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Symposium - The Ethics of Bailouts

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Fall 2012 Symposium:

GISME’s inaugural symposium explored “The Ethics of Bailouts and Government Support of Corporations: Public Benefit or Crony Capitalism?” The symposium was held on November 30th in Georgetown University's McDonough School of Business. The essayists were:

Professor Michael Munger, Political Science, Duke University
Professor David Schmidtz, Philosophy, University of Arizona
Professor Jason Brennan, Business Ethics, Georgetown University
Professor Mike Huemer, Philosophy, University of Colorado, Boulder
Professor Wayne Norman, Philosophy, Duke University
Professor David Ciepley, Political Science, University of Denver
Professor Richard Boyd, Government, Georgetown University
Professor Marc Eisner, Government, Wesleyan University
Professor Marilyn Friedman, Philosophy, Vanderbilt University
Professor Amy Sepinwall, Legal Studies, Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania
Professor Chris Morris, Philosophy, University of Maryland
Professor Ann Cudd, Philosophy, University of Kansas

See the published papers here.

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Friday, November 30, 2012 - 3:00pm
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