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Network Power: The Social Dynamics of Globalization
For all the attention globalization has received in recent years, little consensus has emerged concerning how best to understand it. For some, it is the happy product of free and rational choices;Expand
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Book Review: The Laws of Capitalism
The past year has seen the surprising ascent of French economist Thomas Piketty to “rock star” status.1 The reading public’s appetite for his economic treatise seems motivated by a growing uneaseExpand
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Law and Neoliberalism
"Neoliberalism" refers to the revival of the doctrines of classical economic liberalism, also called laissez-faire, in politics, ideas, and law. These revived doctrines have taken new form in newExpand
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Network Power and Globalization
  • D. Grewal
  • Computer Science
  • Ethics & International Affairs
  • 1 September 2003
We can identify the network power at work in globalization as the rise to global dominance of standards that have achieved critical mass in language, high technology, trade, law, and many other areas. Expand
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Make Me Democratic, But Not Yet: Sunrise Lawmaking and Democratic Constitutionalism
“Sunrise amendments” — constitutional provisions that only take effect after a substantial time delay — could revolutionize American politics. Yet they remain undertheorized and unfamiliar. ThisExpand
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Before Peer Production: Infrastructure Gaps and the Architecture of Openness in Synthetic Biology
Legal scholarship on intellectual property needs to be reoriented to consider how state action helps to generate the infrastructure of emerging fields in ways that prove conducive to theirExpand
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Three Theses on the Current Crisis of International Liberalism
Abstract:This essay advances three theses on the current crisis of international liberalism. First, it is a composite one, comprising interrelated crises of domestic political representation and ofExpand
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Empire's Law
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Conspiracy Theories in a Networked World
ABSTRACTThe arrangements characteristic of systems of networked governance are likely to generate conspiracy theories because they rely on informal rather than formal structures of power. A formalExpand
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Introduction: Law and Neoliberalism
The concept of neoliberalism has been influential in the humanities and interpretive social sciences, but it has little foothold in legal scholarship, and its very coherence has been controversial,Expand
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