Harvard University

For Support Of The Program On Law And Political Economy At Harvard Law School

Overview
The program is designed to complement national efforts to develop a discipline of law and political economy by creating a community of legal scholars and students at Harvard who seek to make political economy an integral part of legal theory and education, and on training students and entry-level academics to think about how law shapes the distribution of power as it structures social relations in economy and society. The program will also develop a framework for cross-disciplinary interactions with other scholars seeking to center political economy in the social sciences and history, and to serve as a roundtable for concrete programmatic efforts at the law school aimed at transformation of areas critical to American law and political economy, such as labor law, racial capitalism, monetary policy, mass incarceration, or voting rights.SPECIAL PROJECTSReported Grants
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Harvard Kennedy School79 John F. Kennedy Street
Cambridge, MA 02138

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