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17:30 - 19:00 21 May 2014
Responsible conduct in the Global Economy: what is it and how do we get there?
Lecture Theatre G6 |
UCL Institute of Archaeology
31–34 Gordon Square | London | WC1 | United Kingdom
Ticketing: Pre-booking essential
Philip Booth, Editorial and Programme Director, Institute of Economic Affairs
Peter Frankental, Economic Relations Programme Director, Amnesty International UK
Michael Solomon, Founder and Director, Profit Through Ethics
Ashok Kumar, Intl. Union League for Brand Responsibility
What is responsible conduct in the global economy? Is it possible for corporations, consumers and governments to behave responsibly within global capitalism?
Join us for a panel discussion exploring the ethical demands of international economic relationships. Hosted by UCL’s School of Public Policy and UCL’s Institute of Global Governance, the panel will include a mixture of academic political theorists, policy advocates and practitioners, with Dr Elizabeth Ashford (University of St Andrews) chairing.
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