Guest Speakers

Professor Mark Casson – University of Reading

m-cassonDirector of the Centre of Institutional Performance and Professor of Economics at the University of Reading, and Visiting Research Professor at the University of York. Whose areas of interest are Entrepreneurship, Business Culture, the Economics of Multinational Enterprise, Business History and Transport Studies. For further information follow this link.

Professor John Broome – University of Oxford

John speaking at conference for Wlodek, LundEmeritus White’s Professor of Moral Philosophy and Emeritus Fellow of Corpus Christi College at the University of Oxford. A Visiting Professor of Philosophy at Stanford University and Adjunct Professor of Philosophy at the Australian National University. His research interests are Ethics, Normativity, Rationality and Reasoning and Climate Change. For further information follow this link.

Dr Dominic Roser – University of Oxford

dominic.roserResearch Fellow at the Oxford Martin Programme on Human Rights for Future Generations, and Research Fellow at the Law Faculty. His research focuses on Intergenerational Justice, Global Justice, Risk, Non-Ideal Theory and the relationship between Economics and Ethics. For further information follow this link.

Professor Brad Hooker – University of Reading

BradhookerProfessor of Philosophy and School Director of Postgraduate Research at the University of Reading. His areas of interest are Normative Ethics, Meta-Ethics, Political Philosophy Fairness, Moral Desert, Needs, Personal Good and Philosophy of Law. For further information follow this link.

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