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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]
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]

My Work: To engage in scholarship that at its core, contributes to the upliftment of the human condition.
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 Massachusetts Amherst
PhD Candidate

My Work: My research explores the changing legal and economic boundaries of the firm under modes of vertical ...[More]
The Modern Money Network; New Economy Project
Director; Staff Attorney

My Work: By day, I'm a Staff Attorney at New Economy Project, an economic justice organization in New York Ci...[More]
University of Miami School of Law
Professor of Law Emeritus

My Work: Labor History and Political Economy.
Brooklyn Institute for Social Research
Core faculty

My Work: I am interested in the link between inequality of labor income (the rise of the “supermanagers”) and...[More]
Sarah Lawrence College
Professor - Economics

My Work: I am a feminist political economist interested in the intersection of democratic political processes...[More]
John Jay College, City University of New York

My Work: Geert Dhondt's teaching and research focuses on the economics of crime and justice. He is particula...[More]
Sarah Lawrence College

My Work: I earned my BA from Sarah Lawrence College where I studied economics and geography. My interests lie...[More]
Cornell Law School
J.S.D. Candidate

My Work: I am interested in the relationship between law, political economy, and technology, with a particula...[More]
University of California - Davis School of Law

My Work: I am interested in the interplay of economic dynamics and institutions with the creation and perpetu...[More]
University of Manchester School of Law
Senior Lecturer

My Work: Share commitment to mainstreaming heterodox political economy and law thinking in academia and polic...[More]
Univesity of Massachusetts, Amhert

My Work: I teach several economics and economic history courses, and a course on Topics in Urban and Housing ...[More]
Rowboat Family Foundation
Foundation Administrator
University of Pennsylvania Law School

My Work: My work offers a new lens on old conceptions of the purposes of regulatory tools and social welfare ...[More]

My Work: I am a political economist who works on issues that intersect with law.

My Work: I am a graduate of law and philosophy and political science with strong interest in economics. I sel...[More]
University of San Francisco

My Work: I am deeply concerned about issues of economic justice. Prior to teaching, I have worked for many y...[More]
California State University San Bernardino
Assistant Professor

My Work: I use legal analysis to understand how economic institutions affect growth, development, and sociolo...[More]
Seattle University School of Law

My Work: My work aims at a better understanding of intersections of economic, political and legal frameworks.
University at Buffalo, State Univ. of New York
Professor of Law

My Work: My work focuses on challenging and changing ideas and politics of law & economics, in social welfare...[More]