Seminars / Conferences

Date Presenter Title
Sept 14, 2017 Vince Buccola, Wharton, University of Pennsylvania The Janus Faces of Reorganization Law
Seminar sponsored by the Legal Studies & Business Ethics Department
Sept 21, 2017 Carol Liao, University of British Columbia The Curious Case of Social Enterprise Law
Seminar sponsored by the Legal Studies & Business Ethics Department
Sept 28, 2017 Stephen F. Williams, United States Court of Appeals The Reformer_How One Liberal Fought to Preempt the Russian Revolution
Seminar sponsored by the Legal Studies & Business Ethics Department
Oct 5, 2017 Robert Hughes, Wharton, University of Pennsylvania Paying People to Take Health Risks
Seminar sponsored by the Legal Studies & Business Ethics Department
Oct 12, 2017 Anat Admati, Stanford University Financialization and the Political Economy of Corporations
Seminar sponsored by the Legal Studies & Business Ethics Department
Oct 19, 2017 Brandon Hogan, Howard University “A Hegelian Critique of Richard Rorty’s Contingency, Irony, and Solidarity
Seminar sponsored by the Legal Studies & Business Ethics Department
Oct 26, 2017 Max Bazerman, Harvard Business School “Bounded Ethicality: Improving Ethics from a Behavioral Decision Research Perspective”
Location: F65 Jon M. Huntsman Hall
Seminar sponsored by the Legal Studies & Business Ethics Department
Nov 17-18, 2017 Kevin Werbach, Wharton, University of Pennsylvania After the Digital Tornado: Networks, Algorithms, Humanity
Location:  The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania
Conference sponsored by the Legal Studies & Business Ethics Department
Jan 25, 2018 Robert Ahdieh, Emory Law School The Coordination Economy
Seminar sponsored by the Legal Studies & Business Ethics Department
Jan 26, 2018 Kevin Werbach, Wharton, University of Pennsylvania First Annual Works in Progress Program on Blockchains and the Law
Location:  Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, New York, NY
Conference sponsored by the Cardozo School of Law Blockchain Project. Duke University’s Center on Law and Technology, and the Department of Legal Studies and Business Ethics at the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania
Feb 1, 2018 Daniel J. Singer, University of Pennsylvania Rational Polarization and the Importance of Forgetting
Seminar sponsored by the Legal Studies & Business Ethics Department
Feb 15, 2018 Jessica Flanigan, University of Richmond Immigration and the Informant Principle
Seminar sponsored by the Legal Studies & Business Ethics Department
Feb 22, 2018 Julia Gray, Penn Political Science Patronage Explanations for the Survival of International Organizations
Seminar sponsored by the Legal Studies & Business Ethics Department
Mar 1, 2018 Daniel A. Farber, UC Berkeley Law Murr v. Wisconsin and the Future of Takings Law
Seminar sponsored by the Legal Studies & Business Ethics Department
Mar 29, 2018 Urska Velikonja, Georgetown Law Are the SEC’s Administrative Law Judges Biased? An Empirical Investigation
Seminar sponsored by the Legal Studies & Business Ethics Department
Apr 5, 2018 Ronald J. Gilson, Columbia Law School How Investors Can (and Can’t) Create Social Value
Seminar sponsored by the Legal Studies & Business Ethics Department
Apr 12, 2018 Mark J. Roe, Harvard Law School Stock-Market Short-Termism: Looking for the Economy-Wide Impact
Seminar sponsored by the Legal Studies & Business Ethics Department
Apr 26, 2018 Scott J. Shapiro, Yale Law School Seminar sponsored by the Legal Studies & Business Ethics Department
May 3, 2018 Kendy M. Hess, College of the Holy Cross Who’s Responsible? (It’s Complicated.”) Assigning Blame in the Wake of the Financial Crisis
Seminar sponsored by the Legal Studies & Business Ethics Department

To RSVP to an event, please contact Tamara English at englisht@wharton.upenn.edu. In this email, please include the title of the event that you will be attending, your name and affiliation.

*All seminars held at noon in 641 Jon M. Huntsman Hall unless otherwise noted