Seminars / Conferences

2020-2021

 

Date Presenter Title
Sept 3, 2020 Ganesh Sitaraman
Vanderbilt Law School
The Political Economy of the Removal Power
Legal Studies & Business Ethics Seminar Series
Sept 10, 2020 Shelley Welton
University of South Carolina
Rethinking Grid Governance for the Climate Change Era
Legal Studies & Business Ethics Seminar Series
Sept 17, 2020 Abby Wood
University of Southern California
Campaign Finance Transparency Affects Legislators’ Election Outcomes and Behaviors
Legal Studies & Business Ethics Seminar Series
Sept 24, 2020 Charlotte Alexander
Georgia State University
Sorry (Not Sorry): Decoding #MeToo Defenses
Legal Studies & Business Ethics Seminar Series
Oct 1, 2020 Avia Pasternak
University College London
‘It’s good to do something with your rage’: Violent Protests and Epistemic Injustice
Legal Studies & Business Ethics Seminar Series
Oct 8, 2020 Nicholas Epley
University of Chicago
Undersociality
Legal Studies & Business Ethics Seminar Series
Oct 15, 2020
11:30 start!!
Mathias Risse
Harvard Kennedy School
The Fourth Generation of Human Rights: Epistemic Rights in Digital Lifeworlds
Legal Studies & Business Ethics Seminar Series
Oct 22, 2020 David Schleicher
Yale Law School
Hands On! The Trilemma Facing the Federal Government During State and Local Budget Crises
Legal Studies & Business Ethics Seminar Series
Oct 29, 2020 Vanessa Wills
George Washington University
What could it mean to say, “Capitalism causes sexism and racism”?
Legal Studies & Business Ethics Seminar Serie
Nov 5, 2020 Eleanor Brown
Penn State Law
The Blacks who ‘Got’ Their Forty Acres:  A Theory of Black Caribbean Migrant Asset Acquisition
Legal Studies & Business Ethics Seminar Series
Nov 19, 2020 Santiago Mejia
Fordham University
On the Promise and Limits of Pro-Social Neoclassical Economic Approaches to Shareholder Primacy
Legal Studies & Business Ethics Seminar Series
Dec 3, 2020 Matthew Caulfield
Wharton, University of Pennsylvania
Escaping Corporate Social Responsibility’s Vicious Circles: Toward a Normative, Anti-Expansionist Theory
Legal Studies & Business Ethics Seminar Series
Jan 21, 2021 Kimberly Krawiec
Duke University
Organ Entrepreneurs
Legal Studies & Business Ethics Seminar Series
Jan 28, 2021 David Grewal
University of California, Berkeley
The Impossible Globalization: International Trade Law and the Limits to Laissez-Faire
Legal Studies & Business Ethics Seminar Series
Feb 4, 2021 C. Thi Nguyen
University of Utah
Transparency is Surveillance
Legal Studies & Business Ethics Seminar Series
Feb 11, 2021 Dorothy Lund
University of Southern California
Elizabeth Pollman
Carey Law, University of Pennsylvania
The Corporate Governance Machine
Legal Studies & Business Ethics Seminar Series
Feb 18, 2021 Christina Skinner
Wharton, University of Pennsylvania
Central Banks and Climate Change
Legal Studies & Business Ethics Seminar Series
Mar 4, 2021 Saule Omarova
Cornell University
The People’s Ledger: How to Democratize Money and Finance the Economy
Legal Studies & Business Ethics Seminar Series
Mar 18, 2021 Jennifer Morton
University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill
Resisting Pessimism Traps: The Limits of Epistemic Resilience
Legal Studies & Business Ethics Seminar Series
Mar 25, 2021 Cheryl Harris
UCLA
The Racial Alchemy of Debt: Dispossession and Accumulation in Afterlives of Slavery
Legal Studies & Business Ethics Seminar Series
Mar 30, 2021 Mary-Hunter McDonnell
Wharton, University of Pennsylvania
Profiting from Protest: A Contingency Model of the Disruptive Capacity
of Anti-Corporate Activism

Legal Studies & Business Ethics Seminar Series
Apr 1, 2021 Lina Khan – Cancelled
Columbia University
Legal Studies & Business Ethics Seminar Series
Apr 8, 2021 Nathaniel Persily
Stanford University
The Internet’s Challenge to Democracy
Legal Studies & Business Ethics Seminar Series
Apr 15, 2021 LaToya Baldwin Clark
University California, Los Angeles
Stealing Education
Legal Studies & Business Ethics Seminar Series
Apr 16, 2021 Wharton Conference on Financial Regulation
Agenda
Papers
Virtual conference held via Zoom
9:45 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Zoom link
Apr 29, 2021 Marc Flandreau
History, University of Pennsylvania
Countries are Companies: The Law of the London Stock Exchange and the
Rise of Foreign Debt Vultures in the Early Victorian Era
Legal Studies & Business Ethics Seminar Series
May 6, 2021 Daniel J. Singer
Philosophy, University of Pennsylvania
Legal Studies & Business Ethics Seminar Series

 

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 via Zoom unless otherwise noted.