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Research handbook on political economy and law, edited by Ugo Mattei, John D. Haskell

Research handbook on political economy and law, edited by Ugo Mattei, John D. Haskell
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Research handbook on political economy and law
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edited by Ugo Mattei, John D. Haskell
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Research handbooks on globalisation and the law series
Events such as the global financial crisis have helped reveal that the drivers and contours of governance on a national and international level remain a mystery in many respects. This is so despite the ever-increasing complexity and sophistication in the management and understanding of economic, legal and political spheres of global society. Set in this context, this timely Research Handbook is the first to explicitly address the constitutive relationship between law and political economy. With scholarly contributions from diverse disciplinary and geographic backgrounds, this authoritative book provides an expansive overview of the legal architecture of the global political economy. It covers, in three parts, topics surrounding money and markets, the relations of organization, and commodities, land and resources
Table Of Contents
Introduction / John D. Haskell, Ugo Mattei -- Toward a political economy of money / Roy Kreitner -- The market as a legal concept: classical liberalism, modern liberalism, pragmatic liberalism / Justin Desautels-Stein -- The new global dis/order in central banking and public finance / Timothy A. Canova -- . Neoliberalism, debt and discipline / Tayyab Mahmud -- Free trade and comparative advantage: a study in economic sleight of hand / Vishaal Kishore -- Technology, power and the political economy of inequality / Frederick Guy, Peter Skott -- Finance and the ‘real’ economy: systemic complexity, complex agencies / Luigi Russi -- Financialization and the non-financial corporate sector / Özgür Orhangazi -- Debt and financial stability / Jan Toporowski -- The law of value and the law / Bill Bowring -- Less markets: a critical analysis of market existence and functioning / Calixto Salomão Filho -- Beyond corporate governance: why a new approach to the study of corporate law is needed to address global inequality and economic development / Dan Danielsen -- The job guarantee, full employment and human rights / L. Randall Wray -- Personal responsibility for systemic inequality / Martha McCluskey -- From the ‘semi-civilized state’ to the ‘emerging market’: remarks on the international legal history of the semi-periphery / Umut Özsu -- From the Dutch East India company to the corporate bill of rights: corporations and international law / Grietje Baars -- Mapping the political economy of neoliberalism in the Arab world / Adam Hanieh -- Ending impunity? Eliding political economy in international criminal law / Tor Krever -- The political economy of court-based regulation / Patrick Luff -- Law and development: a history in three moments / Arpita Gupta -- The political economy of industrial policy: after the crisis, back on the agenda / Antonio Andreoni -- The empty circularity of regulatory takings: the legacy of a legal realist critique for a 21st-century context / Akbar Rasulov -- Property in labor and the limits of contract / Claire Mummé -- Property issues in the indigenous historical contexts of republican Latin America / Rodrigo Míguez -- Indigenous peoples’ claims and challenges over control of property / Ivana Isailovi -- Early Soviet property law in comparison with Western legal traditions / Boris N. Mamlyuk -- The architecture of commons legal institutions / Saki Bailey -- Political economy and environmental law: a cost-benefit analysis / Jaye Ellis -- The propertization of intellectual property / Alina Ng Boyte -- Property, efficiency, the commons, and theft / Ramsi A. Woodcock
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