Italy - Milan, 30/11/2009

EconomEtica organizes the 4th National Conference: Second Colloquium

“Teaching ethics in an age of crisis”

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November 30, 2009,  9.00
Università degli Studi di Milano Bicocca
Sala del Consiglio Edificio U7 - Quarto Piano
via Bicocca degli Arcimboldi, 8
Milan

The objective of this Second Colloquium is to discuss whether or not there actually exists ethical responsibility in economic professions in the face of the crisis and what would be the role of teaching ethics of economics and business in the economic and management professions.

The first session will pose the question of whether there is responsibility in the profession of economists, through the ways they develop and apply their own theories and competences and in the lacking prevention of the global economic-financial crisis. And therefore, whether or not there exists ethical responsibility and a research program of economists to reorient themselves in the future.

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The second session will examine the international and Italian experience of inserting economics and business ethics in the formational of economists and managers. The session will pose the question as to why it was not possible (and how may it be possible in the future) to favor the emergence of organizations and responsible behaviors, and to avoid repeating the greedy, imprudent and unconscious conduct of individuals and organizations.

The final round table will include professors and training experts who will reflect on the necessity and practical model of including ethics of economics and business within university curriculum and management formation.

Speakers in Session I: The economist’s profession responsibility in the face of the global economic crisis
Keynote speaker
: Alan Kirman (GREQAM, Université d’Aix-Marseille lll);
Discussants: Massimo Egidi (LUISS University),Roberto Tamborini (University of Trento),Alessandro Vercelli (University of Siena), Angelo Baglioni (Cattolica University)

Speakers in Session II, Part 1: Teaching Ethics for better economic institutions and managerial behaviour
Keynote speaker: Robert Phillips (University of Richmond)
Discussants: Maurizio Zollo (Bocconi University); Lorenzo Sacconi (EconomEtica and University of Trento)

Speakers in Session II, Part 2: Teaching Ethics for better economic institutions and managerial behaviour
Keynote speaker: John Boatright (Loyola University of Chicago)
Discussants: Stefano Zamagni (University of Bologna);Elena Granaglia (Roma Tre University);Luigino Bruni (EconomEtica and University of Milano Bicocca);Sebastiano Maffettone (LUISS University); Pippo Ranci Ortigosa (Cattolica University);

Round Table: The ethical question arising from economist and management professions and answers from universities
Chairperson
: Francesco Silva (EconomEtica e Università di Milano Bicocca)
Participants: Mario D’Ambrosio (Past President Associazione Italiana per la Direzione del Personale); Gustavo Bracco (Scuola di Alta Formazione al Management); Claudio Dozio (Direttore Risorse Umane Invatec Spa); Massimo Saita (Università di Milano Bicocca); Lorenzo Caselli (Università di Genova); Angelo Riccaboni (Università di Siena); Gianfranco Rusconi (Università di Bergamo);  Marco Frey (Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna di Pisa); Michele Bagella (Università di Roma “Tor Vergata”)

Organizer
: Paola Schejola e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Registration Form on the web-site: www.econometica.it

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