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As the term “neoliberal” and “neoliberalism” become increasingly common in mainstream journalism, op-eds, and think pieces, major voices on both the left and right continue to question whether there is, or ever was, such a thing. Who’s afraid of neoliberalism? What is at stake in the denial or the affirmation that there really is or was such a thing?
ICSR is a series of academic conferences that creates networking opportunities for both researchers and practitioners to discuss recent insights on corporate responsible practices in the non-for-profit and for-profit sectors.
Conscious Capitalism’s CEO Summit is the must-attend event for executives who believe humanity can be elevated through business.
The Free Market Forum seeks to encourage the study of free enterprise by bringing scholars together for dynamic exchanges of ideas on topics related to free market economics.
As a counterpoint to the retreat of the concept of communism from history to 'idea', this conference will mark the 150th anniversary of the first volume of Karl Marx's Capital: A Critique of Political Economy by asking the question of the meanings of 'capital' and 'capitalism' today as at once (explanatory structural-historical) concepts and (political) ideas.
The purpose of this conference is to provide an introduction to and exploration of the related subjects of free trade and globalization, with particular emphasis on the interrelated institutions of capitalism and morality
The Global Dialogue will seek leadership judgments on the proposed design of an ethical compass to be used by companies and individuals in seeking how best to achieve sustainable development. A framework for such an ethical compass will be presented at the event for participants to consider and endorse.
The workshop will reflect on the epistemic challenges met by attempts of employing economics in the study law as well as invoking law in the study of the economy within various approaches of Law and Economics. The workshop invites contributions from various disciplines, including law, economics, philosophy, psychology, and behavioural sciences.
The 4th Workshop on Business Ethics brings together scholars and practitioners to discuss and develop ideas and research in the field of business ethics and corporate responsibility.
An academic workshop on Martin Luther’s heritage in the formation of the economic theory and, in general, of the modern social sciences.
Event preceding the conference 'Reconnecting Finance with Society.' Seminar for students from different (Dutch) universities, in Economics, Finance, Philosophy, Governance etc. Goal: engaging the policymakers of tomorrow.
Reconnecting Finance with Society; the (Fin)technological, Relational and Cultural Paths Ahead (Conference)
The goal is to reflect with professionals in the financial sector on developments in the recent past, but especially to arrive at a vision on how to shape a morally responsible financial sector in the future.
Theme: NORMS AND NORMATIVITY. Collective life is structured by norms. They constitute one of the first objects of study for both economics and philosophy, and more broadly for the social sciences.