A distinguishing feature of contemporary social (including legal and economic) challenges is that they are not only ever-more ‘open, complex… and networked’, but also more ‘dynamic’ (Dorst 2015). As such they can only be understood, let alone addressed, via scholarly and policy mindsets that prompt and facilitate movement between between the past, present and future.… Continue reading Prefiguring econo-legal futures? Possible lessons from and for Cyprus
'The case for a visualised economic sociology of legal development' Current Legal Problems, Vol. 67 (2014), pp. 169–198 doi:10.1093/clp/cuu016Winner of the SLSA Article Prize for 2015Access it here for free.
These are visualisations created in 2014 of my findings published in Perry-Kessaris (2008) Global Business, Local Law: The Indian legal system as a communal resource in foreign investment relations Ashgate.
Diamond Ashiagbor and I began an Economic Sociology of Law reading group at SOAS in early 2011 which continues to run. It is an informal gathering of faculty and students from across disciplines and institutions who are interested in the idea of an economic sociology of law—that is, the use of sociological approaches (empirical, normative,… Continue reading Reading group
Connected Lives (c) Amanda Perry-Kessaris 2013I gave a public lecture (14.03.13) entitled 'Can economic sociology save law and development' as part of the Current Legal Problems lecture series run by Faculty of Laws, University College London.Proceedings of the series are published by OUP.