Honor Brabazon's review for a symposium on Christine Schwöbel-Patel's 'Marketing Global Justice: The Political Economy of International Criminal Law'.
Charalambos Kourondis on new laws in Greece to increase police presence on university campuses.
Nick Bano on evictions and the future of the UK Housing Act 1988.
Clyde W. Barrow on the Republican Party, armed militias and hate groups, and the impending elections in the United States.
Tanzil Chowdhury on "slow scholarship" as a form of resistance within and against the neoliberal university.
Jessica Whyte concludes our symposium on her recent book The Morals of the Market.
Ravi Malhotra reviews three new books on neoliberalism and law--Honor Brabazon (ed), Neoliberal Legality; Katharina Pistor, The Code of Capital; and Astra Taylor, Democracy May Not Exist.
Umut Özsu reviews Jessica Whyte's recent book The Morals of the Market.
Paul O'Connell reviews Jessica Whyte's recent book The Morals of the Market.
Eva Nanopoulos reviews Jessica Whyte's recent book The Morals of the Market.
Richard Seymour on "Brexit", the law and political economy of the EU, and the strategies and tactics open to a prospective Corbyn government.
Ivana Isailovic on the European Union's neoliberal approach to questions of "work-life balance".