Conference on Law, Commerce and Development


This interdisciplinary conference will explore the relationships among legal institutions, commercial practices, and economic development.  Participants will include leading scholars in law, economics, political science, and anthropology.  The conference is intended to create a basis for future collaborative research among scholars from different disciplines.

Here is a more detailed presentation of the aims and objective of the conference.

Here you will find the program schedule.

The Orgranizers of the Conference would like to thank Jay Furman '71 for his support of the Conference on Law, Commerce and Development.

 

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