Mariana Mazzucato, Mission Economy: A Moonshot Guide to Changing Capitalism Allen Lane, 2021
Koen Bytterbier, How economics became the problem. An urgent call to legal action. 2021 ⟶
In How economics became the problem: An urgent call to legal action expert in economic and financial law Koen Byttebier provides a critical analysis of capitalist society and gives insights in how to deploy legal tools differently, to the benefit of our societies and communities.
Katharina Pistor, The Code of Capital : How the law creates wealth and inequality, Princeton University Press, 2019
A compelling explanation of how the law shapes the distribution of wealth
Ugo Mattei and Alessandra Quarta, The Turning Point in Private Law Ecology, Technology and the Commons, Edward Elgar Publications, 2019
Ludo Cornelis, Openbare Orde, Antwerpen, Intersentia, 2019
Mariana Mazuccato, The Entrepreneurial State: Mariana Mazzucato, London, Penguin Books, 2018
Ludo Cornelis, Samenlevingsgericht (aansprakelijkheid)recht - Grondwettelijke zuurstof voor het op adem trappende aansprakelijkheidsrecht, Antwerpen, Intersentia, 2017
Koen Byttebier, De onvrije markt, Garant, 2015
X, FINANCE AND LAW: TWINS IN TROUBLE, L. Cornelis eds., Antwerp, Intersentia, 2014 ⟶
From the start of the financial crisis in 2007, which turned into an economic crisis soon afterwards, it was obvious that public law could not prevent the genesis of this crisis. But is there also a connection between private law and the outbreak of the financial and economic crisis? This thought-provoking book shows that private law provides as many useful institutions, mechanisms and instruments against the emergence of such a crisis as public law does. It makes clear that private law and the possibility of a financial and economic crisis are strongly intertwined. Few other books bring together so many leading legal scholars on private law and its effects and implications.