About Larry D Barnett
Larry D. Barnett received a B.A. summa cum laude from the University of California at Los Angeles; an M.S. from Oregon State University; a Ph.D. from Florida State University; and a J.D. with Honors from the University of Florida. Professor Barnett is admitted to practice in Florida. He joined the faculty of the Delaware Law School in 1978 and was a Fulbright Scholar at the University of Leiden in The Netherlands in 1979-80. Professor Barnett has taught securities law as well as social science and law. In the area of securities law, Professor Barnett taught a course on securities regulation and a course on investment companies. He has written two books on the sociology of law — The Place of Law (2011) and Legal Construct, Social Concept (1993, 2010) — and authored Mutual Funds and Federal Regulation, a casebook for law school courses on the federal Investment Company Act and Investment Advisers Act. In addition, Professor Barnett founded Population Research and Policy Review, a journal in the field of demography that has been published since 1982, and he served as editor-in-chief for its first eleven volumes.
Widener University School of Law
4601 Concord Pike
Wilmington DE 19803-0474 USA
Mutual Funds, Hedge Funds, and the Public-Private Dichotomy in a ...
Centro Interuniversitario per le ricerche sulla Sociologia del Diritto, dell’informazione e delle Istituzioni Giuridiche Working Paper (2008)
Macrosociology considers law to be one of the institutions of society and, hence, a fundamental component of a social system. ...