Economic Justice: Race, Gender, Identity And Economics (University Casebook Series)
Economic Justice: Race, Gender, Identity and Economics (University Casebook Series)This casebook provides a means to further the conversation between critical legal scholarship and law and economics. It addresses such issues as what economics can tell us about democracy and the law, what theories of justice can tell us about economic theory and the law, and why no legal language addressing class in the United States exists, and what such a language might look like. It uses the problem of racial and gender injustice as a basis to interrogate both critical theory and economic theory.
The Second Edition provides a timely new chapter on the financial collapse, the turmoil in modern macroeconomic theory, and the economic justice claims of borrowers who received predatory loans. The coverage expands to include the following:
Bonuses: Democracy and Contracts: Listening to the Outrage. What is Fair?
City of Baltimore v Wells Fargo
California v Countrywide Mortgage
Judicial nullification of foreclosure enforcement actions
MERS Litigation- How Electronic Efficiencies in Property Recordation
Failed the Requisites of Property Formality
For more information and additional teaching materials, visit the companion site.
Specifications of Economic Justice: Race, Gender, Identity and Economics (University Casebook Series)
|Author||Emma Jordan, Angela Harris|
|Number Of Pages||1274|
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