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Globalisation, the Economy and Sociology of Law

General details of the subject

Face-to-face degree course

Teaching staff

NameInstitutionCategoryDoctorTeaching profileAreaE-mail
CHADWICK , ANNA ELIZABETHUniversity of GlasgowOtrosDoctor
KAMPOURAKIS , IOANNISErasmus University RotterdamOtrosDoctor
RASK MADSEN , MIKAELKobenhvans UniversitetOtrosDoctor


Conocimiento de las tendencias principales de los sistemas sociales y económicos mundiales y de su interacción en relación con el fenómeno de la regulación.30.0 %
conocimiento de las transacciones, interacciones y relaciones económicas más allá de las fronteras estatales y de los sistemas de gobernanza que pretenden regularlas.30.0 %
conocimiento de las relaciones entre las jurisdicciones nacionales y transnacionales en su relación de los fenómenos jurídicos, posibilitando su comparación.20.0 %
Aplicación de estos conocimientos a ámbitos concretos del derecho económico: mercantil, comercial, financiero, bancario, arbitrajes, armonización, propiedad intelectual, ...20.0 %

Study types

TypeFace-to-face hoursNon face-to-face hoursTotal hours

Training activities

NameHoursPercentage of classroom teaching
Case analysis40.0100 %
Discussion10.0100 %
Text analysis40.0100 %
Written discussion of a topic60.020 %

Assessment systems

NameMinimum weightingMaximum weighting
Attendance and participation50.0 % 50.0 %
Evaluation by means of the presentation of projects50.0 % 50.0 %
Written examination50.0 % 50.0 %


The New Economy

Gender as an Analytic Concept and Subject of Analysis

The International Division of Labour and International

The Breakdown of Traditional Employment


In-depth bibliography

Carr, Marilyn and Martha Alter Chen. 2001. Globalization and the Informal Economy: How Global Trade and Investment Impact on the Working Poor (Women in Informal Employment Globalizing and Organizing).

Ciscel, David H., Barbara Ellen Smith and Marcela Mendoza. 2003. Ghosts in the Global Machine: New Immigrants and the Redefinition of Work. Journal of Economic Issues 37(2); 333-341.

Peck, Jamie, Nik Theodore, and Kevin Ward, ¿Constructing Markets for Temporary Labour: Employment Liberalization and the Internationalization of the staffing Industry,¿ 2005 Global Networks 5 (1) 1-24.

Trebilcock, Ann, ¿Using Development Approaches to Address the Challenge of the Informal economy for Labour Law,¿ in Guy Davidov and Brian Langille, eds, Boundaries and Frontiers of Labour Law (Hart: Portland and Oxford, 2006)63-86.


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