1. Transatlantic Influences on American Corporate Jurisprudence: Theorizing the Corporation in the United States
  2. Tara Helfman
  3. pp. 383-423
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  1. Making Banks on a Global Scale: Management-Based Regulation as Agencement
  2. Mika Viljanen
  3. pp. 425-453
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  1. The ESA Guidelines: Soft Law and Subjectivity in the European Financial Market—Capturing the Administrative Influence
  2. Jakob Schemmel
  3. pp. 455-503
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  1. Courage, Postimmunity Politics, and the Regulation of the Queer Subject
  2. Chantal Nadeau
  3. pp. 505-529
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  1. “I’m Just Some Guy”: Positing and Leveraging Legal Subjects in Consumer Contracts and the Global Market
  2. Tal Kastner
  3. pp. 531-566
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  1. Documentation and Emotions: Producing Displaced Legal Subjects
  2. Susan M. Sterett
  3. pp. 567-601
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  1. The International Investment Regime After the Global Crisis of Neoliberalism: Rupture or Continuity?
  2. Nicolás M. Perrone
  3. pp. 603-627
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  1. Contesting Austerity: The Potential and Pitfalls of Socioeconomic Rights Discourse
  2. Joe Wills, Ben TC Warwick
  3. pp. 629-664
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  1. State Ownership and the United Nations Business and Human Rights Agenda: Three Instruments, Three Narratives
  2. Mikko Rajavuori
  3. pp. 665-707
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  1. Contract-Boundary-Spanning Governance Mechanisms: Conceptualizing Fragmented and Globalized Production as Collectively Governed Entities
  2. Jaakko Salminen
  3. pp. 709-742
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  1. Puzzling Out Law’s Person
  2. David Wishart
  3. pp. 743-764
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  1. Taking to the Sea: The Modern Seasteading Movement in the Context of Other Historical Intentional Communities
  2. Megan Binder
  3. pp. 765-794
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  1. Increasing Health Care Access in Yemen Through Community-Based Health Insurance
  2. Matthew Fuss
  3. pp. 795-818
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  1. Citizens of Sinking Islands: Early Victims of Climate Change
  2. Erin Halstead
  3. pp. 819-837
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  1. Mannington Mills, Inc. v. Congoleum Corp.: A Perfect Storm of Extraterritoriality in Patent and Antitrust Law
  2. Benjamin Holt
  3. pp. 839-864
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  1. Will the Ebola Epidemic Serve To Make Reform of the Broken Health Research and Development Framework Go Viral?
  2. Jeremy McDonald
  3. pp. 865-891
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  1. Toward an International Constitution of Patient Rights
  2. Alison Podlaski
  3. pp. 893-924
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  1. Surrogacy and Citizenship: A Conjunctive Solution to a Global Problem
  2. Caitlin Pyrce
  3. pp. 925-952
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  1. Introduction: Imagining Post-Neoliberal Regulatory Subjectivities
  2. Mika Viljanen, Mikko Rajavuori, Tal Kastner
  3. pp. 377-382
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