Seminar in Private Law: Globalization and Deglobalization

Feb. 27, 2024
12:00PM - 2:00PM
SLB Room 129
Open to the Yale Community

  • Apr. 16, 2024 - 12:00PM - 2:00PM

The 2024 Seminar in Private Law hosts leading thinkers on globalization and deglobalization at the nexus of public and private law.

 

February 6: Capitalism and Globalization

• Dani Rodrik – Harvard, John F. Kennedy School of Government

• Branko Milanovic – CUNY Graduate Center, Stone Center on Socio-Economic Inequality

 

February 13: Zones Beyond the State

• Emily Kadens – Northwestern, Law

• Quinn Slobodian – Wellesley, History

 

February 20: Just Energy Transitions

• Benjamin Bradlow – Princeton, Sociology

• Gerald Torres – Yale, Law & School of the Environment

 

February 27: Trade and Investment Exceptions

• Julian Arato – University of Michigan, Law

 

March 5: Weaponized Interdependence

• Henry Farrell – Johns Hopkins, School of Advanced International Studies

• Abraham Newman – Georgetown, School of Foreign Service & Dept. of Government

 

March 12: Debt and Global Finance

• Anna Gelpern—Georgetown, Law

• Brad Setser—Council on Foreign Relations

 

March 26: Policing Supply Chains

• Kathleen Claussen—Georgetown, Law

 

April 2: Free Capital, Free Labor?

• Chiara Cordelli—University of Chicago, Political Science

• Sanjay Reddy—The New School, Economics

 

April 9: Sovereignty and Expropriation

• Eric Helleiner—University of Waterloo, Political Science

• Nicholas Mulder—Cornell, History

 

April 16: After Neoliberal Globalization

• David Grewal—Berkeley, Law

• Jennifer Harris—Hewlett Foundation

Sponsoring Organization(s)

Center for Private Law