Plundered Province: Steamboat Commerce and Vanishing Property within the Inland River West, 1835 - 1858
Matthew A. Axtell (Princeton University)

Mr. Bagla's Baggage: Commodity Controls, Vernacular Capitalists And The Making Of Administrative Law
Rohit De (Cambridge University)

Some are More Liable than Others: Determining Responsibility in Chartered Companies in the Early Modern French Atlantic
Helen Dewar (McGill University)

"This Stone Which I Erect Shall Be a House of God": Disestablishment and Religious Corporations in New York, 1784-1854
Kellen Funk (Princeton University – Yale Law School)

The Backward Poland at the Turn of 18th and 19th Centuries in Clash with the West-European Economic Thought
Michał Gałędek and Anna Klimaszewska (University of Gdansk)

The U.S. Green Card Lottery: A Boon to Ghana's Entrepreneurs in the 1990s and 2000s
Carly Goodman (Temple University)

The King Who Could Not Die
Diana Kim (University of Chicago - Harvard University)

"The Storehouse of the Industry of the Nation": The Great New York Fire of 1835 and the Politics of Disaster Relief
Jane Manners (Princeton University)

Captive Markets: Intra-European Trade on the African Coast
Anne Ruderman (Yale University)

The Role of Sociétés Anonymes in Trade Between Early Modern France and the Ottoman Empire
Victor Simon (Université Panthéon-Assas Paris II)

From Commercial Custom to International Law: The Shrinking Business of Ottoman Captivity, 1730s-1870s
Will Smiley (Yale Law School)

Incorporating the Public Interest: Economic Thought and the Common Law, 1590-1630
David Chan Smith (Wilfred Laurier University)

Law, race, and development in the writings of Oliveira Vianna: Recovering the Global Arguments That Shaped Brazil's Corporatist Experiment in the 1930s
Melissa Teixeira (Princeton University)

"What the Fuck are We Collectors for American Express:" Credit Cards, Crime, and the Financial-Regulatory State
Sean Vanatta (Princeton University)

My Partner, the Pirate: An American Publisher, its Chinese Counterpart, and Their Copyright War
Fei-Hsien Wang (University of Cambridge)