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  1. David D. Friedman (* 12. Februar 1945) ist ein US-amerikanischer Rechtswissenschaftler, Professor für Rechtswissenschaft an der Santa Clara University School of Law und Vertreter des Anarchokapitalismus. Er ist der Sohn des Wirtschaftsnobelpreisträgers Milton Friedman (1912–2006) und von Rose Friedman (1911–2009).

  2. David Director Friedman (born February 12, 1945) is an American economist, physicist, legal scholar, and anarcho-capitalist theorist.

  3. Learn about David Friedman, an author, professor, and libertarian thinker who explores topics such as law, economics, and fiction. Find his books, audiobooks, courses, blogs, and more on his home page.

  4. Hidden Order: The Economics of Everyday Life, Harper-Collins, 1996. Table of Contents and sample chapter (on the economics of crime) available. Also available in German, simplified Chinese, and Japanese translations. Complex Chinese translation forthcoming.

  5. David D. Friedman. Professor Emeritus (Years at Santa Clara Law: 2005-2017; Emeritus, 2017-current) ddfr@daviddfriedman.com. Professor Friedman is a widely published scholar with more than three decades of experience in academia, having taught extensively at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.

  6. Das Räderwerk der Freiheit (Originaltitel: The Machinery of Freedom) ist ein Buch des amerikanischen Rechts- und Wirtschaftswissenschaftlers David D. Friedman. Es stellt dar, wie eine anarchokapitalistische Gesellschaft funktionieren könnte.

  7. David D. Friedman, son of Nobel laureate Milton Friedman, is a leading proponent of anarcho- capitalism, the theory that the state is an unnecessary evil and that all services, including the law itself, can be provided by voluntary cooperation in the private economy.