International Journal of Humanities and Social Science Review www.ijhssrnet.com Vol. 2 No. 5; July 2016 3(Druzin 2014). So rather than the economic order being (re)embedded in the social (legal) order, there is a risk that the social-legal order will be embedded in the global commercial order. This growing recognition of the “discrepancy between highly globalized economies and weakly globalized political structures,” (Augenstein 2014) long ago highlighted by Polanyi, has led to increasingly urgent calls for new theoretic and practical work to close that gap.Kate Nash of the University of London and Yale University has edited a volume illustrating the kind of critical imagining that is required.