Within the European Master in Law & Economics – EMLE
Friday, May 19, 2023
3:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
LUMSA University - Aula 4
Via Pompeo Magno 28 - Rome
The LUMSA University, as part of the European Master in Law & Economics (EMLE) program and with the aim of fostering continuous interdisciplinary dialogue on topics that have a significant impact on citizens' lives, is organizing a workshop titled "Regulating the Moral Limits of Markets".
The workshop will focus on the intersection between economics and ethics and how we can regulate economic activity to ensure it operates within ethical boundaries. While markets can be powerful tools for allocating resources and promoting innovation, they can also be the source of inequality, exploitation, and subsequent moral problems. The aim of this initiative is to explore different ethical frameworks for economic activity and to discuss how regulation can promote ethical behavior in markets.
The discussion will be led by experts in law and economics and legal philosophers, with an initial part dedicated to speeches followed by planned interventions from discussants and a debate with students and the interested public. The event will take place in Rome at the LUMSA University campus of Rome, located in via Pompeo Magno n. 28, Room 4 (aka Aula 4), 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm.
The speeches will be delivered by Peter Cserne from the University of Aberdeen, Paolo Silvestri from the University of Catania, and Loredana Persampieri from LUMSA University. The discussants will include Margherita Daverio, Fabio Macioce and Giovanni Ferri, all from LUMSA University. The event will be introduced and concluded by Matteo Rizzolli, also from LUMSA University and Local Coordinator for the EMLE Master.
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