Ph.D. 1965 (Sociology), M.A. 1961 (Sociology), University of Chicago.
Areas of Research/Interest
Law and the political economy of globalization; comparative socio-legal change in the U.S. and Europe; transnational strategic networks, organizational learning, and innovative capacity in the global economy.
Wolf Heydebrand, "Experimentality: The Friendly Face of Power? The Interactive New Media as Tools of Discretionary Governance and Risk Management' in: Journal of risk governance and control : financial markets and institutions, 2013, vol.3,no.3, pp. 92-118.
Wolf Heydebrand, "Post-Bureaucratic Organizations", in Sociology of Occupations, an Encyclopedia, vol 2,Sage, 2013.
Wolf Heydebrand, "Profitable Destruction between Experimentality and Governmentality: a Theoretical Perspective", in: Philipp Hessinger and Markus Pohlman, eds. Festschrift for Gert Schmidt, in press
Wolf Heydebrand, Candace McCoy, and Rekha Mirchandani, "The Dilemma of Problem-solving Justice: Coercion vs. Democratic Deliberation", to be submitted to Journal of Law and Society