Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies, Volume 23.2
Issue 2 of Volume 23 features eleven articles related to the theme of “Legal Subjectivities” and seven student notes written by law students at the Indiana University Maurer School of Law. Volume 23.2 may be accessed here.
- Transatlantic Influences on American Corporate Jurisprudence: Theorizing the Corporation in the United States
- “I’m Just Some Guy”: Positing and Leveraging Subjectivities in Consumer Contract Law and the Global Market
- Courage, Post-Immunity Politics, and the Regulation of the Queer Subject
- The International Investment Regime After the Global Crisis of Neoliberalism: Rupture or Continuity?
Nicolás M. Perrone
- State Ownership and the United Nations Business and Human Rights Agenda: Three Instruments, Three Narratives
- Contract Boundary Spanning Governance Mechanisms: Conceptualizing Fragmented and Globalized Production as Collectively Governed Entities
- The ESA-Guidelines: Soft Law and Subjectivity in the European Financial Market—Capturing the Administrative Influence
- Documentation and Emotions: Producing Displaced Legal Subjects
Susan M. Sterett
- Making Banks on a Global Scale: Management Based Regulation as Agencement
- Contesting Austerity: The Potential and Pitfalls of Socioeconomic Rights Discourse
Joe Wills & Ben TC Warwick
- Puzzling Out Law’s Person
- Taking to the Sea: Considering the Modern Seasteading Movement in the Context of Other Historical Intentional Communities
- Increasing Healthcare Access in Yemen Through Community-Based Health Insurance
- Citizens of Sinking Islands: The Early Victims of Climate Change
- Mannington Mills, Inc. v. Congoleum Corp.: The Perfect Storm of Extraterritoriality in Patent and Antitrust Law
- Query in the Aftermath of a Crisis: Will the Ebola Epidemic Serve To Make Reform of the Broken Health Research and Development Framework Go Viral?
- Surrogacy and Citizenship: A Conjunctive Solution to a Global Problem
- Toward an International Constitution of Patient Rights