My research focuses on the impact of law on economic and social life and the production of legal norms and institutions by state and non-state actors. My work draws on multidisciplinary, socio-legal perspectives from the fields of sociology, anthropology, economics, history and management sciences, and resorts to various qualitative and quantitative research methods.
My current research falls into 3 main research streams:
In addition to my research collaborations with other professors, I regularly work with research assistants. My assistants are generally, but not exclusively, undergraduate or graduate students from University of Ottawa's Faculty of Law. Any interested person is invited to contact me for information on potential upcoming positions.