The Ethics of Business, Trade & Global Governance: An Online Conference

December 4, 2020

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  • University of Vienna-Department of Finance
  • University of St. Andrews Centre for Responsible Banking & Finance


Saint Anselm College

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Ethics of Business, Trade & Global Governance: Conference Schedule
December 4, 2020
All times EST/All sessions via Zoom

9:00-10:45, Title: International Business & Globalization

“Responsibilities of a Japanese global company: Challenges to Gender Equality,” Hanaka Ariyoshi (University of Kitakyushu, Fukuoka Japan)

“COVID-19, GVCs and the shifting European policy context for strategic industries,” Louise Curran (Toulouse Business School) and Jappe Eckhardt (University of York)

“Globalization as a ‘Soft Factor’ in the Process of Social Erosion,” Aleksandar Novakovic (SMC Business School, Switzerland and Institute for Political Studies—Serbia)

11:00-12:45, Title:  Trade & Global Governance

“Trump, Xi and the Threat to the World Trade Organization,” Kevin Fandl (Temple University)

“Transnational Anti-corruption Deterrence: the Effects of the FCPA on China's State-dominated Sectors,” Jian Xu (Emory University)

“To see and be seen: The political economy of new technologies for monitoring deforestation-linked value chains,” Caleb Gallemore (Lafayette College)

1:30-2:45,  Plenary Address: "Are We Past 'Peak Globalization'?", Douglas A. Irwin, John French Professor in Economics, Dartmouth College

3:00-4:15, Title: Ethical Norms & International Business

“Who is Wronged by Wrongful Exploitation?” Brian Berkey (University of Pennsylvania)

“Towards a Normative Justification of the UN's Guiding Principles for Businesses,” Aatif Abbas (Syracuse University)

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December 3, 2020, 3:00pm EST

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