The article focuses on the new economic sociology (NES) and how critical legal scholars care should respond to it. The introducion of NES comes at the same time the Critical Race Theory (CRT) was emerging and like CRT, NES was questioning basic disciplinary principles and assumptions. NES is considered new to the extent as its practitioners do not hesitate to adopt a critical stance with respect to microeconomics.
Sumi Cho, Embedded Whiteness: Theorizing Exclusion in Public Contracting, 19 Berkeley La Raza L.J. 5 (2008)