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The conference is an international platform for stakeholders from the private sector, the public sector, non-profit organisations and academia to come together to reflect, to discuss and to respond to the opportunities and challenges related to promoting ethics, governance and sustainability in African contexts.
Economics as a moral science: Exploring moral components of economic theory and analysis (conference)
This conference has two aims. First, to focus on the implications of this distinctive narrowing in the scope of economic theory to economic methodology. Second, to explore moral components of economic theory and analysis which could be integrated systematically with analytical thought rather than being treated as mere add-ons.
Many questions about the economy are at heart ethical questions: how do we ensure that all individuals benefit from growing prosperity? Do we need to limit what individuals can own or earn? Can we create prosperity for all while respecting the liberty and property rights of individuals? How exactly do we help those in need: by offering cash or making available goods and services in kind? Those are the kinds of questions that three internationally leading ethicists will explore. Doing so, they will show how ethics and the economy relate to each other, and allow for stimulating discussions about some fundamental questions related to making prosperity inclusive.
It is the purpose of this 7th Dialogue on Social Market Economy to identify new solutions for a functioning international economic and political order. Globalization has suffered from a lack of international regulations of the global market processes. But such regulations must maintain political and economic freedoms. This is already in the focus of the German concept of “Social Market Economy” which focuses on freedom within proper rules of the game.
The goal of this conference is to bring together ethicists, economists, political scientists, international relations scholars, policy experts, and business leaders to comprehensively examine not only the political and economic impact of trade but also how trade can be conducted more ethically.
We are planning our THIRD stand-alone PPE Society Meeting for March 28 – March 30, 2019 in New Orleans. With that event in mind we are now doing a CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS. Please submit your proposals by August 15, 2018.
Dublin City University (DCU) is delighted to host the 26th International Vincentian Business Ethics Conference (IVBEC) from October 24th to October 26th, 2019 in Dublin, Ireland. The theme of the conference is Ethics and Capitalism.