Weekly Roundup: November 19, 2021

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At the Blog

This week, we featured work from a recent issue of the Journal of Law and Political Economy.

On Monday, Lenore Palladino discussed why workers should be represented on corporate boards, and how such a requirement might be implemented in the United States.

On Tuesday, Peer Zumbansen argued that an LPE approach, which challenges the purportedly self-explanatory relationship between law and the economy, is especially productive when turned transnationally.

And on Thursday, Brian Callaci explained how franchisors deploy trademark and antitrust law to obtain the low-wage, deskilled work processes they desire, without incurring the risks and duties of an employer.

In LPE Land

The University of Hong Kong is inviting applications for three Global Academic Fellows in the Department of Law, to commence in August 2022 or January 2023, for a period of two years. The program provides outstanding and aspiring legal academics with time and resources to transition into the global teaching market. A highly competitive salary commensurate with qualifications and experience will be offered, in addition to annual leave, housing subsidy, relocation expenses and full medical benefits. Applicants should have completed their final degrees (JD, JSD, or PhD) before the start of their appointments, unless they possess significant practice experience. Closes January 3rd, 2022. Address any specific questions to the Director at: [email protected].

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