The Center for Law and Philosophy is pleased to announce a conference at the University of Arizona on
The Political Philosophy of Corporate Governance
Monday and Tuesday, November 9-10
The participants are:
Thomas Christiano, Philosophy and Law, University of Arizona
David Ciepley, Political Science, University of Denver and Institute for Advanced Studies
Waheed Hussain, Philosophy, University of Toronto
Christopher McMahon, Philosophy, University of California, Santa Barbara
Ugo Pagano, Economics, University of Siena
Simone Sepe, Law and Finance, University of Arizona and Northwestern University
Lynn Stout, Law, Cornell University
The sessions will be in the Presidio Room of the Student Union (1303 E University Boulevard 85719).
First session: Monday
245-3pm Introduction, coffee and cookies
3-4pm Christopher McMahain, "Public Capitalism and Corporate Group Agency"
415-515pm Lynn Stout, "The Corporation and the Question of Time"
530pm – 630pm Waheed Hussain, "Intermediation and Market Governance"
Dinner in Tucson at Wildflower at about 730pm.
Second session: Tuesday
930-1030am Ugo Pagano, "Things, Person and Hybrids"
1045-1145am David Ciepley, "Some Thought On Corporate Responsibility"
12-1pm Tom Christiano and Simone Sepe, "Fairness, Efficiency and Corporate Governance"
Lunch at nearby restaurant
The papers will be available about a week in advance.
The conference is sponsored by the James Rogers College of Law and the Department of Philosophy at the University of Arizona.