Terence C Halliday
Terence C Halliday
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Beyond monopoly: Lawyers, state crises, and professional empowerment
TC Halliday
University of Chicago Press, 1987
4141987
The recursivity of law: Global norm making and national lawmaking in the globalization of corporate insolvency regimes
TC Halliday, BG Carruthers
American Journal of Sociology 112 (4), 1135-1202, 2007
3122007
Bankrupt: global lawmaking and systemic financial crisis
T Halliday, B Carruthers
Stanford University Press, 2009
2982009
The Automobile industry and its workers: Between Fordism and Flexibility
S Tolliday, J Zeitlin
Polity Press, 1986
263*1986
Transnational legal orders
TC Halliday, G Shaffer
Cambridge University Press, 2015
1982015
Lawyers and the rise of western political liberalism: Europe and North America from the eighteenth to twentieth centuries
TC Halliday, L Karpik
Oxford University Press on Demand, 1997
1931997
Rescuing business: The making of corporate bankruptcy law in England and the United States
BG Carruthers, TC Halliday
Clarendon Press, 1998
1811998
Globalization of law
TC Halliday, P Osinsky
Annu. Rev. Sociol. 32, 447-470, 2006
1782006
Minimalist organizations: Vital events in state bar associations, 1870-1930
TC Halliday, MJ Powell, MW Granfors
American Sociological Review, 456-471, 1987
1561987
Fighting for political freedom: comparative studies of the legal complex and political liberalism
TC Halliday, L Karpik, M Feeley
Bloomsbury Publishing, 2007
1512007
Knowledge mandates: collective influence by scientific, normative and syncretic professions
TC Halliday
British Journal of Sociology, 421-447, 1985
1261985
Negotiating globalization: Global scripts and intermediation in the construction of Asian insolvency regimes
BG Carruthers, TC Halliday
Law & Social Inquiry 31 (3), 521-584, 2006
1182006
Recursivity of global normmaking: a sociolegal agenda
TC Halliday
Annual Review of Law and Social Science 5, 263-289, 2009
1072009
Political Liberalism and Political Embeddedness: Understanding Politics in the Work of C hinese Criminal Defense Lawyers
S Liu, TC Halliday
Law & Society Review 45 (4), 831-866, 2011
962011
Recursivity in legal change: Lawyers and reforms of China's criminal procedure law
S Liu, TC Halliday
Law & Social Inquiry 34 (4), 911-950, 2009
952009
After minimalism: Transformations of state bar associations from market dependence to state reliance, 1918 to 1950
TC Halliday, MJ Powell, MW Granfors
American Sociological Review, 515-535, 1993
901993
Harmonization and modernization in UNCITRAL's legislative guide on insolvency law
S Block-Lieb, T Halliday
Tex. Int'l LJ 42, 475, 2006
812006
Sociology and its publics: The forms and fates of disciplinary organization
TC Halliday, M Janowitz
University of Chicago Press, 1992
811992
Rhetorical legitimation: global scripts as strategic devices of international organizations
TC Halliday, S Block-Lieb, BG Carruthers
Socio-Economic Review 8 (1), 77-112, 2010
762010
5. Institutionalizing Markets, or the Market for Institutions? Central Banks, Bankruptcy Law, and the Globalization of Financial Markets
BG Carruthers, SL Bahby, TC Halliday
The rise of neoliberalism and institutional analysis, 94-126, 2018
722018
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