->Law in Finance
Research Output and Funders:

The Global Law and Finance Initiative 2010-2013

Global Law in Finance Network, GLawFiN (since 2013)



->Beyond Property Rights
Research Output and Funders:

Governing Access to Essential Resources

  • Workshops and Conferences
    • “Triangulating Property Rights,” Heyman Center, Columbia University, 2012. Documents: Agenda
    • “Governing Access to Essential Resources”, Columbia Law School, June 2013. Documents: Agenda
    • “Beyond Property Rights goes global”: Mumbai, March 2014. Documents: Agenda and Background Memo
    • “Beyond Property Rights goes global”: Istanbul, June 2014. Documents: Agenda and Background Memo
  • Publications: Governing Access to Essential Resources, Columbia University Press, 2015  
  • A summary of the basic theme was recently published in the World Financial Review, July 2016
  • Sponsors/Funders: National Science Foundation; Max Planck Society & Humboldt Foundation

Expectations as Property

  • Workshop: “Expectations as Property,” Columbia Law School, May 2017. Background Memo / Agenda.
  • Publications: UCLA Law Review: Discourse, Vol. 65.
    • “Expectations as Property: Histories, Contextualizations, Critiques.” Freya Irani & Katharina Pistor.
    • “A Fundamental Shift in Power: Permitting International Investors to Convert their Economic Expectations Into Rights.” Lise Johnson.
    • “By Force of Expectation: Colonization, Public Lands, and the Property Relation.” Alyosha Goldstein.
    • “From Imperial to International Law: Protecting Foreign Expectations in the Early United States.” Daniel J. Hulsebosch.
    • “The Production of Feeling and the Reproduction of Privilege: Expectation, Affect, and International Investment Law.” Freya Irani.

->Law’s Global Scale
Research Output and Funders: