ASE sessions at the 2016 ASSA meetings "Financialisation, Ethics, and Sustainable Development" - Association for Social Economics
For the ASE sessions at the 2016 ASSA meetings, we welcome proposals for papers on all aspects of social economics, especially those dealing with the nature and consequences of financialisation on our society and the natural environment. Possible topics include but are not limited to: - Financialisation and inequalities: Has financialisation affected the gender, race and occupational stratification of our societies? How do group inequalities and personal and social identities influence sustainable development? - The financialisation of the environment: What is the relation between finance and the depletion of the natural environment? Is that relationship sustainable in the long run? - Lehman Brothers versus Lehman Sisters: What have we learned from the 2007-2008 financial crisis and related Global Crisis? - Financialisation and corporate governance: Has anything changed in the last few decades? Can theories and practices of Corporate Social Responsibility address social, environmental and economic sustainability? - Finance, development and global governance: How has financialisation affected developing countries and the international monetary system? - From financialisation to de-financialisation: Could the financial sector be restructured to enhance social, environmental, and economic development? Would this require a paradigm change in economics and policymaking?
|Event dates:||2016-01-03 – 2016-01-05|
|Deadline Call for Papers:||2015-05-01|
|Organizers:||Association for Social Economics (ASE)|
|Conference venue:||San Francisco, California|
|Classification:||A1 - General Economics|
|Event type:||Konferenzen, Tagungen; Conferences|