The Institute For New Economic Thinking has a series called The Laws Of Capitalism.
In this series, Katharina Pistor breaks down the history, process, institutions, and participants involved in the legal coding of capital. She shows us how private actors have harnessed social resources to accumulate wealth, generating not only economic inequality, but inequality in law. Enabling them to opt out of jurisdictions, restrict governmental policy, and erode democracy.
Episode 1 is Coding Land & Ideas.