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Laboratory for Advanced Research on the Global Economy

 

Centre for the Study of Human Rights
London School of Economics and Political Science
Houghton Street
London WC2A 2AE

 

Director - Dr Margot Salomon

Manager - Zoe Gillard
z.gillard@lse.ac.uk|
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Laboratory for Advanced Research on the Global Economy

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Supper Club

The Supper Club is is a cross-departmental group of LSE scholars co-ordinated by LAB. The group was established in 2009 to discuss, debate and advance understanding and scholarship on topics related to justice and globalisation of multidisciplinary interest.

The Supper Club meets once per term and is open to any interested member of LSE academic staff.

 

'Human Rights, the ‘Political View’, and TNCs: An Exploration' Feb 2014
Dr Laura Valentini, Department of Government, LSE
'Capitalism and Democracy at Cross-Purposes' Dec 2013
Professor Robert Wade, Department of International Development, LSE
Link to paper (PDF)
'Is the Concept of "Due Diligence" in the Guiding Principles Coherent?'
Feb 2013
Dr Jonathan Bonnitcha, Visiting Fellow, Law Department, LSE
Link to paper| Jonathan Bonnitcha & Robert McCorquodale, 2013
'The Right to Economic Development in the Arab World’ Jun 2011
Dr Ali Kadri, Visiting Fellow, Department of International Development, LSE
Link to paper| (PDF) 
'The Politics of Pharmaceutical Patent Examination in Brazil' Nov 2011
Dr Ken Shadlen, Department of International Development, LSE
Link to paper| chapter in Knowledge Governance: Reasserting the Public Interest, Leonardo Burlamaqui, Ana Célia Castro & Rainer Kattel (eds.) Anthem Press, 2012
'Theatre of the Rule of Law: Transnational Legal Intervention in Theory and Practice' Dec 2010
Dr Stephen Humphreys, Law Department, LSE
Link to paper| (PDF) prologue, S Humphreys, Theatre of the Rule of Law: Transnational Legal Intervention in Theory and Practice CUP, 2012
Link to book information on publisher's site| 
'Multipolarity and Global Governance: The "Multipolar Governance Dilemma" as it plays out in the G20 and the World Bank' Jun 2010
Professor Robert Wade, Department of International Development, LSE
Link to paper|
'A Human Rights Analysis of the G20 Communique' Nov 2009
Dr Margot Salomon, Centre for the Study of Human Rights & Law Department, LSE
Link to paper| Sakiko Fukuda-Parr & Margot E. Salomon, 2009
Critical Reflections on Human Rights and Globalisation From Political Theory' Jul 2009
Dr Katrin Flikschuh, Government Department, LSE
'What Do We Mean When We Talk About "Human Rights"?' Jun 2009
Dr Margot Salomon, Centre for the Study of Human Rights and Law Department, LSE and Professor Robert Wade, Department of International Development, LSE 
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