Drobak


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Drobak

(drö`bäk), town, Akershus co., SE Norway, on the Oslofjord. It is a picturesque summer resort and a winter port for Oslo.
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The author would like to thank Neil Buchanan, John Drobak, Bruce LaPierre, Ronald Levin, Greg Magadan, and the participants at the 2013 Annual Critical Tax Conference and the UNLV Faculty Speaker Series for the extremely valuable and insightful comments on earlier versions of this essay.
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Anders Johansen, 37, from Drobak, Norway, appeared at Luton and South Bedfordshire Magistrates' Court, where he admitted the violent offence, a court official said.
For a discussion of the interplay between cultural norms and the law, see generally NORMS AND THE LAW (John Drobak ed.