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BHC Doctoral Colloquium in Business History to be Held in Baltimore, April 2018

The BHC Doctoral Colloquium in Business History will be held once again in conjunction with the 2018 BHC annual meeting. This prestigious workshop, funded by Cambridge University Press, will take place in Baltimore on Wednesday April 4thand Thursday April 5th. … Continue Reading

Law and Society Announces Call for Proposals for Toronto Meeting June 7-10, 2018

The next annual meeting of the Law and Society Association will be held in Toronto, June 07-10, 2018 at the Sheraton Centre. As in previous years, LSA’s Collaborative Research Network (CRN) on Regulatory Governance will be coordinating a number of … Continue Reading

Great Resource on Regulating Capital Flows

I had the opportunity to meet some of the great folks in Boston last week, where I delivered my paper on the internationalization of the renminbi and systemic risk.  In the process, I  learned a bit about an interesting working group … Continue Reading

Conference: The Future of the Global Order in an Era of Populism, Nationalism, and Retrenchment

  The Biden center will be hosting its inaugural conference on The Future of the Global Order in an Era of Populism, Nationalism, and Retrenchment.  Registration will open on Tuesday, September 5th The overall goal of the conference is to … Continue Reading

Call for papers:  Integration, functional differentiation and problem-solving in multilevel governance: a comparative perspective

A new symposium plans to address the question of the relationship between integration, functional differentiation and problem-solving in multilevel governance. It does so by highlighting the added value of adopting a comparative perspective between the European Union (EU) and other … Continue Reading

Former Deputy Director of the CIA Talks Russia, Venezuela and North Korea Sanctions at Georgetown Law

David Cohen, the former Deputy Director of the Central Intelligence Agency, will discuss Russia, Venezuela and North Korean sanctions at Georgetown’s IIEL on September 11, 2017. Described by several members of the Obama administration as a “financial Batman” and one of … Continue Reading

Groningen Centre for European Financial Services Law Holds Conference on Consumer Protection

International Conference ‘Financial Consumer Protection, Financial Advice, and Changing Remuneration Structures in the Post-Crisis Era’  23 November 2017, Amsterdam On Thursday 23 November 2017 the Groningen Centre for European Financial Services Law will hold an international conference on the topic … Continue Reading

Boston University to host conference on Trade in the Trump Era

What are the prospects for multilateral trade law and for megaregional agreements such as the TTIP in the Trump era? Are existing tools in international economic law sufficient to address popular grievances and issues of global justice? In the context … Continue Reading

CFR offers fellowships for professors to experience foreign affairs policymaking

The Council on Foreign Relation’s International Affairs Fellowship for Tenured International Relations Scholars offers tenured professors of U.S. foreign policy and international relations direct experience in the foreign policymaking field through placement in a U.S. government agency or international organization for a … Continue Reading

Congressional Staffers Learn Tech at Georgetown Law

A great story appeared on the Georgetown website on the crash course on tech offered by our Institute for Technology Law and Policy to 40 congressional staffers from both sides of the aisle willingly spent two days of their August recess at … Continue Reading