We are pleased to present the list of speakers for the Spring 2015 LAW/PHIL 673A Seminar on Justice and Corporate Social Responsibility. The seminar meets at 330-6pm on Tuesday afternoons in the College of Law Rm 137.
February 10: Speaker: Daniel Markovits (Yale Law School)
“Snowballing Inequality: Meritocracy and the Crisis of Capitalism.”
February 17: Speaker: Samuel Freeman (Philosophy, University of Pennsylvannia)
“Rawls on Distributive Justice and the Difference Principle.”
February 24: Speaker: Richard Markovits (University of Texas at Austin Law School)
“The General Theory of Second Best: Implications for Economic Efficiency Analysis and of the Analysis of Choices Whose Desirability Does not Depend on Economic Efficiency.”
March 10: Speaker: Martijn Cremers (University of Notre Dame Law School)
“Corporate Governance in Light of Catholic Social Teaching.”
March 24: Speaker: Wayne Norman (Philosophy, Duke University)
“Taking the Corporation Seriously: can liberal-egalitarian (e.g. Rawlsian) theories of justice be reconciled with sensible or viable theories of corporate law and corporate governance?”
April 7: Speaker: Waheed Hussain (Philosophy, University of Toronto)
“Embracing the Invisible Hand: Corporations, Codetermination and Freedom.”
Taught by Professors Tom Christiano and Simone Sepe. If you would like to read the paper in advance, please contact Professor Christiano, email@example.com .
For more information on these speaking events, please log in with your UA NetID (philosophy.arizona.edu, bottom left corner) and visit the Philosophy Department Calendar of Events, philosophy.arizona.edu/calendar-node-field-event-date/month/2015-01 .