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Lecture Series

Lecture Series

2013-2014 CSES Lecture Series:

Finance, Corporations and the End of Neo-Liberalism

Please join us for the 2013-2014 CSES Lecture Series entitled: “Finance, Corporations and the End of Neo-Liberalism.” Our Lecture Series brings to Cornell University campus leading scholars in the social sciences. This CSES Lecture Series is co-sponsored by the Society for the Humanities, Program on Ethics and Public Life, and Department of Sociology.

February 6th, 2014, 4:30pm

A.D. White House–Guerlac Room
Jerry Davis, University of Michigan
The Coming Collapse of the American Corporation (and What Comes Next)?

March 27th, 2014, 4:30pm

A.D. White House–Guerlac Room
Marion Fourcade, Berkeley
Classification Situations: The Productive Effects of Financial Classifications

April 17th, 2014, 4:30pm

A.D. White House–Guerlac Room
Monica Prasad, Northwestern
Is Neo-Liberalism Over?

“A hardhitting economic sociology would attempt to draw on the best of sociology and economics, and to unite interests and social relations in one and the same analysis.”— Richard Swedberg