The Financial Ethics Research Group (University of Gothenburg, Sweden) is organizing its first “Financial Ethics Workshop” on September 16-17. See the detailed schedule below.
The workshop will be held on zoom. Registration is free but mandatory. Please send an email to <firstname.lastname@example.org> no later than September 14.
Following the workshop, a planned book on the philosophy of money and finance, edited by Joakim Sandberg and Lisa Warenski, is due to be published by Oxford University Press.
Note: Time indicated below is UCT+2 (Central European Summer Time)
|Thursday 16 September||Title|
|10h30 – Joakim Sandberg (University of Gothenburg )||Welcome address.|
|11h Adrian Walsh (University of New England, Australia)||Financial Ethics and the Moral Status of the Profit Motive|
|13h Boudewijn de Bruin (University of Groningen)||Reflexive Law and Epistemic Virtues: The EU Sustainable Finance Action Plan|
|14h Richard Endörfer (University of Gothenburg)||What precisely is Wrong with Banks Contributing to Financial Crises?|
|15h30 Lisa Warenski (CUNY)||Epistemic Dimensions of Culture and Conduct|
|16h30 Aaron James (University of California, Irvine)||Rawls, Lerner, and the Tax-and-Spend Booby Trap|
|Friday 17 September|
|9h30 – Welcome|
|10h Marco Meyer (University of Hamburg)||Credit and Distributive Justice|
|11h Christopher J. Cowton (Huddersfield Business School)||Truth in financial accounting|
|13h Clément Fontan (UCLouvain)||Beating around the (green) bush: central banks in face of the environmental meltdown.|
|14h Joshua Preiss (Minnesota State University)||Freedom and the Ends of Financial Market Reform|