Saturday, December 15, 2018

Hirsch & Lang: Research Handbook on the Sociology of International Law

Moshe Hirsch (Hebrew Univ. of Jerusalem - Law) & Andrew Lang (Univ. of Edinburgh - Law) have published Research Handbook on the Sociology of International Law (Edward Elgar Publishing 2018). Contents include:
  • Moshe Hirsch & Andrew Lang, Introduction to the Research Handbook on the Sociology of International Law
  • Bryant G. Garth, Issues of Empire, Contestation, and Hierarchy in the Globalization of Law
  • Fabian Bohnenberger & Christian Joerges, A conflicts-law response to the precarious legitimacy of transnational trade governance
  • Sabine Frerichs & Rick James, Correlated ownership: Polanyi, Commons, and the property continuum
  • Wouter G. Werner, Regulating Speed: Social Acceleration and International Law
  • Ruth Buchanan, Kimberley Byers & Kristina Mansveld, ‘What gets measured gets done’: exploring the social construction of globalized knowledge for development
  • Andrew Lang, International lawyers and the study of expertise: representationalism and performativity
  • Deval Desai, Ignorance/power: rule of law reform and the administrative law of global governance
  • Mikael Rask Madsen, Reflexive Sociology of International Law: Pierre Bourdieu and the Globalization of Law
  • Gregory Messenger, The practice of litigation at the ICJ: the role of counsel in the development of international law
  • David Schneiderman, International investment law as formally rational law: a Weberian analysis
  • Jeffrey L. Dunoff & Mark A. Pollack, Practice theory and international law
  • Nicolas Lamp, The ‘practice turn’ in international law: insights from the theory of structuration
  • Galit A. Sarfaty, An Anthropological Approach to International Economic Law
  • Sergio Puig, Network analysis and the sociology of international law
  • Shai Dothan, Social networks and the enforcement of international law
  • Wolfgang Alschner, Locked in language: historical sociology and the path dependency of investment treaty design
  • Sungjoon Cho, Social constructivism and the social construction of world economic reality
  • Moshe Hirsch, Core Sociological Theories and International Law