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Oscar H. Gandy, Jr (2000), 'Exploring Identity and Identification in Cyberspace', Notre Dame Journal of Law, Ethics and Public Policy, 14, pp. 1085-111.
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Exchange, in RETHINKING PoWER 196-224 (Thomas E. Wartenberg ed., 1992) (discussing a variety of circumstances in which there is a marked power imbalance between two actors. In the case of employment relations, the employer, who can select from a great many potential employees, is said to be on the "short side" of the market. The employee, who is constrained by the relatively small number of equivalent opportunities for employment, is said to be on the "long side," and thereby at a distinct disadvantage in negotiating contracts).