Undifferentiated Signal
1. The Emergence of Informal Order
2. Conceptual Ambiguity in Informal Order
a. Fuzzy Boundaries
b. Potential Incompleteness
IV. THE POWER OF ADJUDICATIVE EXPRESSION: IMPLICATIONS
A. Positive Implications
1. Explaining Compliance Without Sanctions
2. Understanding the Endogeneity of Legal Sanctions
V. CONCLUSION
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The Expressive Power of Adjudication

The Expressive Power of Adjudication

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