Hughes on Richman, “Stateless Commerce”

  On Friday, February 23rd, 2018, Professor Barak Richman presented his book, Stateless Commerce, as the most recent Guest Lecturer in the Mellon Sawyer Seminar Series. The book examines the self-regulating mechanisms of the diamond industry which uses relational networks based on ethnic communities in order to enforce and guarantee diamond transactions in lieu of Read more about Hughes on Richman, “Stateless Commerce”[…]

Hughes on George and Wheatley, “Corporate Rights and Responsibilities: Past and Present”

To kick off the Spring 2018 semester of the Mellon Sawyer Seminar Guest Lectures, Natasha Wheatley, Professor of History at Princeton University, and Erika George, Professor at the University of Utah College of Law, presented papers on Friday, February 2nd, 2018.  Both papers discussed the role of non-state entities in international law. George began by Read more about Hughes on George and Wheatley, “Corporate Rights and Responsibilities: Past and Present”[…]