Charles Sabel

Maurice T. Moore Professor of Law

Charles Sabel

Charles
Sabel
Maurice T. Moore Professor of Law

Charles Sabel is the Maurice T. Moore Professor of Law at Columbia Law School.

Before joining the Law School faculty, Sabel was a professor in several capacities at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. This included serving as the Ford International Professor of Social Science in the Department of Political Science from 1990 to 1995; a professor of social and political science from 1987 to 1990; an associate professor of social and political science in the Program in Science, Technology, and Society from 1984 to 1987, and the Ford International Assistant Professor of Social Science in the Program in Science, Technology, and Society from 1977 to 1984.

Sabel was also a MacArthur Prize Fellow from 1982 to 1987.

Education

Ph.D., Harvard University, 1978
A.B., Harvard University, 1969

Areas of Expertise

Economics
Social organization

Publications

Recent Papers, 2018:
— Hoekman, Bernard and Charles F. Sabel. "In a World of Value Chains: What Space for Regulatory Coherence and Cooperation in Trade Agreements?" Megaregulation Contested: Global Economic Ordering After TPP, edited by Benedict Kingsbury, et al., Oxford University Press, forthcoming 2018.
— Sabel, Charles F. "Sovereignty and Complex Interdependence: Some Surprising Indications of Their Compatibility." Ideas that Matter: Democracy, Justice, Rights, edited by Annabelle Lever and Debra Satz, Oxford University Press, forthcoming 2018.
— Sabel, Charles F. and Gary Herrigel. "Collaborative Innovation in the Norwegian Oil and Gas Industry: Surprise or Sign of a New Economy-wide Paradigm?" Transformations in the Petroleum Innovation System: Lessons from Norway and Beyond, edited by Taran Thune, et al., Routledge, forthcoming 2018. For the entire volume, see: Petroleum Industry Transformations: Lessons from Norway and Beyond

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Courses
Rebuilding Government
S. Catastrophe-Avoiding Regulation
S. Contract Theory and Transactional Practice
S. Contracts, Collaboration and Interpretation
S. The Future of Administrative Law: Regulatory Innovation and Judicial Review