On 11 April 2017 the symposium ‘From Ratrace to Relationships; Markets in Service of People‘ took place. Johan Graafland, professor of Economics and Business Ethics at Tilburg University, gave a short talk on corporate social responsibility, titled Market Incentives, Intrinsic Motivations and CSR: Crowding in or Crowding out?
Just the sheets
The sheets separately (followed by the YouTube video):
About the symposium
The symposium was the opening event of the interdisciplinary research project ‘What Good Markets are Good for; Towards a Moral Justification of Free Markets.’ The project, which runs from 2017 until 2019, is a collaboration of four Dutch universities. The project team consists of people from various disciplines, most prominently economics, philosophy and theology.
Other talks given at the symposium were in Dutch. The full list of talks can be found on the Moral Markets YouTube channel.