Friday, November 12 / 10:00 AM - 11:45 AM

Session 100
Innovation, Law, and Value in Global Capitalism

1. “Peripheral Proletarianization and the Geopolitics of Upgrading: Situating Value Chains in World Historical Perspective”Philip Hough, Florida Atlantic University; Jennifer Bair, University of Virginia.

2. Custom and Innovation in Postwar American Banking: How Credit Cards, Certificates of Deposit, and Eurodollars Transformed FinanceConrad Jacober, Johns Hopkins University.

3. Ruling Chips: Power and U.S. Dominance in High-TechYan Xu, University of Chicago.

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