What is the relationship between markets and morality? This seminar gives students the opportunity to discuss some of the most pressing topical issues concerning the morality of markets. Delve into these ideas during the day, then explore your thoughts while connecting with peers and professors at evening socials. Registration is free and all meals are included. 

Questions? Please contact James Taylor.

Support for this program was made possible through a grant from the Charles Koch Foundation

Sponsored by:

Institute for Humane Studies 


 

Agenda

Friday, October 5 - Education 101
4:00 pm
Registration
5:00 pm
Introduction
5:30 pm
The Immorality of Coercion
Antony Davies
6:45 pm
Dinner
The 1855 Room
8:00 pm
Build a Better Mousetrap? Better Lawyer Up!
Clark Neily
9:15 pm
Reception
TBA
Saturday, October 6th - Education 101
10:30 am
Breakfast
Education 101 Vestibule
11:00 am
Free College! Good Idea or Not?
Kurt Rotthoff
12:15 pm
Lunch
Education Building
1:30 pm
Is There A Right To Own A Gun
Clark Neily
2:45 pm
Break
The 1855 Room
3:00 pm
The Morality of Cooperation
Anthony Davies
4:15 pm
Break
4:30 pm
The Roots of the Financial Crisis
Kurt Rotthoff
5:45 pm
Dinner
The 1855 Room
7:15 pm
Bill Gates or Bill Clinton—Who Really Serves Our Interests?
James Stacey Taylor
8:30 pm
Closing Remarks
8:45 pm
Reception
TBA