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Please join the LPE Project on Wednesday, June 26th at 11:00-12:30 PM ET, for a virtual event featuring Professor Ali Kadri (Sun Yat-sen University) in conversation with Dr. Max Ajl (University of Ghent) on “The Accumulation of Waste: A Political Economy of Genocide and Imperialism.” The conversation will be moderated by Dr. Helyeh Doutaghi (Yale…

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Jul 1, 2024

CFP: Dollar Hegemony, State Sovereignty and International Order: an International Workshop

During the past decade, it has become obvious that economic interconnectedness did not bring forth frictionless international relations as many liberal theorists had predicted. To the contrary, the fact that economic integration has been profoundly uneven has enabled the weaponisation of asymmetrical economic relations for the achievement of geopolitical and/or economic goals (Whyte 2022; Farrell…

Location: University of New South Wales (Sydney, Australia)
Jul 15, 2024

CFP: 2024 Cornell Work Law Junior Scholar Workshop

Cornell ILR School invites submissions for the Work Law Junior Scholar Workshop to be held in Ithaca, New York, on November 8-9, 2024.  Participants will receive feedback on their scholarship from one of the leading scholar discussants (Matt Bodie, Veena Dubal, Hiba Hafiz, Kerry Rittich, and Noah Zatz), comments from fellow junior scholars, and advice about career development and journal…

Location: Ithaca, New York
What to do about the Courts: Toolkit session II with Ryan Doerfler

What to do about the Courts: Toolkit session II with Ryan Doerfler

05/28/2024 Zoom
The fifth session of our 6-part open course/reading group “What To Do About The Courts,” cohosted with the People’s Parity Project, will take place on May 28th at 8pm ET/ 5pm PT. This session will be led by Professor Ryan Doerfler. TOPIC: Several reforms have been proposed to restructure, reform, and/or disempower the courts, each with different stakes and…
CFP: Labor & the Law Workshop

CFP: Labor & the Law Workshop

05/24/2024 Columbia University
The Labor and the Law Workshop, co-hosted by the Center for Political Economy at Columbia University, seeks contributions from junior researchers (PhD students and post-doctoral fellows) that address the labor movement’s relationship to the law. Both contemporary and historical approaches to the topic as well as qualitative and quantitative contributions are welcome. We are interested…
Toolkit for Court Reform I with Ganesh Sitaraman and Amy Kapczynski

Toolkit for Court Reform I with Ganesh Sitaraman and Amy Kapczynski

04/16/2024 Zoom
The fourth session of our 6-part open course/reading group “What To Do About The Courts,” cohosted with the People’s Parity Project, will take place on April 16 at 8pm ET/ 5pm PT. This session will be led by Professors Ganesh Sitaraman and Amy Kapczynski. TOPIC: Several reforms have been proposed to restructure, reform, and/or disempower the courts, each with…
YLS LPE: Money, Empire, and the Law

YLS LPE: Money, Empire, and the Law

04/13/2024 Yale Law School (SLB 127)
The YLS Law and Political Economy (LPE) Student Group and Professors Aslı Ü. Bâli, Ntina Tzouvala, and Tendayi Achiume will be co-hosting a panel series entitled “Money, Empire, and the Law” taking place on Saturday, April 13th at the Yale Law School. This series will take place following the “TWAIL, Geopolitical Competition, and Non-Western Imperialisms” conference which will take…
TWAIL, GEOPOLITICAL COMPETITION AND THE RISE OF NON-WESTERN IMPERIALISMS

TWAIL, GEOPOLITICAL COMPETITION AND THE RISE OF NON-WESTERN IMPERIALISMS

04/11/2024 Yale Law School (SLB Rm 128 &122)
Please join Professors Aslı Ü. Bâli, Ntina Tzouvala, and Tendayi Achiume for a two-day conference entitled “TWAIL, Geopolitical Competition and the Rise of Non-Western Imperialisms” scheduled for Thursday, April 11, and Friday, April 12, at Yale Law School. This will be followed by a student-led segment of the conference, “Money, Empire and the Law,” on Saturday, April…
EXTENDED DEADLINE: The LPE Blog is Hiring Student Editors for 2024-2025

EXTENDED DEADLINE: The LPE Blog is Hiring Student Editors for 2024-2025

04/10/2024 N/A
The Law and Political Economy Blog is looking to hire two student editors to join our staff starting in June 2024, with the expectation of working some amount over the summer (though the Blog goes on hiatus in August) and continuing in the position for 2024-2025 academic year. The work involves collaboratively coming up with ideas for posts,…