Counterfactuals – a shift in the burden/standard of proof?, Global Competition Review

Counterfactuals – a shift in the burden/standard of proof?, Global Competition Review


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The term ‘counterfactual’, despite technical connotations, simply describes the tendency to think about how things might turn out differently ‘if only’, and to impagine “what if?”.  It finds voice in philosophy, psychology, history, economics and law…


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