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The theme of identity recurs throughout international law argument and doctrine. We speak of international legal personality, chart developing categories of international legal actors, extrapolate meaning about the purpose and state of the discipline, rely on identity to clarify tensions and assign obligations within the international legal framework. Running through these uses of identity is a generalized anxiety crisis about the authenticity and legitimacy of the profession itself, which offers insight into the possibilities and limits of how we might conceptualize legal expertise and reasoning.

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Edited by Ugo Mattei and John D. Haskell

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Events such as the global financial crisis have helped reveal that the drivers and contours of governance on a national and international level remain a mystery in many respects. Set in this context, this timely Research Handbook is the first to explicitly address the constitutive relationship between law and political economy. With scholarly contributions from diverse disciplinary and geographic backgrounds, this authoritative book covers, in three parts, topics surrounding money and markets, the relations of organization, and commodities, land and resources.