Vol 8, No 6 (2018)

State of Exception, Law and Economy: A socio-legal approach to the economic state of exception in an era of crisis

Issue edited by José Manuel Atiles-Osoria (Universidade de Coimbra - Centre for Social Studies) and David Whyte (University of Liverpool, UK).

DOI: 10.35295/osls.iisl/0000-0000-0000-0977

Table of Contents

Introduction

State of Exception, Law and Economy: A socio-legal approach to the economy of exception in an era of crisis PDF
Jose Manuel Atiles-Osoria, David Whyte 808-818

Colonial state of exception

State of Exception as Economic Policy: A Socio-Legal Analysis of the Puerto Rican Colonial Case PDF
Jose Manuel Atiles-Osoria 819-844
“Europe” and the Narrative of the “True Racist”: (Un-)thinking Anti-Discrimination Law through Race PDF
Silvia Rodríguez Maeso 845-873
Rights in a State Of Exception. The Deadly Colonial Ethics of Voluntary Corporate Responsibility for Human Rights PDF
Lara Montesinos Coleman 874-900

Economic state of exception

Narratives from the margins of the state: resisting the politics of exceptionality in the Comuna 13 PDF
Gustavo Rojas-Páez 901-924
The permanent state of exception in the southern periphery of Europe PDF
Ignasi Bernat 925-949

Corporate exceptionalism

The Corporate Citizen and the Sovereign Exception: from 'homo sacer' to 'homo supra' PDF
David Whyte 950-975
Investor State Dispute Settlement: Institutionalising "Corporate Exceptionality" PDF
Pablo Leandro Ciocchini, Stefanie Khoury 976-1000


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