The Journal of Law and Socio-Economics
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Volume 2010 - Program and Section Newsletter (pdf)
Section on Socio-Economics
Annual Meeting Program 
   
Thursday, January 7, 2010
Hilton New Orleans Riverside

“Economic Recovery and the Obama Presidency”
 
 
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2008 Welcoming Remarks by Hon. Guido Calabresi
 
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James Kenneth Galbraith-"Toward a New Pragmatism”
January 3, 2003 Luncheon Address
 
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The Editorial Board of The Journal of Law and Socio-Economics (JLSE) 
consists of Morris Altman (University of Saskatchewan, Editor of 
The Journal of Socio Economics), Robert Ashford (Syracuse University), 
Robert Cooter (University of California - Berkeley), Lynne Dallas 
(University of San Diego), Richard Hattwick, (Western Illinois 
University, Founding Editor of the Journal of Socio-Economics), 
Jeffrey Harrison (University of Florida), Edward Rubin (University of 
Pennsylvania), Thomas Ulen (University of Illinois), and Charles Whalen 
(Business Week).

The journal is intended not only for specialists, but also for generalists 
interested in improving legal education and higher education.

Volume 1996 contains 
1. 	a definition of socio-economics endorsed by over one hundred 
        twenty law teachers from fifty member schools of the Association 
        of American Law Schools (AALS)
2.	the inaugural Forum held in San Antonio in January 1996 that publicly
        launched the law and socio-economics movement: 
	Socio-Economics: What is its Place in Law Teaching?
Each succeeding volume will set forth the programs, presentations and 
commentary offered on Socio-Economics at the Annual Meeting of Association 
of American Law Schools (AALS), AALS Members Schools, and other venues.

Anyone who participated in such an event is invited to submit electronically 
their edited outlines, papers, presentations and commentary.

Additional commentary from others is welcome. 

(See submission instructions below)

Volume 1997	Socio-Economics and Communitarianism Compared (1997, Washington DC)
Volume 1998	Paradigms of Economic Thought (1998, San Francisco)
		Berkeley Conference on Socio-Economics and Binary Economics 
                (1998, Berkeley)
Volume 1999	The Socio-Economic Alternative in Teaching (1999, New Orleans)
		Tulane Conference on Socio-Economics and Binary Economics 
                (1999, New Orleans)
Volume 2000	Positive, Moral and Ethical Dimensions of Socio-Economics 
                (2000, Washington DC)
		Georgetown Conference on Socio-Economics (2000 Washington, DC)	
Volume 2001	Socio-Economics and Other Schools of Thought (2001, San Francisco)
		The Berkeley Conference on Socio-Economics (2001, Berkeley)
Volume 2002	Socio-Economics and Law Teaching (2002, New Orleans)
Volume 2003	Teaching Socio-Economics in Global Context (pdf)
Volume 2004	Socio-Economics, Peace and Justice (pdf)
Volume 2005	Socio-Economics, Culture, Biology, Economic and More (pdf)
		2005 Berkeley Conference on Socio-Economics
Volume 2006	Socio-Economics - A Distinct School of Thought(pdf)
		2006 Georgetown Conference on Socio-Eceonomics
Volume 2007	Socio-Economics and Economic Justice
Volume 2008	Positive and Normative Dimensions of Socio-Economics
Volume 2009	Socio-Economic Ways to a Just and Prosperous Society
 
Submissions should be sent to Robert Ashford at rhashford@aol.com