San Diego Law Review
Labor and Finance as Inevitably Transnational: Globalization Demands a Sophisticated and Transnational Lens
This Article examines the affect the pressures of globalization have had on labor and finance law. The authors describe how both of these areas affect and are affected by globalization. They discuss the contribution of socioeconomics to their understanding of both the impacts of globalization on labor and finance, and potential responses to those impacts. In conclusion, the authors discuss the importance of consciously and explicitly both recognizing the consequences of globalization, and integrating socioeconomic concepts into our teaching of these areas of the law.
Timothy A. Canova, Claire M. Dickerson & Katherine V. Stone,
Labor and Finance as Inevitably Transnational: Globalization Demands a Sophisticated and Transnational Lens,
San Diego L. Rev.
Available at: https://digital.sandiego.edu/sdlr/vol41/iss1/9