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Yale Law School ISP / Paris 2 University
Resident Fellow at the ISP / Doctoral Candidate

My Work: My research focus on the role of online platforms in constitutional law. The economic influence of t...[More]
chief economist

My Work: collaboratives is working on local currency research and advocacy , monetary reform and financial in...[More]
Northwestern University
Graduate Student

My Work: I do research on antitrust (competition) laws, monopolies, corporate power, legal diffusion to devel...[More]
UC Irvine School of Law
Clinical Professor of Law

My Work: The expanding immigration enforcement apparatus and hollowed out labor protection functions of the s...[More]
University of Illinois at Chicago
Associate Professor of Urban Planning and Policy

My Work: Phil Ashton is Associate Professor of Urban Planning and Policy at UIC. His research and practice fo...[More]
Copenhagen Business School
Postdoctoral Research Fellow

My Work: I take a political economy approach to the study of corporate power. My current book project focuses...[More]
Princeton University
Postdoctoral Research Associate

My Work: George Aumoithe earned his Ph.D. in history at Columbia University in 2018. His project examines how...[More]
University of New South Wales, Faculty of Law
PhD Candidate

My Work: My PhD project aims to examine how authoritarianism, ethnic and religious conflicts, and constrained...[More]

My Work: I am an accounting researcher interested in financialization processes. I am more specifically engag...[More]

My Work: My interests include political psychology, international relations and law, political economy, and m...[More]

My Work: I am a Masters student at the diplomatic academy of vienna; currently writing my masters thesis on t...[More]
Brooklyn Law School
Anita and Stuart Subotnick Professor of Law

My Work: In the summer of 2015 at an early APPEAL gathering I learned about the work of this important new in...[More]
University of Toronto
Professor of Sociology

My Work: I currently have a project on U.S. benefit corporations (firms that legally eschew the model of shar...[More]
Law & Political Economy Project (Yale Law School)
Executive Director

My Work: I research and write about the rhetoric and processes of privatization. I draw on legal and critical...[More]
Drexel University
Assistant Professor of Law
Hertie School and Humboldt University

My Work: In my PhD project, I used a conceptual framework informed by the work of Karl Polanyi to study the d...[More]

My Work: To engage in scholarship that at its core, contributes to the upliftment of the human condition.
Washburn University School of Law

My Work: I research and write on topics related to markets, freedom, and equity in the law and our political ...[More]
Univ of Massachusetts Amherst

My Work: I work on political economy, especially in the environmental policy arena.
The New School for Social Research
PhD Student (Economics)

My Work: I am a PhD student in Economics, and am interested in an embedded understanding of property rights: ...[More]
University of Pennsylvania

My Work: My research interests lie at the intersection of technology, policy, and society. I am interested in...[More]
University of Massachusetts Amherst
PhD Candidate

My Work: My research explores the changing legal and economic boundaries of the firm under modes of vertical ...[More]