YALE LPE: Rewriting the Economy: Race, Gender, and Economy in LPE

YALE LPE: Rewriting the Economy: Race, Gender, and Economy in LPE

Sep 22, 2022

Yale Law School, SLB Rm 128

Law and Political Economy (or LPE) is a “big tent” — situating oneself and one’s work within the movement can be exciting, but also challenging. Getting started might seem especially difficult for scholars interested in race, gender, and/or other systems of domination, because most legal scholarship treats race, gender, and identity as ancillary or peripheral…

LPE 101: A Law & Political Economy Approach to Torts with Talha Syed

LPE 101: A Law & Political Economy Approach to Torts with Talha Syed

Sep 16, 2022

Zoom and Yale Law School (SLB 120)

This is the next iteration of our LPE 101 series with Professor Talha Syed (UC Berkeley) discussing an LPE approach to Torts! Tort law deals with two foundational subjects: Rights and Risk. The prevailing modes of analyzing these within tort theory and policy have been as realms of corrective justice (moral philosophy) or social policy…

CFP: Law & Macroeconomics

CFP: Law & Macroeconomics

Sep 15, 2022

Wharton/Zoom

5th Conference on Law & Macroeconomics hosted by The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania (but the conference will be virtual) The macroeconomic instability of the 2020s continues to fuel economic, social, and political turmoil worldwide and to recast our understanding of law and macroeconomics. The ongoing crisis has opened up new and vitally…

CASBS Event: Creating a New Political Economy Framework

CASBS Event: Creating a New Political Economy Framework

Aug 23, 2022

Zoom

In the wake of a widespread sense that neo-classical economic models have failed us, we have an opportunity to improve the explanatory and normative dimensions of economics by incorporating insights from other disciplines. For example, consider that incorporating findings from psychology and the behavioral sciences can improve the predictive power of economic models. Or consider that incorporating…

Inaugural Summer Academy on Law, Organizing, and Power Building

Inaugural Summer Academy on Law, Organizing, and Power Building

Aug 16, 2022

Ossining, NY

We invite rising second- and third-year law students from New York City law schools to apply to The Action Lab (TAL), the Law and Political Economy (LPE) Project and the Initiative for Community Power’s first ever Summer Academy on Law, Organizing, and Power Building. Amid the escalating and interlocking crises that define our current moment,…

CFP – ClassCrits XIII

CFP – ClassCrits XIII

Aug 01, 2022

Thurgood Marshall School of Law

CALL FOR PAPERS & PARTICIPATION ClassCrits XIII Unlocking Inequality: Revisiting the Intersection of Race and Class Co-Sponsored by ClassCrits, Inc., TapRoot Earth, and Thurgood Marshall School of Law October 21-22, 2022 at Thurgood Marshall School of Law, Houston, TX (we anticipate a live conference) Proposals  We invite proposals for individual paper presentations and panels that…

Resourcing a New Paradigm: The Future of Antimonopoly Research

Resourcing a New Paradigm: The Future of Antimonopoly Research

Jul 19, 2022

Zoom

A NEW ECONOMIC PARADIGM?: LEADING SCHOLARS AND OFFICIALS DISCUSS FLOURISHING ANTIMONOPOLY RESEARCH AND POLICY OPPORTUNITIES The academics reshaping the antimonopoly field discuss where it’s headed On Tuesday, July 19, Economic Security Project and the Law and Political Economy Project will bring together leading scholars, advocacy groups, and government officials in a virtual discussion: Resourcing a New…

Sustainable and Global Economic Law Summer School

Sustainable and Global Economic Law Summer School

Jul 18, 2022

University of Amsterdam

Sustainable and Global Economic Law is holding a Summer School in Amsterdam this summer. Applications due by June 4th (extended from May 31). The Sustainable Global Economic Law (SGEL) summer school provides a unique space for interdisciplinary conversations on global economic law and sustainability, in the context of accelerating climate change, and the persistence of…

Announcement: EAEPE-YSI-APPEAL Summer School in Rome

Announcement: EAEPE-YSI-APPEAL Summer School in Rome

Jul 04, 2022

University Roma Tre

EAEPE – YSI – APPEAL SUMMER SCHOOL 4-8 July 2022 “LABOUR AND WELFARE IN THE POST COVID-19 ERA” University Roma Tre, Department of Economics. Via Silvio D’Amico 77, 00145 Rome, Italy  Local organisers: Pasquale Tridico and Sebastiano Fadda  Contact: summerschool@eaepe.org  Submission Deadline: 6 June 2022 The EAEPE – YSI – APPEAL Summer School is open…

DSA Fund – How We Win: Local Worker Rights Campaigns

DSA Fund – How We Win: Local Worker Rights Campaigns

Jun 29, 2022

Zoom

How We Win: Local Worker Rights Campaigns Wednesday, June 29 at 8pm ET / 7pm CT / 6pm MT / 5pm PT RSVP here to attend! Join us for the second event in the DSA Fund’s series on How We Win, where we’ll get an inside look at worker rights campaigns in Portland, Maine; New…

AMRI Academy Online – Summer 2022

AMRI Academy Online – Summer 2022

Jun 15, 2022

https://lpeproject.org/amri-academy/

The LPE Anti-Monopoly and Regulated Industries (AMRI) Academy is a crash course in challenging corporate power in our political economy. Recent events, including the policy response to the COVID-19 pandemic, have exposed the dangers of the prevailing “neoliberal consensus”—the idea that markets are self-correcting and efficient, that we should analyze society in terms of individual…