This chapter offers an introduction to each of the works contained in this volume. As the chapter notes, the authors’ contributions cover a range of important topics in fiduciary theory, including: fiduciary relationships; fiduciary duties; the economic theory of fiduciary law; fiduciary principles in private law contexts; and fiduciary principles in public law contexts. This chapter explains the significance of each author’s contribution to core questions in fiduciary theory and, where applicable, to broader questions in private law theory, political theory, and legal and moral philosophy. As the chapter indicates, these contributions offer groundbreaking insights into the nature of fiduciary law.
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