Corporate Law: Corporate & Financial Law: Interdisciplinary Approaches eJournal
Editors: James Fanto and Lawrence Mitchell
Brooklyn Law School and The George Washington University Law School

Sponsored by: Brooklyn Law School and Case Western University - School of Law

This eJournal distributes working and accepted paper abstracts focused on interdisciplinary research that uses social psychology, sociology, history, philosophy, organizational and management studies, and other related social sciences and humanities to help scholars understand and address issues and problems in corporate and market structure and the behavior of corporate and market actors, particularly corporate executives and board members, as well as market participants and other corporate constituents. Social scientists during the past three decades have made strides in learning how individuals conduct themselves in institutional settings. Yet this understanding has not been featured prominently in the legal scholarship on business associations and financial law. The eJournal focuses on the social structure in which the individual acts rather than on the individual as an autonomous actor, and it is intended to offer an alternative to the dominant economic paradigm in corporate and financial law scholarship.

The eJournal's editors wish to provide a forum for legal scholars who engage in this interdisciplinary work, either jointly with social scientists or through their own study of the social sciences. They further encourage social scientists working in the areas of business and the markets to publish in this eJournal. The eJournal is funded by a generous grant from The Alfred P. Sloan Foundation.

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Editors: James Fanto and Lawrence Mitchell
Brooklyn Law School and The George Washington University Law School


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